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Which type of fireplace do I have?

Prefab fireplaces, also known as zero clearance or factory built fireplaces, are pre-manufactured fireboxes made of sheet metal on the inside. They can also have refractory panels, which are made to look like brick. Prefab fireplaces can be either wood or gas burning.

Masonry fireplaces are fireplaces built by a mason that feature real brick or stone on the inside. Masonry fireplaces are more commonly found in older, historic homes.

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3 Simple Steps To Get The Perfect Fireplace Door:

How To Find Fireplace Model Number and Manufacturer

1. Determine your fireplace type.

Determine if you have a Masonry or Prefab fireplace. If you have a Prefab fireplace, locate your model number & manufacturer. Prefab fireplaces will typically have a metal plate on the front, or just inside the firebox, sometimes it will be inside above the opening. This plate tells you which brand you fireplace is, as well as the specific model number. Having this information on your order makes the confirmation process more efficient.

How To Measure A Fireplace Opening for Fireplace Doors

2. Measure the fireplace opening.

Once you’ve identified the manufacturer and model number, take some pictures of the height, width, and recess depth of your fireplace. See below for more info on how to take proper measurement photos. If you are unable to locate your model and manufacturer, review the pictures below, send those photos to sales@brick-anew.com.

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3. Confirm size and place order.

Once you’ve taken your measurements, place your order. One of our fireplace specialists will reach out to personally confirm your order and ensure that your prefab fireplace door will fit perfectly upon arrival. You may be asked to send photos if your measurements are off or you have a custom order.

How To Take Measurement Photos

(If you know your fireplace model number, this is a guide to show you how to measure so you can place your order. If you do not have a model number or your model number is not listed on our site, please send all the pictures shown below of your measurements.)
PICTURE #1

Firebox Opening

Get down level with the fireplace, take picture straight on, up close.

*We want to see at least 2 inches of what is surrounding your opening.

PICTURE #2

Firebox Width

With tape measure in full view from beginning to end, take width measurement. Inside opening at the front of your firebox. Touching black metal to black metal. If you have raised screwheads on the sides right inside your firebox, touch screwhead to screwhead.

PICTURE #3

Firebox Height

With tape measure in full view from beginning to end, take height measurement. Inside opening. Metal lip to metal lip. You may have a track in the top and or bottom. This track will be removed prior to installing the EZ Door Series doors. You will remove the track(s) and take your measurements as shown.

*If your fireplace model number is listed feel free to place your order after measuring. If we find a discrepancy in your dimensions we will email you for additional information. We double check everything!

PICTURE #4

Recess Depth (Top)

Look up into your top track area (where your doors would roll back & forth) and show us how wide that track is with your tape measure. Note: This fireplace has a strip of metal that would be an obstruction for some fireplace doors. It is important your stop at the first obstruction and measure. If you do not have an obstruction, you will measure to your mesh curtain rod inside the firebox.

PICTURE #5

Recess Depth (Bottom)

If you have a bottom track, measure the track. If you don’t have a track, measure the small flat area right up front. If you have a track that can be removed, remove it and then measure the recess depth as shown.

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Recess Depth (Sides)

Put your tape measure lip on the outside of the fireplace. Going inward with your tape measure, stop at the first obstruction. Look on both the left and right sides for any obstructions. Flue handle, damper control handles, flared out vents and angled sides. These things can prevent our door system from properly installing.

Ready to order?

If you're still unsure of what you have measured please email your photos to sales@brick-anew.com and our fireplace specialists will help you find the perfect door!