I got the stainless steel doors from my old Charbroil gas grill. The bottom arched "doors" are actually a hinged fireplace screen that I got online for $75 (during a half-price sale). I had to cut some stainless sheet metal to place on the inside so it forced the majority of the heat up towards the smoke box and chimney. I left the bottom three inches or so open to allow air to enter to feed the fire. I ordered the louvered propane tank door from some website (I don't remember) for around $125. Thanks all for the kind words on the brick-work. I enjoyed learning to lay the different types of patterns. The ones on the sides and back of chimney that are turned sideways were the hardest by far. I don't know what they are called, but I saw the pattern on a building and tried to emulate it.