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Doors for Masonry Fireplaces

Savannah Custom Masonry Fireplace DoorOur large selection of masonry fireplace glass doors will be a wonderful addition to your fireplace as well as a great way to keep it safer and more efficient throughout the year. We have separated our doors into easy to navigate categories to make the buying process easier. We know that it can be a daunting task picking out and measuring for a new masonry fireplace door. We have a very unique selection of custom glass fireplace doors that come in all shapes and sizes. Some of these doors are available with premium or plated finishes and options for glass tints and handle design. 

Are you concerned about the budget? Or maybe having second thoughts in terms of installing masonry doors for your fireplace? Worry not because we offer masonry fireplace doors for any budget and any skill level of DIYers! It is so rewarding to do your home improvements. Wouldn’t you agree? And with these affordable fireplace doors and our helpful staff, you can take on that weekend project with a smile and be proud of the work you do. Adding masonry fireplace glass doors is an easy way to transform your fireplace into a much cozier, warmer corner in your house!

Ditch the idea of having a mundane, plain-looking, boring fireplace! If you want an iron fireplace door and handle to add to your rustic style home, that is exactly what you will get! Whether yours is an indoor or outdoor masonry fireplace, there is a fireplace glass door that’s compatible with it.

There are many types of masonry glass doors to choose from for your fireplace like modern fireplace glass doors or even vintage looking fireplace doors, and yes it can sometimes be a little overwhelming to choose which one you want when there are so many amazing fireplace doors to choose from. While it’s nice to go for the looks and design, there are also several different factors you need to consider when choosing the right masonry doors for your fireplace.

What You Need to Know When Choosing Masonry Fireplace Doors

Before ordering your masonry doors, it is important that you think of its compatibility with your masonry fireplace. There are many different styles of masonry fireplaces, each of which features different designs and purposes.

To help you with that, read through our list below to make sure you have covered all of the bases:

  • The first step is always determining what type of fireplace you actually have, which will tell you whether you need a prefabricated fireplace door or masonry fireplace door.
  • Know how to measure your masonry fireplace. This is important in order to get an accurate price and to be able to find a door that can accommodate your size range.
  • Have a general idea of the type of fitment you are looking for, overlap fit - inside fit - etc, which is explained in the bullet point link above.
  • Decide on a budget and select doors that match the fitment you want and your preferences.
  • If you would like some assistance finding a fireplace glass door replacement that is compatible with your fireplace, simply fill out our Snapshot Quote and we will get back to you within 1 business day!


Snapshot Quote for Fireplace Doors

Masonry Fireplace Doors by Category

There are many different kinds of fireplace doors, in an effort to make shopping for these fireplace doors easier we have organized them by category. The list below will outline our most popular masonry door categories and briefly explain the fireplace doors you will find in each. If you are like most people then you probably have a lot of questions about fireplace doors in general, and might be unsure of what fireplace door will work best for your fireplace. If you need help figuring out what type of fireplace you have, check out this guide. Once you know that you will need a masonry fireplace door you can begin shopping. Believe it or not, fireplace doors can get rather expensive, especially after the rise in material costs caused by Covid-19, but we have you covered with the biggest selection of budget-friendly fireplace doors on the internet. If cost is not an issue we also have the largest selection of premium and specialty fireplace doors!

Fast Ship Masonry Doors

Ardmore Masonry Fireplace Door - Quick ShipSometimes you need something right now! While we can’t have one to you tomorrow morning with Alexa’s weather update, our selection of stock and clearance masonry fireplace doors can be at your front door in less than two weeks! These doors are compatible with a variety of masonry fireboxes so the chances are good that one of our discounted fireplace doors will be a great fit for your fireplace.

Fast ship doors are an affordable alternative for you. The fast ship doors will fit most masonry fireplaces. You will need to measure your fireplace to ensure you get the correct fit. There are also some customizable options available to you. You can also always reach out to our customer service representatives for assistance on what will work best for you! You have options of classic to modern fireplace glass doors at the right price!

