Model # AT-1002

Internet #202325779

Pleasant Hearth Ascot Large Glass Fireplace Doors
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Pleasant Hearth

Ascot Large Glass Fireplace Doors

  • Reduce heat or cool air loss up the chimney for energy savings
  • 1-piece welded frame and a high-heat, powder-coated black finish
  • Feature easy-catch magnets and easy-grip handles
$22499 /each
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Product Overview

  • Reduce heat or cool air loss up the chimney for energy savings
  • 1-piece welded frame and a high-heat, powder-coated black finish
  • Feature easy-catch magnets and easy-grip handles
Compatible with a traditional masonry fireplace, the decorative and bi-fold Pleasant Hearth Ascot Collection Glass Fireplace Doors have a 1-piece welded frame and a high-heat, powder-coated black finish. Designed as a surface mount, these track-free doors sit outside the fireplace opening against a flat surface and help reduce heat or cool air loss up the chimney by as much as 90% for year-round energy savings. Made of clear tempered glass, these doors have an easy-grip design, open 180°s so you can enjoy a full fireplace view and feature easy-catch magnets, easy-grip handles, thick heat-resistant insulation and hidden damper control knobs for airflow control. The mesh panels located behind the doors should always be closed and glass doors opened when you have a fire going. Simple to install in 3 easy steps, these fireplace doors are ideal for complementing any decor style and are fully assembled.
  • High-heat, powder-coated black finish for lasting durability and beauty
  • 3/16 in. clear tempered glass doors open 180° for a full view of fireplace
  • Bi-fold, track-free doors feature easy-catch magnets and 4 in. easy-grip handles
  • Easy-open mesh panels help contain sparks and embers
  • For masonry fireplaces only; not for prefabricated
  • Surface-mount design is easy to install in 3 simple steps
  • Comes fully assembled; only door handles need to be attached
  • Always keep mesh panels closed and glass doors open when you have a fire going
  • To ensure correct size, measure the opening width and height of your fireplace before ordering
  • Fits openings 36 in. to 43 in. wide and 25.5 in. to 32.5 in. tall

Product Overview

  • Reduce heat or cool air loss up the chimney for energy savings
  • 1-piece welded frame and a high-heat, powder-coated black finish
  • Feature easy-catch magnets and easy-grip handles
Model #: AT-1002
Internet #: 202325779

Compatible with a traditional masonry fireplace, the decorative and bi-fold Pleasant Hearth Ascot Collection Glass Fireplace Doors have a 1-piece welded frame and a high-heat, powder-coated black finish. Designed as a surface mount, these track-free doors sit outside the fireplace opening against a flat surface and help reduce heat or cool air loss up the chimney by as much as 90% for year-round energy savings. Made of clear tempered glass, these doors have an easy-grip design, open 180°s so you can enjoy a full fireplace view and feature easy-catch magnets, easy-grip handles, thick heat-resistant insulation and hidden damper control knobs for airflow control. The mesh panels located behind the doors should always be closed and glass doors opened when you have a fire going. Simple to install in 3 easy steps, these fireplace doors are ideal for complementing any decor style and are fully assembled.

  • High-heat, powder-coated black finish for lasting durability and beauty
  • 3/16 in. clear tempered glass doors open 180° for a full view of fireplace
  • Bi-fold, track-free doors feature easy-catch magnets and 4 in. easy-grip handles
  • Easy-open mesh panels help contain sparks and embers
  • For masonry fireplaces only; not for prefabricated
  • Surface-mount design is easy to install in 3 simple steps
  • Comes fully assembled; only door handles need to be attached
  • Always keep mesh panels closed and glass doors open when you have a fire going
  • To ensure correct size, measure the opening width and height of your fireplace before ordering
  • Fits openings 36 in. to 43 in. wide and 25.5 in. to 32.5 in. tall

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Specifications

Dimensions

Fireplace Opening Height (In.)
32.5
Fireplace Opening Width (In.)
43
Glass thickness (in.)
0.1875
Product Depth (in.)
1
Product Height (in.)
31
Product Width (in.)
43.5

Details

Accessory Type
Fireplace Doors
Color Family
Black
Glass Color
Clear
Product Weight (lb.)
42lb
Returnable
90-Day
Screen panels included
Yes
Size
Large

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
1 Year Limited Warranty

Specifications

Dimensions

Fireplace Opening Height (In.)
32.5
Fireplace Opening Width (In.)
43
Glass thickness (in.)
0.1875
Product Depth (in.)
1
Product Height (in.)
31
Product Width (in.)
43.5

Details

Accessory Type
Fireplace Doors
Color Family
Black
Glass Color
Clear
Product Weight (lb.)
42lb
Returnable
90-Day
Screen panels included
Yes
Size
Large

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
1 Year Limited Warranty

Questions & Answers

Hi. My fireplace is 40 1/2 wide and 25 1/2 tall. What size should I select?

