A stunning, frameless, linear right or left corner direct vent gas fireplace, the Bidore 95 showcases a clean contemporary design. All glass corners allow an unobstructed view of this modern gas fireplace.
Element4 fireplaces feature unique Fire Media options, which sit directly in the flames. Choose between log set, fire glass, white Carrara pebbles, grey stones or our new Landscapes Series of pre-curated media mixes. Scroll down to see them all.
The Bidore 95 highlights seamless trim, improved tube-style burners, and the E-Save Control System which can save up to 45% on fuel consumption, making for a stylish and efficient fireplace. All Element4 fireplaces can be fitted for propane.
This model comes standard with an InvisiMesh safety screen; however, it can be upgraded to include a Glass Safety Barrier for the same protection and a 100% clean and trimless appeal.
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The Biodore 95 is produced by Element4 B.V., the award-winning fireplace manufacturer from the Netherlands, and is imported and distributed by European Home for installations in North America.
The single burner allows for a minimum installation depth of the fireplace and contributes to low fuel consumption. Despite its modest appearance, it has a surprisingly big effect: full, lively flames and a natural fireplace experience.
Element4 is the responsible fireplace company
With the multi-burner system and the eco-mode, you can enjoy your fireplace as a room heater and know that you are being as efficient as possible. Why use more gas than you need to? Why heat your whole house if you don’t have to? Area heating with great design, from a company that considers environmental issues. Some companies are ok to send the heat outside – not Element4 they are responsible when it comes to OUR environment.
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