We Build Custom Fireplace Doors To Fit Any Size Opening.
Prefabricated / ZC Fireplace Doors
Zero clearance fireplaces, on the other hand, are manufactured fireboxes that are fire-rated to that no (zero) clearance is required between the firebox and construction materials like wood framing and sheetrock.
Masonry Fireplace Doors
Masonry built fireplaces are usually constructed of brick or stone with fireboxes made of the same material, creating a solid barrier between the fireplace and construction materials. Generally the firebox has little to no metal, and may or may not have doors.
Freestanding Fireplace Screen
Free Standing Screens offer flexible solutions for transforming the look and feel of your hearth. Our line of custom screens provide safety while enhancing the overall look of your fireplace.
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Stock ALUMINUM DOORS
These aluminum doors come in stock sizes and are assembled to order, so you can choose from a variety of finishes yet still have a quick delivery time. All of our doors have 1/4" thick tempered safety glass with a lifetime warranty for breakage and you CAN burn a fire with the doors closed. It is important to note that you cannot burn a fire with the doors closed with brands that are sold at Amazon, Home Depot and Lowe's (such as Pleasant Hearth).
Custom Aluminum Doors
Aluminum does not rust or tarnish and is rather impervious to heat, so it makes an excellent material for fireplace door frames. The frames are pieced together with mitered corners from aluminum extrusions and are custom made to fit your fireplace. You can choose from Powder Coat, the hand applied Artisan Premier or Anodized finishes, each formulated for extreme durability and resistance to heat. The glass is 1/4" thick fully tempered safety glass with a Limited Lifetime Warranty and, unlike cheaper brands sold at home centers, you can burn your fire with the doors closed.
Carolina Custom Steel Doors
The Carolina series of fireplace doors by Design Specialties are laser cut from from 3/16" thick solid steel, so there are no seems. You can choose from 1 1/2" or 2" outer frames with a 1" or 1 1/2" maximum overlap respectively to fit virtually any rectangular fireplace. as well as a combination finish between the outer frame and door frame. These are the most affordable solid steel doors with a few less custom options than the Legend series. There are lots of finishes to choose from as well as unique door patterns.
Legend Custom Steel Doors
The Legend doors are constructed using state of the art computerized laser cutting machinery combined with expert hand craftsmanship. Cut from a solid sheet of 3/16" thick steel, there are no seems in the corners and the vent is more concealed than the Carolina doors giving the Legend series a more upscale and cleaner look. The width of the outer frame has few limitations, so we can make it to whatever shape is desired and overlap as little or as much as necessary in order to accommodate unusual fireplaces. We can also customize the door frames to your own design if you wish to supply a pattern. Most of the doors are available for arched fireplaces even though they are shown as rectangles.
Forged Iron Doors
Our forged fireplace doors take the steel door to a different level. Some of these doors require a skilled blacksmith to create the look and textures that you see. Doors like these look best on rock or brick fireplaces, although when done in the right finish, will flatter a marble or tile fireplace just as well. These doors are pricier than our other steel doors because of level of craftsmanship required to make them.
Doors with Louvers
Many prefab fireplaces have ugly vents or excessive black metal showing around the opening. A great solution for this is to make a door frame that covers the entire fireplace and has decorative louvers. We can do this with an aluminum frame or laser cut steel. There are many options for the decorative louvers as well as how the surround is made. So although we are only showing two options here, the finished style is virtually unlimited.
Although almost any of the steel doors we have can be made with an arch, we have a few here for you to see. If you have an arched fireplace opening, we will tell you how to make a template that we will use to make your door. We can also make an arched door that fits a rectangular fireplace without the need for a template. The Buckingham and Black Rock are examples of these because they have a wider frame that can cover a rectangular opening.