Hamilton Parker Company acquires Mount Vernon Mantel Company

The Hamilton Parker Company has acquired The Mount Vernon Mantel Company, a leading provider of classic residential mantels that are uniquely designed to meet builder needs.

"We are proud to welcome the quality craftsmanship of Mount Vernon Mantels as a sister company to the Hamilton Parker family," said Adam Lewin, president, Hamilton Parker Company. "This diverse and affordable product line will support our continual focus on customer service and satisfaction."

The Mount Vernon Mantel Company manufactures classic designs and castings that are made broadly accessible through direct buying, modular production and wood-processing technology expertise. Specializing in cabinet designs that house virtually every major fireplace manufacturer's brand and style, Mount Vernon Mantels offers builder-customized style, pricing and delivery.

Previously owned by Columbus Wood Products, Mount Vernon Mantels serves hearth dealers nationwide who offer quality manufactured mantels to builders and remodelers. Mount Vernon Mantels is based in Delaware, Ohio, and can be reached by telephone at (888) MANTEL 1 or by fax at (740) 363-9896. For more information about Mount Vernon Mantels, visit www.mountvernonmantels.com.

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