Our 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.
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!
We know that it’s rewarding to do your home improvements and with these affordable fireplace doors and our helpful team of experts, you can take on that weekend project 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!
There are many types of masonry glass doors to choose from for your fireplace and it can sometimes be a little too overwhelming. 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.
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, our value fireplace doors are not only a budget-friendly choice when it comes to upgrading your fireplace, but they are also customizable, too!
Ditch the idea of having a mundane, plain-looking fireplace! Whether yours is an indoor or outdoor masonry fireplace, there is a fireplace glass door that’s compatible with it.
The only major difference between indoor and outdoor fireplace doors is the material: your outdoor fireplace door needs to be able to withstand environmental exposure. Apart from this, there are also several designs to match your style.
We have doors with designs and a variety of finishes such as:
Take a look at your masonry fireplace and check the details of its structure. With non-standard fireplace doors, you can choose from several finishes for the glass and frames. You can also take advantage of our Snapshot Quote feature. It’s as easy as taking a picture!
Nonstandard size masonry fireplace doors also can be made as overlap fit and are available as inside fit, depending on your fireplace.
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!
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.
Q: How Do I Install A Fireplace Door?
A: 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.
Q: Won’t a screen work just as well?
A: 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.
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!
Q: Why are fireplace doors necessary?
A: 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 a 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.
Q: Will this stop cold air from coming in?
A: 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!)
Q: Why can’t I just put in a damper?
A: 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.