Thousands of Marco Fireplaces have been sold and installed across the country for years. Known for providing a warm and rustic ambiance, their wood and gas burning fireplaces have always been a popular choice among builders. Due to the thousands of installations, Marco accessories are typically in high demand. Brick-Anew offers the perfect selection of replacement fireplace doors to suit your needs and match the style of your fireplace- always with quick shipping and a satisfaction guarantee.
About Marco Fireplace Doors
Marco Size Guide
Why buy from Brick-Anew?
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
Firebox OpeningGet down level with the fireplace, take picture head on. *We want to see at least 2 inches of what is surrounding your opening.
Firebox WidthWith tape measure in full view from beginning to end, take width measurement. Inside opening. Metal lip to metal lip.
Firebox HeightWith 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!