If you have a regular or common fireplace opening there is a very high likelihood that a fast ship fireplace door will be compatible with your fireplace. As we mentioned above, fast ship fireplace doors are made to fit certain size ranges which is what allows them to be pre-made and stocked for quick shipment. As long as you fall within one of the size ranges listed on the product page you will be good to go. Fast ship fireplace doors also usually include mesh, tinted glass, and hidden dampers. You can read the product description to see exactly what the fireplace door comes with. This makes the ordering process easier overall as you don't have to worry about selecting the correct options or forgetting a critical detail.


Standard Fireplace Doors

Standard Fremont Masonry Door Standard fireplace doors are also known as fixed size masonry fireplace doors. They are a good alternative to custom size fireplace doors if your opening is in a compatible size range. In terms of cost, standard size fireplace doors are usually the most budget friendly. They won't have as many options when it comes to finish or fitment, and some come in specific colors. All standard doors are considered overlap fit, meaning they sit on the hearth or floor and overlap the fireplace opening on the sides and top. Only custom sized fireplace doors can be made as inside fit. We also have the largest selection of standard fireplace glass doors for sale.

Do you need a masonry fireplace door sooner than 4-6 weeks? That's where standard-sized masonry fireplace doors come in! These standard fireplace doors come in a variety of sizes, but they are pre-made and almost ready to go the moment you order them! Typically standard doors ship within 2-3 weeks whereas some custom doors can take 4-6 weeks or longer depending on the complexity and manufacturer. We have many customers that gravitate towards standard fireplace doors to finish off a remodeling project, before they sell their house or another property, or to quickly refresh their fireplace.

You may be wondering "how do I know if my fireplace opening is compatible with a standard fireplace door", we can break it down. You will see size ranges listed on the product page for standard size doors and your fireplace opening will need to fall within both the width and height ranges. For example a large size standard fireplace door may be able to accommodate an opening that is between 36" to 43" W x 25 1/2" to 32 1/2" H. As long as your opening falls within these acceptable dimensions then that size will work for you. If you are outside of the listed size ranges, even by a little bit, we would recommend that you give us a call before making your purchase just to be safe.

Custom Fireplace Doors

Custom Foundation Masonry Fireplace Door

Our custom masonry fireplace doors category features overlap fit and inside fit doors. Some fireplace doors can be made in either fitment, while others are exclusively available in inside fit or overlap fit. In general we recommend, and people tend to lean towards, overlap fit doors because they are easier to install for everyday homeowners. You might not always have the option to pick which fitment you want because ultimately the construction of the fireplace determines what will work and what will not.

The custom category above includes over 120 masonry fireplace doors that can be ordered to fit any size opening. It is our most common category and is a great place to start if you aren't sure what you are looking for. You will find a wide range of different frame styles and profiles, and don't forget you can filter this category by using our refined search feature. For example if you are looking for a fireplace door in a particular finish or material, you can search by that. If you only want it to display doors that can fit a certain size fireplace, you can search by that too.

You can find our most budget friendly custom fireplace doors in this category and our most premium ones. One thing that is important to mention is that custom glass fireplace doors scale in price based on the opening dimensions you enter on the product page. There is a price calculator on every product page that will provide you with an accurate updated price after you enter your opening sizes. Additional options such as premium finishes, door designs, mesh, and draft assemblies have flat upcharges. Custom fireplace doors can have a wide scaling price range depending on these sizes so it is important you factor that into your options.

Suspended Opening / 4-Sided Overlap Fireplace Doors

Medio 4-sided Overlap Masonry Fireplace DoorSuspended masonry fireplace openings are rather common and we offer custom fireplace doors that are specifically made for these types of openings. The biggest difference between these openings and traditional ones is that suspended openings don't have a hearth or floor for the fireplace door to sit on. This requires the door to overlap on all 4 sides of the opening instead of just 3.

