Since 1927 Heatilator has been creating affordable, quality fireplace products and accessories. Ranked the most preferred and recommended fireplace brand with fireplace professionals, we offer the perfect Heatilator replacement doors to accompany these high grade fireplaces at low prices-- always with quick shipping and a satisfaction guarantee.
About Heatilator Fireplace Doors
Heatilator Fireplace Doors FAQ
Look for a model number on a metal plate inside your firebox opening. Then measure the length and width of your firebox opening.
Heatilator bi-fold glass doors should stay open when there’s a fire burning. A Heatilator zero clearance firebox with closed doors could reach a temperature approaching 10,000 degrees and fires can eventually start at temps as low as 200 degrees and cause closed doors shatter. Tempered glass is not meant to withstand temperatures that high.
Your model number should be located on a tag on the inside of your firebox.
The answer is yes. But it may be worth it to purchase some budget- priced doors in a black frame to be sure you get the look you want.
Simply measure the length and width of your Heatilator firebox opening. Here is a great video that will help you measure your Heatilator fireplace:
No. Heatilator fireplace doors do not come with fans or blowers.
No. Heatilator fireplace doors do not come with vents and damper controls.
No. There are not Heatilator doors made specially for gas fireplaces.
Yes, Heatilator fireplace doors come with screens. These screens can be either replacement mesh curtains that attach to a rod in your firebox or actual mesh doors that attach to the fireplace door frame and open like cabinet doors. The replacement mesh curtains and mesh doors can keep sparks from popping out of the fireplace or be used just to add a decorative look to the fireplace. We have lots of good information here.
Removing Heatilator fireplace doors and frames is usually an easy process only requiring a screwdriver. The Heatilator fireplace doors are attached on the sides by brackets and can easily be taken off the firebox opening. The hanging mesh curtain can remain in place even after removing the doors.
Heatilator fireplace doors cannot be sealed. There are specific codes that require proper ventilation in all Heatilator fireplaces so you will find that there are very small gaps around the edges of the doors and frame.
Replacement Heatilator doors are 4 glass panels hinged together that attach to an existing track that runs along the top of your firebox. The “Quick Ship” EZ Door is a great option if you want a more finished look or if you don’t have a track.
Stocked “Quick “Ship” Doors ship in 2-3 business days and custom doors ship in about 3-4 weeks.
Yes, you can purchase Heatilator fireplace doors for your stone fireplace if your firebox is a zero clearance firebox made of metal. If you have stone surrounding your Heatilator firebox, look to see if the stones jut out into the opening of your firebox . If so, the doors will not fit into the firebox opening.
Installing a Heatilator fireplace door is a simple DIY project. A local handyman could take on the project for about $50 to $100. This video demonstrates how simple it is to install a Heatilator fireplace door:
Heatilator Size Guide
|Manufacturer||Heatilator Model (s)||Opening Size||Quick Ship Select Doors|
|HEATILATOR||A36C, A36CH||36 x 24||EZ Door Lite Ships in 2 Days|
|HEATILATOR||A36RH, A36R||36 x 24||EZ Door Lite Ships in 2 Days|
|HEATILATOR||A42RH, A42R, A42C, A42CH||42 x 24||EZ Door Lite Ships in 2 Days|
|HEATILATOR||DX36, DX36AI||36 x 20 15/16||EZ Door and EZ Door Lite|
|HEATILATOR||DX42, DX42AI||42 x 22 15/16||EZ Door and EZ Door Lite|
|HEATILATOR||E36, EC36||36 x 20 15/16||Replacement Doors, EZ Door, EZ Door Lite|
|HEATILATOR||E39, EC39||39 x 20 15/16||No|
|HEATILATOR||E42, EC42||42 x 20 15/16||Replacement Doors, EZ Door, EZ Door Lite|
|HEATILATOR||EL36, EL36I||36 x 20 15/16||EZ Door and EZ Door Lite|
|HEATILATOR||EL42, EL42I||42 x 20 15/16||EZ Door and EZ Door Lite|
|HEATILATOR||HB36A, HB36AI||36 x 20 15/16||EZ Door and EZ Door Lite|
|HEATILATOR||HB42A, HB42AI||42 x 20 15/16||EZ Door and EZ Door Lite|
|HEATILATOR||HD36B, HD36BI||36 x 22 1/2||Yes - EZ Door|
|HEATILATOR||HD42B, HD42BI||42 x 22 1/2||Yes - EZ Door|
|HEATILATOR||HR36, HC36||36 x 20 15/16||EZ Door and EZ Door Lite|
|HEATILATOR||ST36D||36 x 20 15/16||EZ Door and EZ Door Lite|
|HEATILATOR||ST42A||42 x 22 15/16||EZ Door and EZ Door Lite|
|HEATILATOR||T4800||48 x 28||No|
|HEATILATOR||T588, T3600, TD36B||36 x 20 15/16||EZ Door and EZ Door Lite|
|HEATILATOR||T768, T4200||42 x 24||EZ Door Lite Ships in 2 Days|
|HEATILATOR||TD42B||42 x 22 15/16||EZ Door and EZ Door Lite|
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3 Simple Steps To Get The Perfect Prefab Door:
1. Determine your manufacturer & model number.
Prefab fireplaces will typically have a metal plate on the front or just inside the firebox. This plate tells you which brand you fireplace is, as well as the specific model number. Many fireplaces also have the manufacturer logo on the front plate of the firebox.
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.
3. Confirm size and place order.
Once you’ve taken your measurement photos, send them to [email protected]. 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.
How To Take Measurement Photos
Get down level with the fireplace, take picture head on.
*We want to see at least 2 inches of what is surrounding your opening.
With tape measure in full view from beginning to end, take width measurement. Inside opening. Metal lip to metal lip.
With tape measure in full view from beginning to end, take height measurement. Inside opening. Metal lip to metal lip.
*If you know your fireplace model number, don't worry about sending us pictures #4-6!
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.
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.
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.
Ready to order?
Email your photos to [email protected] and our fireplace specialists will help you find the perfect door!