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How to choose the right fireplace doors


You’re ready for the cold weather and your fireplace is ready to start working hard to heat your home and provide cozy, warm ambiance for your family. You’ve got the wood or gas logs to burn...but what about fireplace glass doors? Fireplace glass doors can make all the difference in keeping the warm air in your home and the cold air out.

Closing the fireplace glass doors when the fire has burned down keeps icy cold air from coming down the chimney into your room. If you close the chimney flue after a fire, some cold air can still get through. Adding an extra barrier will help ensure your home stays warm and your heating bills stay low.

First, you’ll need to determine if your fireplace has a pre-fab/zero clearance firebox made of metal or a masonry fireplace with firebox made of concrete or brick. Since fireplace glass doors are made differently for each of these type fireplaces, it’s important that you’re sure what kind you have.

Our fireplace glass doors come in a variety of styles with options like tinted glass and painted frames. No matter what your budget and style preference, we have doors to suit your needs. Take a look at these tips to help you decide which doors are right for you.

If BUDGET is important to you…

We recommend our custom EZ DOORS for prefab/zero clearance fireplaces. The EZ Doors start at only 239 $. They have a sturdy, black aluminum frame that surrounds clear glass bi-fold doors. These fireplace glass doors are a great choice for rental properties and budget minded homeowners.

For budget priced masonry doors, we recommend the Peachtree Doors, a black framed steel door with clear glass that start at just $359.

If CHOICES IN STYLE AND EXTRA OPTIONS are important to you… We recommend the Atlantan or the Savannah for masonry fireplaces. These glass fireplace doors are available in a choice of finishes sure to enhance any decor.

If you’re looking for stylish prefab/zero clearance doors, take a look at the EZ Door Plus with full swing glass bi-fold doors with a tint option as well as a mesh door option.