JIDÉ was founded by Jacques Dumont in 1990. From 1990 to 2000, it had five employees, including the founder and his wife.
In 2006, under the leadership of its new owner, Vincent Hick, the company saw solid growth and strove to promote all of its expertise, experience, and craftsmanship. That growth led to the construction of an entirely new factory in 2012.
In 2016, JIDÉ started producing gas-burning inserts and stoves.
Because all of JIDÉ production is done in Belgium, we can easily test our new concepts and systems on the spot.
In 2020, the company was taken over by Jean-Philippe Couasnard, who has many projects planned for JIDÉ and its team.
JIDÉ is a Belgian company, located in the heart of the Pays de Herve region in the province of Liège. We design and manufacture wood-burning inserts, fireplaces, and stoves.
JIDÉ sets itself apart with products that are 100% Made in Belgium and that combine expertise, performance, and refined aesthetics, thus giving you the magic of fire in your home!
The units presented in this catalogue are the latest results of our investments in innovation, and far surpass the most stringent requirements of the European ECODESIGN 2022 standard.
They offer environmentally friendly combustion and high performance, based on an optimal distribution of primary air, secondary air (post-combustion) and tertiary air (glass cleaning).
The windows stay clean for longer and there is almost no ash in the fireplace.
The advantages are considerable: more heat from less wood, and virtually no environmental impact. These fireplaces are very popular for both construction and renovation projects.
Elegant creations, a unique experience of the flames, ease of use, efficient combustion, guaranteed quality, and 100% Made in Belgium: It can only be JIDÉ.
We’d like you to meet our enthusiastic team. A pleasant working atmosphere is very important to us, and here at JIDÉ, everyone works with a smile.
JIDÉ believes that honesty and transparency are really important, and we’re committed to respecting people and the environment.
We’re also really conscientious in how we use raw materials.
That’s why—to take just a few examples—we use solar energy for production, optimise our transport capacity, use recycled paper, buy local products, re-use as much material as we can, and drive hybrid cars.