Not all fireplace doors can be made to fit suspended fireplace openings which is why we have created their own category to make your shopping easier. Overlap style fireplace doors require a relatively flat surface to sit up against whether that is brick, stone, tile, or another facing material. Some masonry fireplaces have large rough stone with a lot of variation in its depth and protrusion, in these cases overlap style doors would not be recommended. If you have large, rough, or uneven stone we would recommend an inside fit door instead.

Four-sided fireplace doors are a great choice for your hole in the wall fireplace, but for those with a hearth that is level with the firebox floor, you need a 3-sided overlap or inside fit door instead. Many masonry fireplace doors need a hearth for the frame of your fireplace door to sit on, but a four-sided fireplace door doesn’t! As a matter of fact, a four-sided overlap fireplace door cannot be installed on fireplaces that have a flush or raised hearth. But, if your fireplace doesn’t have a hearth and is a "hole in the wall", a 4-sided overlap fireplace door is fine! Check out our article on how important it is to know your hearth position! Proper installation of your new fireplace door is essential to the longevity of the door. All of the products we sell are designed to last for years. Remember that it is still imperative to measure your fireplace correctly. You can learn more about how to measure your fireplace here, or use our handy Snapshot Quote feature so that we can help you!

Inside Fit Fireplace Doors

Thinline Inside Fit Fireplace Door

If you aren't interested in a fireplace door that sits outside of your opening, our inside fit doors will provide the flush fit you are looking for. As we mentioned above inside fit doors have an extra installation step that requires a little bit more effort overall. These doors are made slightly smaller than the fireplace opening sizes you provide, this allows the new door to fit within the opening with minimal gaps. Even though the gaps are minimal they are still there, so you will need to fill them with mortar or silicone in order to finish the installation.

Inside fit doors are not available in standard or fixed sizes, which means they will always be custom made to fit your exact opening. We offer a variety of high quality and budget friendly inside fit masonry doors. You may have noticed that overlap fit doors tend to have wider or larger frames, but inside fit doors have thin frames that obscure the least amount of viewing area. You wouldn't want to sacrifice your viewing area especially if you are working with a smaller fireplace opening, and you won't have to with our low profile inside fit doors. By design they have a modern and slim appearance and can pair well with regular brick, tile, veneer stone, or marble faced fireplace openings.



Ceramic Glass Masonry Fireplace Doors

Cascade Masonry Fireplace Door with Ceramic Glass OptionIt is always necessary to have your fireplace doors open while burning if the fireplace door uses tempered glass. Our ceramic glass fireplace doors allow you to have the option to close your doors while burning without having to worry about your glass breaking or shattering due to the high heat and stress.

It is essential that your masonry fireplace doors have ceramic glass when you choose to close your doors while burning. What’s the reason behind it? It’s because ceramic glass is specifically designed to withstand heat. All regular doors feature tempered glasses that can only handle temperatures up to 400°F. Regardless of the type of glass you use, flames can't touch the glass and you need to use a grate to keep flames a minimum of 6" away from your fireplace doors.

Only certain fireplace doors are capable of having ceramic glass which is why we have created their own separate category where you can shop for them. Ceramic glass can easily resist high heat as we mentioned above but it can be rather fragile, because of this ceramic glass is only available on "cabinet style" glass doors. This just means instead of 4 panes of glass there will be 2 which does provide you with a cleaner viewing area. Ceramic glass doors are heavy duty wood burning fireplace doors.


Air Sealed Masonry Fireplace Doors

Fullview Air Sealed Masonry Fireplace DoorHave you ever wondered why there is always a distinct odor in your house whenever you light your fireplace? Despite having your masonry fireplace doors closed, the smell of the soot left in your fireplace can still escape and make its way into your house you simply can’t stand it anymore, consider installing air sealed masonry fireplace doors to significantly reduce the odor!

