Stove Glass and Heat Resistant Glass

We stock a range of heat-resistance glass (stove glass) products that we can cut to size for all stove doors.

Our glass is highly heat resistant. We can produce it in various shapes and sizes, and it is a completely transparent glass ceramic. The glass has a low thermal expansion rate. Meaning it can maintain stability in high-temperature conditions.

The glass is able to withstand temperatures of between 1200 – 1400 degrees Celsius. Making it ideal for any application requiring high-temperature tolerance.

The glass can be processed further using all the normal methods of glass processing.

Quality heat-resistant glass cut to size

There are plenty of different applications for heat-resistant glass. Some applications for this glass include:

  • High-temperature vision windows
  • Chemical processing glass
  • Commercial ovens
  • Architectural uses
  • Fireplaces and wood-burning stoves
  • Outdoor Lighting

Some of our most popular requests involving heat-proof glass include stove glass cut to size. Stove glass provides that great, contemporary finish to ovens in modern kitchens.

Traditional glass versus ceramic and heatproof glass

Heat-resistant glass is more of a ‘transparent ceramic’ than glass. The glass it is made from is subjected to what is known as ‘thermal treatment’ during the manufacturing phase, which forms a tough matrix of crystals giving it its characteristic toughness.

Traditional glass is not heatproof, though it can be toughened to withstand greater temperatures. Transparent ceramic, however, unlike glass, can stand up to extremely high temperatures – even if it is really close to the source of heat.

Interested in our heat-resistant glass and stove glass service and products? Then please do not hesitate to contact us. We’d love to have a chat with you.

If you would like to know more about heating, replacement, cleaning (such as removing dirt from the surface), and the service of glass stoves in particular, then check out our blog.

    Your wood stove glass broke?

    Are you ready to take the first step to fix this problem?
    Follow simple instructions how to replace your wood stove glass today.

    Safety first

    Gloves, safety glasses and a blanket or towel are a must. Open the stove door, lift it off the holding pins, and place the frame safely on the surface where you have placed a towel earlier. Make sure none of the broken glass falls on your furniture or floor with living dent marks.

    Tools required

    You will need a flathead or crosshead screwdriver to remove glass-holding brackets. You will need tape measure in millimetres to obtain the correct size for your glass.

    Remove Glass

    Using the appropriate screwdriver relieves all holding clamps and safely removes your glass from the door. Make sure not to damage any fire seals.


    Using a measuring tape obtain the correct height and width of your existing glass. In millimetres of course. If your stove glass is shaped with an arch or corner cutouts you will have to bring that to us and we will cut new glass out from your old glass as a template.  Usually, we cut glass as you arrive for collection.

    Order and Collection

    Call us on (01) 845 2526 or email us using the contact form below with your glass dimensions.  If you can't measure because glass is shaped or you what us to do it - we will. Collect the glass in our production warehouse or you can ask that the glass is delivered to you directly(delivery fee).


    Place the glass back into the door and make sure that does not touch the sides of the metal. Reinstall the brackets that hold the glass in place. Make sure the fire seal isn't damaged and the glass claps too tight.

    This instruction may vary depending on wood stove type.

    If you do something at your own risk, you are responsible for any harm or damage that you suffer as a result. Use this guid Your Own Risk.

    Glass that can withstand intense heat from fire burning stoves