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We make Vermont Castings Stove glass replacements for most all makes or models.  Look at our list below... and if you do not see your Vermont Castings Wood Stove Glass listed, please contact us. We try our best to keep up on all of the brands and models of stoves and their glass sizes. 
Wood stove replacement glass proudly made in Quincy IL.  U.S.A.

Vermont Castings Wood Stoves

Need to refurbish or repair a Vermont Castings Wood Stove? These are jobs you’ve got to get right for the safety and efficiency of the stove. Here you’ll find affordable, high-quality replacement parts for Vermont Castings Wood Stoves. Browse our collection now.


Get Parts for Vermont Castings Wood Stoves

At Woodstove Fireplace Glass, we stock all the internal and external parts you need to repair, refurbish, or maintain your wood stoves and gas stoves. For instance, you’ll find handles, rope gasket kits, thermopiles, and catalytic combustors for Vermont Castings Wood Stoves. Check back regularly as we’re always adding new parts or give us a call if you can’t find the exact part you need.

These replacement parts each serve an important purpose for your wood stove. The rope gasket creates an air-tight seal around doors and glass panels. The catalytic combustor burns smoke before it escapes the stove out the Flue. A thermopile transforms heat into electricity. So, all contribute to the functionality and efficiency of your gas or wood-burning stove.


Though we sell many parts for Vermont Castings Wood Stoves, replacement glass is our specialty. Our family-run business comprises expert manufacturers.

Our replacement glass panels are robust and cut perfectly to fit your stove model. We cover Vermont Castings Wood Stoves’ Resolute, Intrepid, Vigilant, Aspen, Defiant Encore models, and more. We also cut custom glass if you’re unable to find the right fit for your stove in our catalog.


Vermont Castings Wood Stoves Shopping Guide

Find the correct replacement part or glass panel for older Vermont Castings Wood Stoves easily by checking the owner’s manual and finding the part number. Once you have the part number, you can simply match it to the right product on our site. 

You’ll see that all of our listings provide the part and model numbers along with any relevant measurements, specifications, and materials. Therefore, you’ll be able to find the precise replacement part you need quickly and easily.

Bear in mind that we also offer a Pyro+ upgrade on all of our replacement glass. This superior-quality ceramic glass comes with a three-year warranty. If your glass is installed incorrectly or you have an accident and break the glass, you’ll get a one-time replacement. The warranty also covers general wear and tear.


Vermont Castings Wood Stoves Maintenance

You’re much less likely to have to replace your wood stove if you perform regular maintenance. Remember, there’s more to maintenance than cleaning your stove once a week. Be sure to check for signs of wear and damage regularly. This way you ensure your Vermont Castings Wood Stove continues to run efficiently and the damage doesn’t get any worse.

Over time, the glass in used Vermont Castings Wood Stoves may get damaged or weakened. If you don’t fix the problem, the glass may allow air into the stove, decreasing efficiency, or it could even shatter. 


Replace the glass and make sure it’s installed correctly. When glass is installed too tightly in a wood stove, it doesn’t have room to move when the metal around it expands and, therefore, may crack again.

Furthermore, there must be air-tight seals around joints, doors, and glass to keep the stove running economically. When these become singed or damaged, they get hard and brittle. Replacing them is simple, however. Just use a gasket rope kit to replace the old one.

It’s difficult to predict when the parts on a Vermont Castings Wood Stove will need replacing. There are many factors that contribute to wear and tear, such as the type of fuel you use and how often you use your stove. For this reason, it’s important to check parts like the glass and gaskets on a regular basis. Refurbished Vermont Castings Wood Stoves work as well as new ones as long as you take care of them.


Vermont Castings Wood Stoves FAQs

Here are some answers to the questions we get asked most about Vermont Castings Wood Stoves. If you still need information, just give us a call or an email.

Are Vermont Castings Wood Stoves good?

Yes, Vermont Castings Wood Stoves are good. Customers say the stoves are reliable and durable. However, every wood stove goes through wear and tear over the years. Eventually, you may need to buy replacement parts. Then it’ll get back to running as efficiently as ever.

How do I fix burning problems with Vermont Castings Wood Stoves?

When there’s a burning problem with a wood stove, i.e. the fuel inside is burning uncontrollably, the issue is usually down to air leakage somewhere on the stove. In this case, it pays to check the glass and gasket seals. 

When the stove cools down, put a piece of paper between the door and the stove. Close the door and try to pull out the paper. If there’s little resistance, you need a replacement door gasket.