Upgrading your fireplace to air sealed glass masonry fireplace doors will not only get rid of the odor but also help boost the efficiency of your masonry fireplace by eliminating excess air loss. Air sealed fireplace doors are also an option since gasket doors are no longer required due to recent changes to the ICC code. With our air sealed fireplace doors, you can make a hassle-free purchase and install the doors yourself with professional guidance from us! The fireplace door provides a tight seal by the gasket being compressed between the door and main frame. Door gaskets run behind the cabinet doors so that when they are closed they make full contact with the frame providing a tight seal. It is worth noting that these fireplace doors still let some amount of air in as gasket alone is not capable of stopping all airflow.

Air sealed fireplace doors are generally made from 1/4" to 3/16" laser cut steel, which makes them incredibly durable and able to withstand high temperatures for long periods of time. These fireplace doors really are built to last a lifetime. They are on average more expensive than your standard fireplace doors but they also serve a more specific purpose such as sealing off the interior of your home from your fireplace, and improving the efficiency of your heating and cooling. Air sealed doors have ceramic glass options as the two pair well together, a regular air sealed fireplace door would not be able to be closed while burning unless it also had ceramic glass installed.


Corner Masonry Doors

Brookfield Corner Masonry Fireplace DoorIf you have a corner masonry fireplace these are the doors you will be looking for. Corner masonry fireplace doors are available in many different models and styles just like regular masonry fireplace doors. There is some more work when it comes to measuring for a corner fireplace door, but don't worry we have you covered. We will walk you through all of the important details below.

This type of fireplace door isn’t quite easy to find, unlike conventional box-type ones. However, we make it easy for you as we offer top-notch corner masonry doors to match your contemporary space. When you use our handy snapshot quote, we can guarantee that the doors will fit perfectly and make your fire more efficient, with fewer worries about excess smoke emissions. You can also opt for additional spark protection to optimize the safety of your corner fireplace!

Corner fireplace doors have all of the options that regular fireplace doors have, sometimes even more! For example you can request to have fixed glass panels on the short side of your opening, and operable glass doors on the long side. You can add sliding or gate mesh behind either side or both sides, and you still have a large range of finishes to select from. Corner doors take a little bit longer to fabricate and ship but the average lead time is 4-6 weeks.

Overlap and inside fitments still apply to corner fireplace doors. Your fireplace opening will determine which fitment is best, and sometimes you will have the option to go with either one. We know that it can be challenging to find the right corner door and make sure it is ordered correctly so it arrives the way you want. You can call us directly and we will walk you through the process, or you can fill out the quote form above and we will review your pictures and information and send you compatible suggestions.


Arched Fireplace Doors

Cascade Arched Masonry Fireplace DoorOur collection of arched fireplace doors come in several different styles that embody the classic masonry fireplace present in many quintessential homes. From modern to rustic, gothic to minimalist - you will surely find the best arched fireplace doors for your home. Many of our customers absolutely love having arched fireplaces and need custom arched fireplace doors to go with them! Our selection also consists of arched fireplace glass doors and arched fireplace screen doors, depending on your personal preference. If you choose to go for glass fireplace doors, we also offer a ceramic glass upgrade to ensure that your fireplace is safe. As ceramic fireplace glass doors are durable and can withstand heat, and they also allow you to burn with your doors closed - something you can't do with tempered glass.

We offer many different kinds of custom arched fireplace doors. Many of these doors have over 10+ powder coat and plated finishes to choose from. You get to customize the arched fireplace door to exactly the size you need and pick what type of finish you would like to have. Most doors also give you the option to choose between cabinet or bi-fold doors. Some other options include choosing the tint color of the tempered glass and what type of handle design the door will have. All of these options allow you to customize your arched fireplace door exactly how you want. If you are interested in adding a damper assembly or spark protection we have doors with those options as well!


Barn Door Fireplace Doors

Sliding Fireplace Barn DoorHere’s a sleek and sophisticated option if you’re looking for a barn door fireplace! Our barn fireplace doors are specially engineered to slide seamlessly and easily to give your fireplace a cozier feel. As long as you have enough space on the left and right side, this can be a classic choice for those who have an eye for minimalist modern interiors.
These gorgeous barn door fireplaces are versatile and can work with traditional fireplace décor or an ultra-modern fireplace design!