Hi. My fireplace is 40 1/2 wide and 25 1/2 tall. What size should I select?
Asked by: flipper
my fireplace opening is 41" what size door should I use?
Answered by: sugar
Date published: 2017-10-06

Which size would I use for a 42" wide opening that is 30.5 " tall?

Which size would I use for a 42" wide opening that is 30.5 " tall?
Asked by: Richard44
My fire place opening isI 42.5 by 30 .5 inches . What size door I should buy?
Answered by: Meme
Date published: 2017-03-12

My fireplace measures 42.5 X 28.5. Is the large Ascot the size I need?

Asked by: Mom2many
Hello, Our large glass fireplace doors will be a great addition to your fireplace opening.-GHP Group Customer Service Team
Answered by: BrandAnswers
Date published: 2016-11-10

Hi my fireplace is 35 wide and 34 tall What size should i select

Asked by: Jorge
Good by the dimensions given with the product description, and order up, if necessary, never down.
Answered by: curleygirl
Date published: 2017-11-07
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Customer Reviews

Ascot Large Glass Fireplace Doors is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 167.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I installed two of these Glass fireplace doors, one last weekend and one this morning. The first ... I installed two of these Glass fireplace doors, one last weekend and one this morning. The first installation was the downstairs fireplace, which has no mantle, but the entire wall is brick with a wall wide brick hearth approximately 10 inches high and 20 inches deep. The fireplace opening is 37 inches wide and 28 inches high. The sizing guide puts the width right on the upper limit of a "Medium" but I wanted substantial overlap to help with sealing (ish) against airflow when not in use so I went with a "Large" door. The bottom opening of the fireplace is about 1/4 inch higher than the hearth so I vacillated over whether to use the riser bar as it was within (barely) the range where the instructions said it was unnecessary. Again, I wanted more edge overlap for sealing so I used the riser. I like the look of the proportions better with riser anyway. Note that you have to remove all the retaining straps to put the handles on the door. However, afterwards you need to lay it face down to put on the riser and insert the insulation, which is easier said than done now that the doors are free to flop open. I used painters tape to hold the doors closed while doing this. I didn't want to use anything stronger like Duck Tape for fear of damaging the finish. This sort-of worked, mostly, but not well. I think a better approach would have been a strap lightly cinched across the horizontal. Preparing to place the doors, I carefully measured and marked the center of the opening as an alignment point for the doors to center on, per directions. It seemed sensible, but don't bother, reality makes this pointless as you'll see shortly. Placing the door into position, carefully centered on my mark, my wife held the doors against the fireplace, giving slack and pressing in upon direction as I hovered my upper body inside doing a continuous partial sit-up while aligning and tightening the upper lintel clamps. Flushed with success (and sweat), I inserted the left lower pressure bracket into the innermost hole as it was the only one exposed. Grabbing the other pressure bracket for the right, I encountered a 1/4 of a hole exposed, not enough to insert the bracket! Pause a moment to imagine a brief interlude of rude language ............. Another even longer round of half sit-ups while I unclamped the lintel mounts, shifted the doors left enough to expose the entire whole on the right (leaving the left bracket in place), shifting back right so that both left and right bracket hole mount points are 1/2 blocked. Reclamp the the upper lintel mounts, tighten the lower left and right pressure brackets. Admire the final result and contemplate the "Abs of Steel" that will result. The fireplace opening may not be perfectly symmetric and the "center" is self referencing from the door frame so measuring the center of the top of the fireplace is not only pointless but may be actively counterproductive. A week passes, the "Abs of Steel" turn out to be a reminder of how old and out of shape I am. The upstairs fireplace has a mantle. The opening is 30 inches high and 36 inches wide. The opening is flush with the hearth and the heart is flush with the floor (not raised). The width is on the upper edge of medium and lower edge of large. For the same reasons, I chose to go with "Large" again. I'm experienced now so know how to do this. Same problems with managing the doors using painters tape, apparently I'm a slow learner. Use a strap! This time, I measured the distance between the lower pressure bracket holes to decide which holes to use and put the lower pressure brackets into place while the assembly was face down