Looking to Replace Doors on Fireplace - Help Identifying Fireplace and Steps to Replace

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gobills24

New Member
Jun 23, 2021
1
Buffalo
Hello,

As the title states, we are seeking to replace the doors on my dad's current fireplace. The fireplace was an addition to the home - it was installed some time between 1979-1981, the home being built in 1978. We are not sure how to identify the fireplace to begin our search to replace the doors, and was hoping this forum could help. I've provided three images - one with the approximate measurements, one with the left door open (the one that currently will not open), and a picture with the doors closed fully. If you need any other photos, I am happy to provide them. If anyone could provide advice/opinions on how to identify the fireplace brand, websites for ordering new doors, or anything of the like, it would be very much appreciated.

Thanks!

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bholler

Chimney sweep
Staff member
Jan 14, 2014
26,193
central pa
Hello,

As the title states, we are seeking to replace the doors on my dad's current fireplace. The fireplace was an addition to the home - it was installed some time between 1979-1981, the home being built in 1978. We are not sure how to identify the fireplace to begin our search to replace the doors, and was hoping this forum could help. I've provided three images - one with the approximate measurements, one with the left door open (the one that currently will not open), and a picture with the doors closed fully. If you need any other photos, I am happy to provide them. If anyone could provide advice/opinions on how to identify the fireplace brand, websites for ordering new doors, or anything of the like, it would be very much appreciated.

Thanks!

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That looks like a pretty well cooked zero clearance fireplace which is well past it's approximate 20 year lifespan. The only way to replace the doors is to find factory replacements. Even if that is possible it may not be worth the money looking at the condition of the fireplace