Fireplace Glass Replacement
Price Starts at $78.00
Also known as: wood burning fireplace glass doors, fireplace glass, glass fireplace insert and fireplace glass door replacement.
Revitalize your hearth with our superior custom Fireplace Glass. Our state-of-the-art facility produces high-quality Fireplace Glass replacements, perfectly tailored to your exact dimensions and aesthetic preferences. Our skilled team ensures precision at every step—from measuring to cutting, tempering, and polishing—resulting in pieces that fit impeccably and elevate the atmosphere of your home.
Our cutting-edge facility, combined with strategic bulk material procurement, enables us to offer the lowest prices for premium Fireplace Glass solutions. We cater to both wholesalers and homeowners, ensuring fast shipping that sees many orders shipped within 1-2 days. Trust in our expertise to flawlessly fulfill your Fireplace Glass needs with speed and precision. For those requiring woodstove glass, our ceramic glass options, are designed to withstand high temperatures up to 129å2 degrees Fahrenheit, ensuring durability and safety for intense heat applications.
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|Tempered Glass (up to 500 Deg F) and Ceramic Glass (Up to 1292 Deg F continuous)
|Tempered Glass 1/8” 5/32″ 3/16″ 1/4″
Ceramic Glass 1/8” 5/32″ 3/16″
|Tempered fireplace glass up to 60” x 96”; Ceramic Glass up to 43” X 85”
|Almost any shape
|Many glass tint colors and patterns available
|Standard, flat and rounded pencil edge
|Holes and Slots:
|Cut by water jet prior to tempering
|as little as 2” x 2”
|Most custom glass orders Ship in 1-2 days
Fireplace Glass Pricing
These products are made to withstand very high temperatures and are often used in woodstoves, gas stoves, ovens, halogen lamps, and laboratories. Ceramic glasses do not shatter. If broken, the piece will crack into large shards.
This product is used most often for shelves, some fireplaces and table tops. Tempered glass breaks into many small pieces when broken and usually never cracks.
Custom Fireplace Glass Doors For Your DIY Project
Most gas fireplaces are enclosed with tempered glass, which can tolerate temperatures up to 400-500 degrees Fahrenheit. These are often fireplaces where the doors are a safe distance from the flames. If you have a wood stove, you will likely need to use a ceramic glass for the doors. We offer NeoCeram or PyroCeram for such instances, as they can withstand continuous temperatures of 1292 degrees Fahrenheit.
When the glass in a fireplace door breaks, it is often difficult to find a replacement straight from the original manufacturer. Most of the time it’s because the manufacturer does not sell replacement fireplace glass or has stopped carrying the specific model of fireplace. We specialize in providing custom glass for all your replacement glass needs. We can replace your fireplace glass tailored to your specifications. Soon you’ll be back to enjoying the comfort of watching the fire burn in your fireplace.
Helpful tip: Keeping the glass in your fireplace clean is important for making sure your home gets the full effect of the beauty of the flames. A cheap and efficient way to clean your glass, without leaving a residue is to make a mixture of water and white vinegar. Simply use this solution like you would any other glass cleaner to keep your glass as lovely as the day you installed it.
Types of fireplace glass
Ceramic glass shares many of the same properties as both glass and ceramic. They are great in places that change temperature quickly, like a wood stove or cooktop.
This glass has been treated in such a way, that when it breaks it, shatters into small cube like pieces, and is much safer than sharp jagged pieces of glass. Used in glass shelves, glass tabletops and glass shower doors.
What’s The Difference Between Tempered And Ceramic Glass?
is more economical and durable than ceramic glass. In fact, most buildings that are built on glass and steel, use tempered glass. The glass is made with safety in mind. It is created using a heat and chemical process that enables compression and tension in the glass. It will not shatter in big and dangerous pieces like ceramic glass, but in small pieces. Generally, tempered glass breaks at about 24,000 psi while an ordinary annealed glass at 6,000 psi.
Fireplace glass doors are generally made of tempered glass. They can handle the heat better, as well as make the burning of firewood more efficient. You also do not have to worry about the glass getting fractured by the heat. In fact, it can help enhance energy efficiency and save you thousands of dollar in energy costs in the long run. Generally the safe distance from the front of the grate to fireplace glass is 4 inches or greater to maintain a maximum of 400-500 F.
is made in a two-step process involved in creating a ceramic glass. The first process involves PyroCeram or NeoCeram that promotes the growth of crystalline in the second production. Then, when the growth of crystals is controlled, there will be uniform growth inside the glass. You will get the advantage of both glass and ceramics.
It is softer compared to tempered glass and probably not the most durable choice for indoor glass walls or tabletops, but you can use ceramic glass as fireplace inserts because it can withstand the heat that is not exceeding 1472 F. or 1292 F. continuous. However, if your fireplace has clearance for tempered glass only, do not use ceramic glass.
Custom Glass Projects FAQs
Generally the safe distance from the front of the grate to the fireplace glass is 4 inches or greater to maintain a maximum of 400-500 F.
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For example, the glass on motor vehicles is tempered to make it strong and less dangerous when it shatters or breaks. Tempered glass is also used in fireplace doors, on masonry and prefabricated fireplaces equipped with a grate to hold the burning wood.
Tempered glass can withstand constant temperatures of 470 deg F. If tempered glass is exposed to higher temperatures, it gradually weakens the structure of the glass thus making it more susceptible to breakage. If a piece of tempered glass is exposed to continuous temperatures of 600 deg F or more, the glass will shatter into small pieces.
Ceramic Glass commonly referred to as glass but it is actually a transparent ceramic. Unlike true glass, Ceramics can withstands continuous exposure to high temperatures without fear of destruction. It is also resistant to failure due to temperature variation. It is the ideal solution for many wood stoves and fireplaces where glass panels are less than 6 inches from the flames. We carry two different types of ceramic glass. Ceramic glass can withstand continuous temperatures of 1292 deg F or 1472 deg F for limited times.
The seamed edge is recommended for all applications in which the edges of the glass are not exposed.
For example, if your glass will be installed into the frame of a fireplace door and no one will see the edges once the glass has been installed, a seamed edge is all you need.
For shelves, table tops, or the like, you may want to consider upgrading to a more finished/decorate edge.