after inserting the insulation. Tie a string tightly between the pressure brackets. This will cinch them down so they don't fall out and spread them to fit as you maneuver the doors into place. I centered the doors based upon spacing between the lower pressure brackets and the walls (this turned out to be a small error). Once again doing the "Abs of Steel" routine, I went to install the upper lintel clamps and ... Arrrrg! What are the odds that the necessary position is the 1/8 inch wide spot where the center slot support is located? The lintel clamp needs to go an 1/8 inch higher than possible in the "A" configuration, or a tiny bit lower than possible in the "B" configuration. Another etude of rude language ................. I placed the lintel clamp piece in a vice with the screw hole clamped flat and hammered a 1/4 inch bend to the narrow side. Another "Abs of Steel" workout, everything clamped perfectly. Cut the string off of the lower brackets, put in the thumbscrews and done! I mentioned the alignment using the lower brackets turned out to be a small error. This is because the "Mantle" was not perfectly aligned with the fireplace. The doors are just a hair closer to one side of the mantle than the other, but not enough that I'm going to move it. Good luck and good abs to all!
Date published: 2017-08-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Nice clean simple look. Good quality screens and glass. I had someone install it for me, but I ... Nice clean simple look. Good quality screens and glass. I had someone install it for me, but I believe it was pretty easy to do.
Date published: 2017-08-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 5 Star Review Rating provided by a verified purchaser
Date published: 2017-10-18
Rated 4 out of 5 by from This is a beautiful and sturdy fireplace door. It is important to note, though, that the hardware... This is a beautiful and sturdy fireplace door. It is important to note, though, that the hardware provided assumes that your firebox is flush with the floor in front of it. If you have a raised firebox, as we do, then the hardware provided is not made to hold the door suspended above the ground. Fortunately I have a very handy husband, who figured out a way to modify it (basically, bought some extra brackets for the door to rest on at the bottom, which he drilled onto the existing hardware) for little cost, albeit quite a bit of work (mainly, drilling extra holes to attach the new brackets). I had actually called the manufacturer before buying the product and they assured me that it could be attached to a raised firebox and that if the hardware provided didn't work we could call and have them send us extra hardware; however, when my husband called, they told him they do not provide extra hardware kits to mount the door to a raised firebox. This is the only reason we are giving this product a 4 - had they been more helpful to modify the product to our needs (especially after they'd initially told us they could), we'd give it a 5. And I'd say it's a 5 for anyone whose firebox is already flush with the floor, as no modification is needed! Overall, we are very happy with this product and the beautiful fires we're now able to have!
Date published: 2017-01-14
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great product. I gave a 4 score due to confusing instructions and the brackets didn't not fit se... Great product. I gave a 4 score due to confusing instructions and the brackets didn't not fit securely on the top. I would had to drill extra holes and purchase a different bracket. The return was easy at the local Home Depot. The hardest part was getting it there. It was very heavy and bulky with the glass doors. I was glad I had a pickup truck. I would recommend having the option of hiring an installer.
Date published: 2017-07-25
Rated 3 out of 5 by from It looks nice once I installed the unit, however I... It looks nice once I installed the unit, however I had to make several modification and add extensions to have it fit properly. Several trips to the hardware store to make modifications was extremely frustrating. A 30 min installation took 3 hrs.
Date published: 2017-10-17
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Seems like a quality product, but I haven't started a fire yet. Some of the insulation shown in t... Seems like a quality product, but I haven't started a fire yet. Some of the insulation shown in the assembly instructions was not included. Installation was easy enough.
Date published: 2017-11-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from These fireplace doors are lovely. Simple, clean, and attractive. The directions were easy to fol... These fireplace doors are lovely. Simple, clean, and attractive. The directions were easy to follow, and there were no installation issues.
Date published: 2017-11-07
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