If you have a Monessen Direct Vent gas fireplace, which includes a glass front, read on.
Safety Barrier Screen Request
Fireplaces and other hearth products are beautiful, functional additions to any home, but they can pose a risk when not used and attended to with proper vigilance. Learn more about the importance of fireplace safety and the steps you can take to ensure safe fireplace operation in your home.
Keep It ClearThese heating appliances reach extremely high temperatures while in operation and during cool-down. Keep clothing, furniture, draperies and other combustibles away.
Secure Safety BarrierEnsure that a safety screen is securely in place when your hearth is in operation to reduce the risk of potential burns. Missing a screen? Find out how to get your screen here.
Use CautionFireplaces remain hot for a period of time even after they have been turned off. Carefully supervise children during and after fireplace operation.
The glass and metal surrounding your fireplace will reach extreme temperatures during operation and remain hot for a period of time after your product has been shut off. Always supervise and keep children a safe distance away to prevent accidental contact with the glass.
A protective safety screen will help prevent skin from coming into contact with the hot glass, greatly reducing the risk of serious burns. The screen should not be removed or altered in any way.
Are you looking for more safety information? Visit the Hearth, Patio & Barbecue Association website, or view the resources listed below.
Questions? Contact us. Call 1-888-427-3973 or email us by filling out the form below to receive your safety screen.
For products manufactured before 2015:
We will provide a safety screen free of charge, you simply pay shipping costs ($15 USD/$25 Canada).
For products manufactured after January 1st, 2015:
The safety barrier screen that was originally designed, tested and ANSI certified with your product can be easily purchased from your local dealer.
Gas fireplaces and insert model and serial numbers are in the control compartment area, under the smoke shield or on the firebox side column. Gas inserts model number and serial numbers are in the control compartment area, under the ash lip or on the firebox side.
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