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The Carolina Arched Fireplace Glass Door has the best features of a steel door while maintaining a low price. Some of its features include:

  • 3/16" Thick Steel Frame

  • 1/4" Tempered Safety Glass

  • Separate Frame and Door finish Choice

  • Slide Damper Included

  • Made in the USA

The steel frame is laser cut from a single piece of steel for a clean seamless look. The doors are available as either Trackless Bi-fold or Cabinet. They can be further customized with one of six available handles.

The Carolina Fireplace Glass Door can have an optional mesh curtain or a mesh gate added to help control errant sparks from entering your home.

The Carolina Fireplace Glass Door features a Lifetime Warranty on the tempered glass and a One year warranty on the door.

The Carolina Fireplace Glass Door matches feature for feature with some of the highest-priced doors available and yet it starts at just $1,050.00. This fireplace door will show the beauty of your fireplace, match your decor, and leave your wallet full.

Custom Made   |   Ships Within: 3 to 4 Weeks

 

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Carolina Custom Fireplace Doors from Design Specialties

 

  • Firebox Type: Masonry & Zero Clearance
  • Door Style: Cabinet | Trackless Bi-Fold
  • Shape: Rectangle
  • Style: Traditional
  • Material: Steel
  • Material Thickness: 3/16"
  • Finish: Powder Coat
  • Color: Ancient Age | Autumn Glow | Aztec Gold | Black | Brass | Brite Black | Bronze Burst | Cast Bronze | Cast Iron | Classic Bronze | Copper Fire | Copper Vein | Dark Pewter | Espresso | Gator Black | Granite | Graphite | Iron | Mahogany | Natural Iron | Old World Bronze | Rust | Rustic Black | Shark Skin | Silver | Solar Bronze | Toffee | Venetian Bronze
  • Width: 18" - 50"
  • Height: 18" - 36"
  • Glass Type: Tempered
  • Glass Thickness: 1/4"
  • Glass Tint: Bronze | Clear | Gray
  • Mesh Screen: Optional
  • Damper: Bottom Damper
  • Airtight Option: None
  • Assembly Required: Required
  • Color Family: Black | Brass | Bronze | Brown | Copper | Gold | Gray | Iron | Nickel | Orange | Pewter | Silver
  • Made in USA: Yes
  • Unique Feature: Made in the USA

 

1 Year Limited Warranty

The manufacturer warrants the glass enclosures to be free from defects in material and workmanship for a period of one (1) year from the date of installation. The manufacturer warrants the metalwork (exclusive of the finish) contained in the glass enclosures to be free from defects in the materials and workmanship for a period of two (2) years from the date of installation. Discoloration of any frame piece is caused by over firing and is considered abuse of the enclosure. THE MANUFACTURER MAKES NO WARRANTIES AS TO A MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE AND STRESS WHICH MAY CAUSE GLASS BREAKAGE. LIFETIME WARRANTY ON GLASS. It will, however, replace without cost any glass that breaks in normal use. The manufacturer will cover shipping costs for replacement glass for a period of one (1) year from the date of installation. Warranties also are not transferable to new owners. All warranty claims should be directed to the customer’s local dealer for prompt service. The foregoing limited warranty is not transferable by the customer and does not include the eventual defects caused by improper use or operation of the glass enclosure or by normal wear and tear.

The manufacturer agrees that if the glass enclosure is determined to be defective in manufacture within the applicable written guarantee period set forth above, and the customer provides a written notice of such defects within fourteen (14) days of the end of such period to the customer’s local dealer, The manufacturer is limited to defects in manufacture, and The manufacturer shall not be responsible if the glass enclosure has not been used at all times with reasonable care and in accordance with the instructions which accompany each glass enclosure, and/or if any attempt has been made by any person other than Design Specialties Inc. or its authorized agents to repair, alter or otherwise interfere with the foregoing undertaking of Design Specialties Inc. is limited to the replacement of any determined by the manufacturer to be defective. Finally, the enforceability of this Limited Warranty shall be further subject to compliance with the following requirements:


A.) That the customer complies with the instruction set forth above and does not misuse, abuse, alter, or modify the glass enclosure.
B.) That the customer does not use the glass enclosure for a purpose other than its intended use.

1) How to measure and install

Here are some videos that will help you if you have questions about how to measure and install fireplace doors. The first video is a great place to start because it describes some of the important terms you need to be familiar with plus, it shows the difference between some of the frames and how they fit.

 

  • This video shows you how to correctly¬†measure a masonry fireplace¬†for a Design Specialties custom glass fireplace door.

 
  • This video shows to correctly¬†measure your zero clearance/factory-built fireplace¬†for a Design Specialties "Expressions" series door.

 
  • This video shows¬†how to install one of Design Specialties Hearth & Home masonry doors.
 
 
  • This video shows¬†how to install a Design Specialties aluminum ZC door on a zero clearance/factory-built fireplace.

 

 

2) Masonry vs Zero Clearance

What's the Difference Between a Prefab/Zero Clearance Fireplace and a Masonry Fireplace?

Zero Clearance vs Masonry
There are two types of fireplaces: Factory Built (also know as 'Prefab' or 'Zero Clearance') and Masonry fireplaces. A factory-built fireplace is made out of sheet metal and is basically a firebox enclosed in a steel cabinet. Masonry fireboxes are made of brick or stone.


Prefab / Zero Clearance fireplaces are what builders install in many neighborhood homes. They are typically made in a factory out of sheet metal. There is sometimes a metal plate in the upper corner of the insert with a manufacturer name and model number. Some popular manufacturers include FMI, Heatilator, Heat N Glo, Lennox, Majestic, Marco, Martin, Preway, Superior, and Temco. Since these inserts are all different sizes and the doors fit just inside the firebox opening, it’s helpful if you can find out the manufacturer and model number of your fireplace as well as the measurements, (length and height), of your firebox opening. Our fireplace door consultants can help you with this process.


Masonry fireplaces have a brick or stone firebox, chimney, and surround.

It is important to get the right door for your fireplace for installation and safety reasons. Because prefab fireplaces are made out of metal they have different ventilation requirements than do masonry fireplaces that are made out of brick. 

 

3) EMAIL YOUR PICTURES

The best way to determine the type of fireplace you have is to email us some pictures. Our experts will likely be able to make the determination at a glance and help you find the right doors.

Use this link for Instructions on Emailing Pictures!