Hearth Craft Slimline Stock Masonry Fireplace Door


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Hearth Craft Fireplace Doors "Leading the way" since 1956.

The Hearth Craft Slimline Fireplace Enclosure equals exceptional quality and elegance for your hearth at a reasonable price. The Slimline Fireplace Door is constructed with a 3" wide x 1/16" thick brass plated steel frame. Trim-less "full fold" doors open 180 degrees offering a full, unobstructed view of the fire for enhanced viewing, trackless opening for easy cleaning, and a mesh curtain for burning safety.

These doors come standard with clear glass and a mesh curtain; gray or bronze glass, or beveled glass, are options as well (Please allow 4 weeks for beveled glass). The Hearth Craft Classic Fireplace Door is available in four attractive finishes and comes fully assembled, and ready to install''only moments to install, a lifetime to enjoy!


  • A quality fireplace door at a budget price
  • 3" Wide x 1 1/16" Deep brass plated steel frame ensures strong construction
  • 3/16" Tempered glass complete with mesh curtain for burning safety
  • Trim-less full fold doors open 180 degrees for full view
  • Trackless opening for easy cleaning
  • Optional Bronze, Gray, or beveled glass (Please allow 4 weeks for beveled glass).
  • Manufactured in the USA by Hearth Craft since 1956
  • Manufacturer's 5 year limited warranty
  • Product Note: Not intended for use with vent free fireplaces. Doors must be open when burning.
Additional Information
  • Available finishes are: Plated Polished Brass, Plated Antique Brass, Flat Black, Flat Black frame and Polished Brass, Satin Nickel
  • Hearth Craft offers a 5 year limited warranty.
  • Doors must be opened when burning a fire.
Additional Information

Benefits of Fireplace Glass Doors

Measuring for Fireplace Glass Doors

Installation Manual

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Brand HearthCraft
Made In USA
Shipping Weight (lbs) 0.0000
Actual Weight (lbs) 0
Finish Antique Brass, Black, Polished Brass, Satin Nickel

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  • From court at 9/12/2014 3:22 PM
    • I have a Height: 25 ½ by Width: 37 ½ opening so I believe your plated antique brass unit 40 x 29 at $Price as configured: $429. is what I need ? I presume free shipping cheapest way to Ohio 43235 with no tax? Am I correct?

      I presume it affixes to fireplace with 2 perpendicular struts with screw type clamps at top to a 4” (or so) wide lintel bar inside fireplace, am I correct?
      Installation is simple; affix the two clamps and its installed! Correct?

      Unit has, I presume Curtain screen: Mesh (pull/push with a handle left and right) slider curtain screen (correct)? Pls advise. Thanks!
    • Hello Court, Yes according to your measurements the 40 x 29 is the is the door you would require. The free shipping to OH is definitely your best shipping option. As far as the installation of the unit, here is the link to the installation manual for this particular item, so you can see exactly step by step what you would need to do. http://www.northlineexpress.com/media/wysiwyg/pdf/masonarydoors.pdf And you presume correctly, this door does include a sliding mesh curtain. Thanks!
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  • From court at 9/12/2014 4:52 PM
    • You only show bi-fold glass doors for the Hearth Craft Slimline Stock Masonry Fireplace Doors yet it appears these doors are not bi-fold!!! Am I wrong? Do you have a bi-fold option. Bi-fold is what I must have.

      pls advise. Thanks
    • Hello Court, The doors that you are looking at are technically bi-fold doors, there are 4 separate panels of glass, however the difference here is the swing of the door. The Slimline door is going to have a "full-fold" or full swing option, meaning the doors aren't on a track, they fold to open out from the center and then fold again at the outer most edge and up against the front of your fireplace.
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