Upland stove replacement glass

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Upland Stove Company

We make Upland Stove glass replacements for most all makes or models.  Look at our list below... and if you do not see your Upland 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.

Part # Upland 107 - Archtop - 12 1/2" x 7 3/4"

107 - Arch pattern on top. Size 12 1/2 x 7 3/4                                                                 Part # Upland 107





At WoodStove-Fireplaceglass.com we only carry the Upland Stove Glass.  We do not carry any other parts for their stoves.  We are not associated with the company in any way other then carrying the Stove Glass. 

This Upland Wood Stove Glass is a pyroceramic glass.  Able to withstand temperatures of up to 1388 degrees. We always recommend you measure your glass to make sure that the Glass is correct for you.

   "Upland Stove Company of Greene, NY was founded in 1977 by Fred and Frank Hanrahan. The company designed and produced cast iron stoves, most notably models 17, 27, 107 and 207. Between 1977 and 1984, the company manufactured approx. 80,000 stoves.

    Parts for the stoves were cast in various east coast founderies, including Unicast and Hamburg Manufacturing in Pennsylvania. Assembly was done at the Upland Factory in Greene, NY.

    The stoves were noted for their simple design and operation, which used the front to back burning method made famous by companies such as Jotul. The exterior design of the stoves were classic, with a look similar to some early Vermont Castings and Jotul models.

    The wood stove business peaked in 1979 and 1980 and slowed greatly in the following years due to a large decline in the price of oil. This put a strain on Upland Stove, which had grown and invested heavily to produce a large number of stoves. As a result of this slowdown, they were unable to make ends meet and in 1985 the SBA called in their loans and put the company on the auction block. The brothers then went on to manufacture car and truck trailers"