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SimpliFire 30 Inch Built-In Electric Fireplace

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Product Details

Manufacturer: Simplifire
Simplifire Part Numbers: SF-BI30-EB
Item Number: MON-SF-BI30-EB
UPC: 652174860906

Features

  • Dimensions: 33" W x 28 3/4" H x 11 3/4" D
  • Four flame heights
  • Masonry brick interior look
  • LED flames and glowing logs
  • Use with or without heat output
  • Plug into wall outlet or hardwire into home
  • Remote controls thermostat and fireplace lighting
  • Flush face front allows finishing material up to fireplace opening
  • Maximum BTU Output: 4,800 (120V), 10,000 (240V)
  • Amps: 11.7
  • Watts: 1400-2800W
  • Volts: 120/240VAC
  • Rough Wall Opening Size: 31 3/4" W x 27 1/4" H x 11 5/8" D (120V), 31 3/4" W x 29 1/4" H x 11 5/8" D (240V)
  • Viewing Dimensions: 28 1/4" W x 22 3/4" H
  • Approximate Heating Area: 500-900 Sq Ft
You want a fireplace, but you don't have the time to cut wood, carry logs, and do the work that goes into keeping warm. The SimpleFire Built-In Electric Fireplace is perfect for you. Not only do you get the traditional look with its masonry-style interior, but you also get a 100 percent efficient fireplace. The textured log set and four flame intensity levels provide the desired ambiance. With a maximum BTU output of 10,000, you and yours will remain comfortable. This Simplifire model also has an intuitive multifunction remote, so you never have to leave your comfy spot to adjust the fireplace.

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Deb from Heber City Utah asked:
Is there a glass front to this electric fireplace?
Is there a glass front to this electric fireplace?
This unit does have a pane of glass in front of the logs. Please note that the firebox area does not get hot. The heat comes out of the top louver above the glass
Answered by: Cody S. on Jun 28, 2022

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