The Tenore 240 offers all the beauty of the Modore 240, with a see-through design. Same clean lines, same beautiful proportions, and the same dramatic size – 95” wide (7’ 9”). Whether it’s residential or commercial, this modern gas fireplace will bring warmth and drama to any space.
The Tenore also utilizes multi-burner technology, which allows you to have one or multiple burners ignited so you can fully dial-in the perfect flame height and temperature, all via remote control.
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 Landscape Series of pre-curated media mixes. Scroll down to see them all.
So what sets this fireplace apart? The Tenore 240 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.
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.
The Tenore 240 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.
In some installations, where venting runs are particularly long, a power vent system may be needed. European Home offers both internal and external power vent systems which are available for purchase and approved for use with the entire line of Element4 fireplaces. With a power vent system, vent runs of up to 100' can be achieved.
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