Plain Glass is any rectangular or square shape glass. Clipped Corners, are as Plain Glass, however the corners have been cut-off. Shaped Glass is any non-standard rectangular or square glass shape (we will require a template or exact scale drawing for BOTH clipped corners and shaped glass). If your glass has a bevel (i.e. not flat), we will not be able to supply this from our normal glass, we will need to order it from the appliance manufacturer and so it will need to be specially priced.
Our Glass Information Page contains the dimensions of glass used in the appliances from many manufacturers. If you would like to order one of those, simply transpose the dimensions from the Size Guide to the calculator and place the order from there.
There are quite a few reasons why one might consider finding a replacement fire glass. Sometimes, the glass that comes with the stove is not of the highest quality and it will crack because of the heat, it could also be that soot attaches itself to the glass and, as you bake it over and over, it becomes irremovable.
Once you have purchased the fire resistant glass, setting it up is extremely simple so you can do it yourself if you wish. Just take note how your old glass was applied and reproduce the effect. You may need just glue, or you could just lock it into place by using a specific mechanism integrated in your stove. The important thing is to make sure the heat resistant glass is secure and it will not come off.
We stock only the highest quality replacement fire and stove glass, so when you purchase glass from us, you can be sure of a great long lasting glass that will last for many years. Our glass is of higher quality than most fires and stoves come with as standard, and at a fraction of the price of the manufacturers will charge you for a replacement.
All of our glass is manufacturered by Schott Robax.