Stoll Fireplace Glass Doors & Enclosures
are one of the most enduring and desirable elements of the American home. A warm hearth draws the family together, evoking memories of days gone by when the fireplace was the heart of the home; the cooking center and the main source of heat. Today, masonry fireplaces take many forms, limited only by the skill and imagination of the mason and/or the architect. From neat brick fireplaces in the Colonial style ~ to dramatic soaring walls of stone ~ to modern glass blocks ~ and everything in-between, fireplaces define your home. Enhance the beauty and functionality of any fireplace design, and increase safety and efficiency with the installation of a quality Stoll fireplace glass door.
Beauty: Stoll offers fireplace glass doors in a broad selection of styles and finishes to accent your fireplace and fit your decor. Designs range from simple to ornate; antique to modern. Select from a palette of colors and metal finishes in endless combinations. Optional Stoll decorative design elements add interest and dimension to personalize your door. Or, have our artisans incorporate a unique design of your own creation.
Safety: Stoll fireplace doors are fitted with high quality 1/4” tempered glass and safety screens. Tight fitting custom quality screens, mounted securely to the fireplace face, contain sparks much better than decorative screens. Our custom cabinet style screens are especially sturdy due to a “clamshell” design, with the tightly woven, heavy gauge wire mesh welded between two steel frames. The glass doors add an impenetrable barrier to sparks and heat loss once they are closed to contain a dying fire.
Energy: Properly designed fireplaces naturally draw air from the home to vent smoke. Even when the fire is not burning, warm room air, created at your expense by your heating system, escapes up the flue. Properly installed glass doors can reduce air flow through the fireplace opening up to 99%. Stoll also offers doors with gasket seals to prevent cold air infiltration down the flue in tightly insulated homes.
*Fire shown inside closed doors is for display purposes only. DO NOT burn with doors closed unless your doors have pyro-ceramic glass.