The Paterson sliding fireplace door is truly a work of art that will turn the entire look of your masonry fireplace around! It features the ever-trendy barn door fireplace door theme with rivet details and a premium roller track for doors that slide open and shut with little effort. It is a sliding fireplace door that will totally transform your fireplace's look. Choose the ideal finish for the 7 gauge steel frame - we offer several powder coat colors and 5 premium finishes for a truly unique look.

The Paterson is also available as a single panel sliding door that provides a stunning look. Our Cable Roller sliding masonry door comes with a remote that actuates the doors which will open or close at the push of a button. As we mentioned above barn doors do have a few extra steps and measurements that need to be taken to make sure it will fit. If you are interested in one of these fireplace doors but need some help we would encourage you to call us, our staff can walk you through the process and make sure your order gets entered perfectly!



Fixed Panel and See-Through Fireplace Doors

Cascade Fixed Panel Fireplace Door for See-Through FireplacesFixed panel fireplace doors are made specifically for see-through or double-sided fireplaces. Fixed panel means that there is no operable glass door, in order to take the door off you would need to remove the hinge pins which hold the glass door onto the front of the frame. These types of doors are popular with see-through fireplaces because often people want to keep one side closed off, and use an operable door on the other side.

This has the potential to cause complications if you have an incompatible fireplace, use the wrong type of door, or don't have adequate venting. Our fixed panel masonry doors are built with a 1/4" air gap between the frame and the door to allow the appropriate amount of airflow into the firebox. This acts as a damper while also providing a closed-off look on one side of the fireplace. Most importantly these doors are compliant with fire safety codes.

Fixed panel fireplace doors for see-through fireplaces can be ordered as overlap fit or inside fit depending on what your fireplace requires. They offer a range of options such as finish colors, glass tints, fitment type, and easy mounting. These doors can't have a "cabinet" or "bi-fold" style as the main door is one solid panel.


Modern Fireplace Doors

Saratoga Modern Masonry Fireplace DoorLooking for a modern fireplace door to match your modern home? You are in the right place, we offer a wide array of modern fireplace doors with many different styles and finishes. The door pictured is a Saratoga masonry fireplace door that can be custom made as an overlap or inside fit. Along with their modern look these doors have a lot of options that you can customize.

A modern fireplace door will totally change the look of your fireplace and modernize your living space. Some of these doors feature wide frames, hidden handles, and reflective finish options. You have the ability to create your own unique fireplace door. Some of our modern fireplace doors have mesh screen options or options for door dampers. Door dampers are a great option for your fireplace door as they can help keep your home more comfortable when the fireplace isn’t in use! Also, mesh protection is pretty much essential when you want to keep your home and loved ones safe from sparks and embers that try to escape the firebox.


Rustic Fireplace Doors

Classic Mission Style Rustic Masonry Fireplace DoorThese rustic fireplace doors are made from forged steel and often appear to have an old-world look. They have hammered rivet designs and twisted steel handles that radiate that rustic fireplace door look. If you are looking for that "Wow" factor you need not look any further.

Most of our rustic fireplace doors offer options such as tracked or trackless doors, hammered steel edges, custom handles, decorative hinges, and different glass tint colors. They also have many options for powder coat finishes and some doors have a variety of plated finishes to choose from as well. Our rustic glass fireplace doors come in many different styles and price points, each one has different options to customize. Check out the category above to find out more! 


Plated Fireplace Doors

Cascade Masonry Plated Fireplace DoorWe offer a premium selection of electroplated fireplace doors with high quality finishes. There are many different styles to choose from. Each door has its own list of options when it comes to finishes so you can customize it to your preferences. 

