Monessen Hearth

Starting in 1993 as a regional manufacturer of vent free logs, Monessen Hearth Systems Co. has grown to become a leading full line supplier of hearth products to the Hearth, Propane and Residential New Construction Markets. Monessen Hearth offers a complete lineup of Direct Vent, B Vent, Vent Free and Wood Burning products. These products include log sets, fireplaces, inserts and stoves.

In order to provide this diverse product lineup, we have added 150,000 square feet to our Paris Kentucky manufacturing facility to bring the total warehousing and manufacturing space up to 280,000 square feet. Our annual production capacity will exceed 150,000 fireplaces and 160,000 log sets.

Monessen brand products are known throughout the industry for their reliability and aesthetics. We burn and leak test 100% of all products to ensure trouble free operation. With the addition of our new state-of the-art facility, Monessen Hearth Systems Co. and its 350 employees are committed to providing our customers with unparalleled customer service, competitive delivery times and outstanding product quality.

We are an environmentally conscience company. Our manufacturing facilites adhere to strict environmental guidlines for cleanliness and waste management. We also strive to make our products as energy efficient as possible thus helping the planet and saving you money.

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Please contact us with any questions at one of our locations.!
Winnsboro, LA  318 435-6190
Monroe, LA    318 324-8884

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