Wood Stove Glass
Learn about the type of glass used in wood stoves.
What kind of glass should I use for a wood stove?
Looking to replace your wood stove glass, because it cracked, shattered or is difficult to clean? Contact us here at Woodstove-Fireplaceglass, we are the experts in wood stove and fireplace glass.
We know all about wood stoves, gasket materials and of course wood stove glass.
Did you know that there are more than a thousand brands and models of wood stoves in North America alone? We produce glass for most all of them! Whether you have a stove from , , , , or even one that was made in Billy-Bobs garage, we can make the glass for it. Most of the more popular stove glass is already boxed up and ready to go!
Don't know the make and model of your stove... No problem. We can help you try to determine that, and if not, we can still make you the glass for it. We just need the size or pattern.
The glass for your wood stove can come in many shapes and sizes. At woodstove-fireplaceglass we custom cut the glass to your requirements. Our best-selling glass is the pyroceram glass. This glass will handle the heat as it is rated for up to 1470 degrees.
We always have the glass on hand, and we custom cut arch tops and patterns at no additional charge. Give us a call today, 217-223-0999 Or send us an email at email@example.com
Arch top glass and our tape gasket.
We carry wood stove glass for all major brands of wood burning stoves. See our Brands tab.
Our glass comes in 3/16 (standard) thickness and a thinner 1/8 glass. We have many of the more popular sizes and templates in stock. You can call in any glass size to order or mail us a template of any pattern that we do not have.
Ceramic fireplace glass is a transparent low-expansion glass-ceramic with a number of outstanding features that include high resistance to thermal shock, high mechanical strength, and excellent electrical characteristics.
With an almost zero thermal expansion coefficient, the applications for ceramic fireplace glass continue to grow. Trusted for over 30 years, Pyroceram glass now features a smoother, texture-free surface with less visible color. This next generation of ceramic fireplace glass was developed specifically to address the larger glass areas that are becoming more common in contemporary hearth designs.