As with other doors you can also customize the glass tint, handles, finish, and some have the option to add dampers and spark screen protection. You just have to choose the door you like, input your custom measurements and select your options. Our plated fireplace doors are all custom made and take slightly longer than regular doors because of the production process, but they are definitely worth the wait! Plated fireplace doors offer the most unique finishes if you are interested in that raw metal appearance.

if you are looking for a brass finish fireplace door, at the best price point, we would recommend the Genesis masonry fireplace door. The Genesis can be made in polished brass, or even solid brass and it provides one of the best brass finishes of any fireplace door we have available.


Mesh Masonry Doors

Masonry Mesh Fireplace DoorsMake your vent-free fireplace even safer by adding mesh fireplace doors to it. Masonry mesh fireplace doors serve as additional protection from sparks, ashes, and embers emitted from your burning fireplace. Mesh fireplace doors are a great alternative to glass if you prefer not to have tempered or ceramic fireplace doors. Mesh masonry fireplace doors are specifically intended for fireplaces that have a vent-free gas log set installed. These doors are built with a mesh screen in place of glass. As vent-free fireplaces do not have a chimney for the smoke and ash to exit, mesh doors will help improve air circulation for optimized safety and heat. For this to make your fireplace as efficient as possible, the door or screen should be sized to fit under the leading edge of any hood that is part of the unit. There should be open space from under the hood to the top of the mesh door to allow heat to leave the unit. Due to extreme temperatures, we cannot guarantee finishes on products used for vent-free applications. We know how important style and personal preferences are in terms of home designing, so we offer these mesh doors in different styles and colors! You’ll find something as unique as you are and the place you call home with us. And remember, shipping is free!

You can also use mesh fireplace doors on regular masonry fireplaces that are vented. Some people don't like the look of glass doors and prefer to have mesh ones instead, and it also provides you with the added benefit of being able to close your door while burning. If you have a vented fireplace and a vented gas log set you would also be required to keep your glass doors open, but with mesh doors the air can easily pass through. It also serves to protect your family and pets from the flames or sparks that may be present.


Read more on the differences between ceramic glass and tempered in our blog!


Masonry fireplace doors can be called many different names. Sometimes people search for fireplace glass door replacement, wood burning fireplace doors, iron fireplace doors etc. The important thing is knowing what type of fireplace you have because that will determine the door that you need to buy. Prefab and Masonry doors are not interchangeable because their structures are fundamentally different. Masonry doors are more heavy duty and made of thicker steel / iron, but there are also masonry doors made from lighter metals like aluminum. In the world of fireplace doors there are many different types of variations and materials used depending mostly on the manufacturer of the door. If you are unsure what type of fireplace you have you can read our quick guide to find out, and if you need a refresher on how to measure your masonry fireplace we have a guide for that too!

Our discounted fireplace doors are here for our budget-friendly customers! We want to make sure that if you are trying to save money but need that affordable little extra for your fireplace you can do that! The discounted options are ever-changing and you can always find great deals here! These doors are in all different sizes so you will have to check and see if we have a door that would fit your fireplace opening. These doors are priced very competitively because they may have a small scuff or scratch on the frame or some other minor issue. It is worth a check to see if you can find a sweet deal!

What is the difference between indoor and outdoor fireplace doors

The only difference is the material. When it comes to your outdoor fireplace door it needs to be able to withstand environmental exposure. There are also several designs to match your style.

We have fireplace doors with designs and a variety of finishes such as:

  • A variety of choices for handles like handcrafted, iron, brass, etc.
  • Glass - cabinet or bi-fold
  • Glass tints
  • High-quality metals like steel and aluminum

Now we get to the ceramic glass and tempered glass part. 

What is the difference between ceramic and tempered glass?

You see it all the time in action movies: a skylight shatters sending thousands of deadly shards of glass showering on the hero who miraculously isn’t hurt. The reality, though, is that if that had happened to the skylight, it wouldn't be so dramatic or deadly.  Most skylights today are made from tempered glass, the same glass on most of our fireplace doors!

