2074 Hwy 35  Holmdel, NJ 07733               Call 732-671-0919

 

Breckinridge
Breckenridge

 Price: $680.00

Crown

Crown

Price: $900.00

  Andiron Fireplace Shop installs fireplace glass doors on unusual fireplaces with any type of unique fireplace opening. Options include an incredibly large selection of sizes and finishes. Prices listed are for average size openings and will vary slightly depending upon size.


Envision
Envision

Price: $690.00

Gallery
Gallery
Price: $580.00

Glassfyre II Series
Glassfyre II 
 Price: $1,100.00

Grand Forge
Grand Forge
 Price: $1,350.00

Manchester
Manchester
 Price: $580.00

Ovation II Series
Ovation Series II
 Price: $1,500.00

Portland Series
Traditional II 
 Price: $650.00

Premier Series
Premier Series
 Price: $2,500.00

Revelation Series
Revelation Series
 Price: $1,595.00

Slim-Fyre
Slim Fyre
Price: $695.00

Trimfyre
Trimfyre
 Price: $725.00

Vista
Vista
 Price: $555.00

Image: Z-Fyre Elite II 
Z Fyre
Price: $515.00

  Image: Z-Fyre Flex                                                                    Image: Z-Fyre Plus II

      Z Fyre Flex                                                                                   Z Fyre Plus II

The Function and Use of Glass Doors
In addition to being a very attractive addition to home furnishings, the glass door firescreen has many useful and functional features.

Starting a fire can be made much easier by closing curtains and doors and opening the bottom draft. When the fire dies down, it can be rekindled in the same manner.

Closing the curtains and doors as well as the dampers drastically reduces the amount of heat that is normally lost up the chimney - heat which is often generated by an oil, gas or electric furnace.

Radiant heat is greatly increased with the curtains closed and the doors open. Operating the screen with the doors and curtains closed, heat is conducted through the doors and the metal front of the screen.

For fireplaces without flue dampers, a glass door firescreen is a must. Closing the curtains and the doors when retiring will allow the fire to die down safely.

Since the fireplace damper must be open with gas logs installed, a glass door allows you to close the doors (with the logs turned off) to keep heated room air from going up the chimney.