Fireplace doors not only create a great look for your fireplace, but they also help you to prevent heat loss. Here are the top 7 fireplace doors from Woodland Direct.
1. Brookfield Masonry & Zero Clearance Fireplace Doors
The Brookfield Fireplace Door from Design Specialties has it all, and it comes in two different versions—one for masonry, and one for zero clearance fireplaces. This incredibly versatile door is built completely to your specifications, meaning each one is a custom masterpiece. You can choose from 17 different powdercoat finishes, as well as a variety of different options including frame type, door style, and glass style. You can even add child safety locks. The Brookfield also comes with a lifetime glass warranty, and features a clean, standard look with extruded aluminum that will look great paired with almost any fireplace. Plus, just like they do with all their doors, Design Specialties builds it in the USA.
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The Design Specialties Stiletto Masonry Aluminum Fireplace Glass Door from Design Specialties offers the same versatility and features as the Brookfield—even down to the lifetime glass warranty—but with a slimmer, sleeker frame for maximum viewing area. This makes it perfect for adding a modern look to your fireplace, and it offers 21 different finishes as opposed to the 17 of the Brookfield. Its frame can also be customized with an overlap, cutback, or inside fit in order to accommodate different fireplace types and styles.
3. Carolina Fireplace Glass Door
The Carolina Fireplace Glass Door—also from Design Specialties—features many of the same finishes and custom options as the Brookfield and the Stiletto, but it sets itself apart by the fact that it contains an all-steel frame that’s 3/16th inches thick. Not only that, but the steel has been laser-cut, so it offers a level of precision that’s not usually offered with fireplace doors. You can also customize it with different frame trimmings (see links below). If you want sturdiness and precision in your fireplace door, this is the one for you. For premium finishes, the Legend Fireplace Rectangle Door offers the same features as the Carolina, but with added luxury.
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Design Specialties’ Hammered Edge Fireplace Door is essentially built on the same “chassis” as the Carolina, but it offers a unique traditional feel. Like the Carolina, this door is laser-cut, but it features a hammered edge finish that results in a forged appearance—making it look as if the metal were pounded out by a blacksmith. If you want to add old-world charm to your fireplace, this is the perfect choice. Both the hinges and the handles can be customized with different options, too, allowing you to personalize this door to your exact taste. Also, like all Design Specialties doors, it comes with a lifetime warranty on its glass.
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The Slimline Fireplace Glass Door from HearthCraft is a lower priced fireplace door that comes in multiple finishes, including polished brass, antique brass, and black satin nickel. Its main strength is that it’s a stock door, so it can be delivered relatively quickly after ordering—often within 1-2 weeks, and sometimes sooner. This makes the Slimline a great choice if you need a solid, well-built door for your masonry fireplace fast. It features a 3-inch wide frame and comes with a mesh curtain, as well as bi-fold doors that can also be upgraded to cabinet-style.
The Ardmore Fireplace Glass Door from GHP Group is a budget-friendly option that doesn’t sacrifice quality. If you’re looking for a great set of doors that will get the job done without being too hard on your wallet, the Ardmore is perfect for you. Like the Slimline from HearthCraft, the Ardmore is also a stock option, so it ships quickly from the manufacturer. It comes in a matte-black finish with bi-fold trackless doors.
Last but not least, Design Specialties also offers a budget-friendly option. While it’s somewhat more expensive than the Ardmore, it’s still more affordable than the other doors mentioned earlier in this list. It comes in 10 different powdercoat finishes and offers a lifetime warranty on its glass, with a 1-year warranty on the rest of the door. It also features extruded aluminum construction, making it stronger than folded steel, but with a lower price point. Plus, like all Design Specialties doors, it’s made in the USA.
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