Although the glass is a safer glass to use due to the shattering and the withstand, it is still important to be informed and to make an educated purchase. The glass on your fireplace or stove serves many purposes but it's good to know all the ins and outs of the glass and how to choose. Let's get this started on the glass education. Don't worry this is not going to take long.

Tempered glass is made with your safety in mind. When broken it does shatter but in smaller, harmless pieces. Tempered glass is also much more durable than ordinary, annealed glass. Ordinary glass breaks at about 6,000 psi (pounds per square inch) while tempered glass generally breaks at 24,000 psi. Tempered glass is made using a heat process (or in some cases a chemical process) that creates tension and compression in the glass. This gives the glass the durability it needs to stand up to the heat of your fireplace!

Ceramic glass is a little different. Formed in a two-step process, ceramic glass (called PyroCeram) encourages crystalline growth in the second phase of production. In this process the growth of crystals is controlled, allowing uniform growth within the glass. Ordinarily, crystal growth isn’t a good thing, but with ceramic glass, you get the advantages of glass with the durability of ceramics. This may not seem like such a big deal, but consider that your wood stove's glass window is made out of ceramic glass due to its durability and its ability to withstand extreme heat.  Originally ceramic glass wasn’t even designed for cooktops or fireplace doors and stoves, but telescopes!

Ceramic glass is most commonly used with wood, coal, and pellet stoves because ceramic glass can withstand continuous temperatures exceeding 1000° F. Wood burning stoves are used with the door closed, so it’s important that the glass used in the window be able to handle the intense heat put off by the stove. Ceramic glass is also used for ceramic glass fireplace doors when manufacturers think that the heat may exceed what tempered glass can handle. Tempered glass is far more common when it comes to fireplace doors! Since you shouldn’t burn your fireplace with the fireplace doors closed, tempered glass isn’t exposed to the extreme heat that could potentially damage or shatter it. It tends to be less expensive than ceramic glass, making it easier to replace damaged panels on your fire.

Our Unique Masonry Fireplace Doors are Top Quality

What if your fireplace doesn’t have that conventional square opening? Well, you still have other options to beautify your existing fireplace by going for a unique set of fireplace glass doors. We don’t like to limit our designs to traditional ones, after all!

You can freely explore our vast collection of arched fireplace doors to find the perfect one for you. Because arched fireplace doors are unique, they usually need a template to be certain that the door fits properly.

We can send you a template and instructions on how to trace the arched opening so that your doors fit perfectly.

In the meantime, why not take a look at the Denali Arched Masonry Fireplace Glass Door with Door Rails by Custom Metal Company? On the other hand, if gothic styles are not your thing, then how about this ultra-modern Masonry Brushed Stainless Steel Arched Fireplace Door?

We make our own fireplace doors, but we also have trusted suppliers that we love! Our fireplace products are made from the best materials and are designed to last for decades!!

Need a fireplace glass door? We have Sleek minimalist, modern contemporary, gothic, or even something that looks like it came straight out of Game of Thrones types of fireplace glass doors for sale. We have any style you want. Get your fireplace door today! What are you waiting for?

With our broad selection of masonry fireplace doors, you can freely customize your fireplace according to your taste. We will help you out! If you are not too sure about what to get for your cozy corner, give us a call or email us and we will have experts to happily assist you.

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You will often see a lot of fireplaces without any fireplace glass doors installed. It’s a common misconception that these are just accessories or for decoration. Not true! Adding masonry fireplace glass doors doesn’t just make your fireplace look more presentable, but also makes it more efficient and safer.

How Do I Install A Fireplace Door?

It’s easy with directions!

  • Every fireplace door comes complete with an installation guide. That being said, the method of fireplace door installation will be different for each model.
  • The key instructions will depend on the manufacturer, the measurements of your application, and the type of fireplace that you have (prefab or masonry).
  • But, just to roughly give you an idea of the basics that you need to consider, here’s a quick walkthrough of our short guide.

Won’t a screen work just as well?

