The Fenwick Collection Fireplace Glass Door has decorative arch detail prairie cabinet-style doors with graphic trim detailing. The Oil Rubbed Bronze powder-coated finish enhances a traditional masonry fireplace hearth. This one-piece frame construction is designed as a surface mount and sits outside the fireplace opening against a flat surface. A Fireplace Glass Door assists in reducing heat loss or cool air loss up the chimney by as much as 90%. That equals a year-round energy savings when the fireplace is not in use. The Fireplace Glass Doors all come with easy grip handles, hidden damper control knobs for air flow control and heat resistant thick insulation. Always keep mesh panels closed and glass doors open when fire is burning in fireplace. For masonry fireplaces only ? not for prefabricated. Made in the U.S.A.
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98%of customersrecommend this product86 of 88reviews
Rating Breakdown94 reviews
98%of customersrecommend this product86 of 88reviews
The doors were packed really well. That meant there was absolutely no shipping damage. The instructions were surprisingly coherent and helpful. Because the fireplace is curved and the doors are not, I needed to modify the doors by adding some sheet metal and extra insulation. This meant an extra trip to Home Depot, but it was well worth the effort. The doors look great and the wife is very happy. Happy wife equals happy life.
Pros: Durable, Easy to Clean, Sturdy, High Quality, Easy to Install, Looks Great, Good Size & Weight, Nice Design
We got the door installed and everything was perfect until we tried to put the handles on. The glass has installed incorrectly and covered the holes for the screws. There is no way to adjust the glass and the door must be replaced by the manufacturer. They were very helpful but it took TWO more doors before we received one that allowed us to install the handles. Otherwise, a piece of cake! We love the color and can't wait for our first fire this year!
Two issues: one of the door magnets was broken when we installed it. However, there is enough of the magnet still attached to hold the door closed. Second, the doors will open (magnets will release the doors) if the whole unit is tipped forward. I had one door fly open when installing and scraped it on the brick, causing some minor damage. Be careful when tilting the doors and you should be fine.
My house was built in 1955, and the fireplace is larger than most. I wanted glass doors to help with holding outside air out. My son installed for me and it looks great. The color looks like it was made for the house. The look is also elegant.
Overall, great value and easy install. Received item very quickly. Only negative was quality control. I had to reset the glass in one door to install the handle and one of the magnets for the door closure was damaged. I called customer service and they stated they would ship replacements (its been a week and still waiting).
This was easy to install and looks great for the price. I was somewaht disappointed that the doors needed to remain open when you are burning in the fireplace. I knew before I purchased, but all of the photos of the doors showed the doors closed with a fire burning. Oh well!
One of the glass doors was made such that you couldn't attach the handle. (glass mounted wrong) Then, when they sent a replacement and I removed the original door, the new door would not attach to the unit. I'm still looking for some way to attach the new door.
Pros: Sturdy, Stylish
Cons: Difficult to Install
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Response from By GHP Group Inc. Support, November 14, 2014By GHP Group Inc. Support, November 14, 2014
Please give us a call and we can assist you with installing the new door. 877-447-4768. Thank you.
I bought this to replace my 1983 original bright brass fire place doors. They were awful and finally my living room looks like it belongs in this century. It was really easy to install and looks great once it’s in there. I was worried about the measurements because they're not very specific in the description so I thought it might not fit, but it fit beautifully and came with an extra part in case I needed it to be taller. I didn't, but nice to know that I had it if I needed it.
I moved into an older home (1961) with an era-appropriate but kinda ugly fireplace cover that consisted of a mesh screen suspended from a copper 'hood'. Once that was removed and these doors were installed in their place, the whole room looked much more elegant. Even people who don't know I made the change have commented on how nice the fireplace looks.
I love that the glass doors keep hot air from rushing out of my house and add a measure of safety when I have toddlers around.
I lucked up and got these at a deep discount, but think they are worth much more than the price I paid.
Pros: Easy to Use, Stylish, Seals Well, High Quality
The fireplace glass doors are gorgeous! However, our fireplace measures 44" wide and the Fenwick doors measure 44 1/2" wide overall. The specs say that the Large fireplace will fit a 44" wide fireplace. However, after installation, only .25 inches are left on each side. Since fireplaces are brick, there is a gap between the bricks and mortar, which allows you to see right through into the fireplace. I would suggest that if Fenwick says a Large is to fit a 44" wide fireplace, that they make the actual overall width a bit larger, say, 45" wide, therefore, there will be 1.25" coverage on each side.
The doors arrived in good shape directly at the house. Installation was easy and straight forward. Doors look good. I haven't had a fire with the new doors so I don't know how clean the glass will stay.
This fireplace door is excellent quality and very appealing, however unfortunately I think we are going to have to return it because it's not wide enough. 44.75" is the width INCLUDING the lips at the top/bottom. The actual coverage area for this is only 43 & 5/8ths inches.
The install went smoothly. Very simple. The issue with the glass in the doors (see prior reviews) seems to have been resolved as mine was perfect. My fireplace is stone so I had to fiddle with the brackets a bit but it worked fine. A brick fireplace would be easy. I don't do DIY stuff very well and this made me look good.