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A fireplace in your home adds aesthetic and practical value to the place. From an aesthetic standpoint, a fireplace instantly makes any space seem cosier and more at home.

When compared to when it is mounted on a blank wall, a family portrait shown on top of flames draws more attention. When the temperature outside rises, the fireplace provides welcome airflow into the home. On the other hand, when the temperature inside drops, it provides welcome warmth.

Depending on personal preference and motivation for installing a fireplace, picking a door for the opening might be simple or challenging. Glass panels, metal stiles, and rails are the standard construction materials for fireplace doors.

The various typical materials used to make fireplace doors are discussed below.


1.   Tempered Glass

When looking around for gas fireplace doors replacement ideas, you will often have two varieties of glass to pick from. They are tempered glass and ceramic glass. Tempered glass is durable, resistant to heat, and breaks into small, innocuous shards if it ever does fracture.

The use of tempered glass is a cost-effective and secure option for the typical fireplace with open doors. That’s why our fireplace doors are bulletproof tempered glass.

Always be sure the glass you select is thick enough for your needs. The glass’s structural integrity would be jeopardized if it were even thinner.


2.   Ceramic glass

Ceramic glass is extremely resistant to heat (far greater than tempered glass) but breaks into hazardous fragments if it ever cracks. Additionally, the cost is three times that of tempered glass.

The increased durability doesn’t always justify a higher price tag against the heat that ceramic glass provides. Keeping the doors to a fireplace open while a fire is burning inside is standard practice.

Only some types of specialized fireplaces require ceramic glass doors, and only when the doors are closed when burning.


3.   Pyro-Ceramics

We know this isn’t proper glass but indulge us for a moment despite their resemblance to glass. Pyro-ceramics are actually thin ceramic plates. Because of its durability at high temperatures (above 600 degrees Fahrenheit), pyro-ceramics are more commonly used in industrial settings.

Even though tempered glass is the standard for fireplace doors, pyro-ceramics are a great alternative.


4.   Mica Glass

Mica glass, which is manufactured from a naturally occurring mineral very resistant to heat, is frequently used in traditional fireplace doors. While it is see-through and rather thin, it has high heat resistance.

A common mica glass sheet has a temperature tolerance of up to 1,800 degrees Fahrenheit. This is a less usual choice these days, but it is still available from some niche vendors.

The doors to your fireplace are probably constructed of tempered glass. However, there are better solutions to consider if you need something that can withstand extreme temperatures.

If you are unsure how to proceed, it is best to consult with professionals specialising in fireplaces to ensure you achieve the desired outcomes.


5.   Metal

Steel and aluminium are the two most common metals to choose from. Steel might seem like the obvious choice, but it’s not the only one.

A 1 1/8″ thick aluminium door frame will easily accommodate a steel door with only 3/4″ thickness. In this situation, the door will be heavier and cost more than an aluminium door with a thinner steel frame because of the reduced amount of material required to make it.

One should consider the thickness and weight of an aluminium door against a steel door before making a purchase.


The Best Option

The materials that conceal a fireplace must withstand high temperatures and be aesthetically pleasing. Metal and toughened glass are the best options. However, metal is employed for permanent framing or the construction of cabinetry. And the ideal material for creating the bi-fold doors is tempered glass.

Wooden doors can be both practical and aesthetically pleasing, though care must be taken to select the right wood species. Fireproofing is a requirement in this case.



There’s more to consider than aesthetics when picking a fireplace door. Longevity, simplicity of upkeep, quality of materials, and security are all crucial considerations. For this reason, we have compiled a collection of sturdy, long-lasting doors from which you can decide.