  • Fireplace glass doors are more reliable compared to mesh screens!
  • While hanging mesh fireplace screens do provide a small measure of safety, they are not as secure as a fireplace door.
  • If you really would like a screen and you would like to play it safe there are also fireplace screens with glass doors. 
  • Glass barriers significantly reduce the risk of damage by keeping sparks and embers within the fireplace, while keeping your children and pets out! Without them, the likelihood of hot cinders flying around damaging carpet and furnishing is quite apparent. (Please note that only certain fireplace doors should be closed while a firebox is in use. Read more about glass types in our article ‘What’s the Difference Between Tempered and Ceramic Glass’)
  • Without a well-placed fireplace glass door, it may also harbor the risk of logs rolling out and causing harm to your home. Adding a door to your fireplace is a secure and inexpensive way to keep dangerous hazards contained, and your home and loved ones safe!

Why are fireplace doors necessary?

  • It promotes SAFETY
  • Fireplace glass doors are essential in keeping you and your loved ones safe in the coziest, comfortable corner of your home!
  • It goes without saying that the flames from a roaring fire are intriguing to look at and, on particularly cold days, you can't help but warm yourself by getting cozy next to the hearth.
  • This sounds like a relaxing thing to do, but doing so can potentially put you at risk. Curious little pets and small, often precarious children in your home could be injured or burned if your fireplace isn’t secure.
  • The inviting warmth and ambiance of the flames in an open fireplace can be a little too enticing for them, and the last thing you want is an injury.
  • With a fireplace glass door installed on your masonry fireplace, you will provide an enclosure that serves as protection against accidents when the fireplace is cold. Fireplace mesh, which is often included with fireplaces, will keep them safe as the flames flicker.
  • For an added safety measure: keep little hands away from the fire by placing a decorative fireplace screen in front of the doors.

There are several protective folding varieties available in our collection that will not just serve as additional protection but also beautify your fireplace even more!
These decorative fireplace screens add beauty and character to your already attractive hearth!

Will this stop cold air from coming in?

  • They keep dangerous downdrafts from entering your living space!
  • Installing glass doors for your fireplace has been proven to reduce downdrafts from the chimney. Downdrafts from winter storms can pull dangerous smoke into your home and can cause a multitude of problems.
  • In the event of a downdraft, it is also possible that embers can escape the fireplace and cause damage or worse, a fire. Closing your glass doors eliminates the hazards that accompany downdrafts.
  • (Plus, it makes your fireplace a lot more EFFICIENT!)

Why can’t I just put in a damper?

  • Fireplace doors are more efficient than chimney dampers!
  • Dampers are metal plates that regulate airflow in your chimney. Newly installed units fit like a glove, but after a year or two, they tend to warp and allow extra air to pass into the chimney.
  • It’s difficult to rely on it when longevity and durability are in question. Instead of relying solely on the damper, you could simply add fireplace doors to significantly reduce the cost of your home’s heating and cooling bills.
  • Prevent warm air from escaping your home during the winter, and keep cool air inside during the summer by having a fireplace glass door installed for your masonry fireplace.

Guide to the basics of Fireplace Glass Door Installation

  • Prepare all the tools you need. To install the fireplace door yourself, you are going to need tools for it to be properly installed.
  • Again, the tools needed may vary depending on the type of your masonry fireplace door. However, the basic tools would include an electric drill, a Phillips head screwdriver, tape measure, and drill bits.
  • Be wary of improper measurements. The fireplace door needs to have a proper fit for it to work its function efficiently. This is where your tape measure will come in handy.
  • Take note of the material of the fireplace door you are about to install. Will it be steel or aluminum? Does your door have an inside fit? Consider the specifics of your fireplace door to make sure you follow the right instructions.
  • When it doubts, know that you can reach us for help. The instructions on installing a fireplace glass door are pretty straightforward.
  • However, if you think your fireplace has some other special requirements, you can simply give us a call or you can also email us. Surely, our experts will help you with proper installation.
  • We've attempted to put together a basic tutorial to show you how simple it is to complete this task on your own without the help of a professional.