Glass door fireplaces are a great choice for safety reasons

Pleasant Hearth fireplace doors utilize a smoked safety tempered glass that is at exactly 3/16”, which is not only highly attractive but it also increases your families safety. Stray sparks could melt the carpet within it’s proximity or even considerably damage the tile flooring that is nearby. These glass doors effectively lower the various chances that sparks could rise up out of the fireplace or even the possibility that a log could come tumbling out, causing detrimental harm to whatever is in it’s path.

Easy to Install

These classy fireplace doors are super easy to install because they come assembled (just add the door handles) and when you see the end result, you will know for certain that you made the best choice. It isn’t all about the visual appeal though, every time glass fireplace doors are sealed shut, they can enhance the heat output by triple what it normally does.

Increase efficiency

Glass fireplace doors have the great ability to raise the overall efficiency of the fireplace by functioning as a boundary between your chimney and your home. When a fireplace door is opened it creates the same exact effect as when a window is open. By having the doors closed during winter, you won’t have the warm air in the house escape. During the hot heat of the summer time, by keeping the fire door open, it becomes a great source of cool air, which drifts into your home.

Save money

Did you know: installing a fireplace door can help reduce an incredible 90% of heat or cooling (depending on the season). These doors will give save a ton of energy, and you’ll see those energy bills go down dramatically!

Add style to your living room

Not only does it save you money in bill, it vastly improves the style of your living room. There’s a vast range of styles and colors to suit all type of fireplaces.

2 thoughts on “Why install a fireplace door?”

  1. Michael Armbruster

    I’m confused. I’m thinking of purchasing a Pleasant Hearth fireplace door set (Fenwick model). All of the pictures on your web site show the doors closed and the fire going behind them. But on the reviews I’ve read at the Lowes site, several commenters have said that the instructions that come with the doors specify that the doors must be kept open during while the fire is burning.

    Please clarify.


  2. We have a Superior LBR-4324 serial 116513, it is a wood burner or gas logs, it does have a brick chimney
    Can you tell me if your doors would work with this?

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