The quintessential linear gas fireplace.
The Modore 140 is a direct vent gas fireplace with a 55” wide viewing area and a sleek design that allows the installation to have a thoroughly modern and completely trimless finish.
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.
So what sets this fireplace apart? The Modore 140 features designer 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. Moreover, all Element4 fireplaces can be fitted for propane.
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The Modore 140 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 Modore 140 shares a similar burner and identical size to the Bidore 140
*Please note” Flames in this video are Natural Gas (NG). Liquid Propane (LP) flames are 30% lower.
The double burner guarantees a beautiful fire experience because the fire is spread over the full depth of the fireplace. In addition, you can easily switch off one of the burners for even more control of the heat and the flame picture.
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 okay to send the heat outside – not Element4 they are responsible when it comes to OUR environment.
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