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Chimney Caps and Chase Covers

Chimney Rain Caps: Do It Yourself Installation Advantages

Chimney rain cap stainless steelWhy invest in a Stainless Steel Chimney Cap?


There are several dangers in not investing in a Stainless Steel Chimney Cap.  They are as follows: excessive moisture from rain and snow, debris from leaves and sticks, birds bats and other animals, sparks can fly from top of chimney in a chimney fire, and water in your furnace.

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Choosing a Chimney Cap for Chimney Pipe - About Chimney Pipe Caps

Air Cooled Chimney Pipe ImageThere are two main types of prefabricated chimneys: air cooled chimneys and insulated chimneys (often referred to as solid-pack or non-air cooled). Each pipe requires a different type of chimney cap. If you look up at your chimney and you do not see a chimney rain cap on your flue, then a cap should be installed immediately to prevent costly repairs down the road.

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Fireplace Dampers | Put a Top Damper on the Top of Your To Do List

chimney top damperIs there a large hole in your living area that is directly connected to the outside? There is if you have a fireplace with a chimney.


The damper is an important part of your fireplace chimney. It does more than just control the amount of heat your fireplace sends into the room; it can also help prevent heated air loss through the chimney or down drafts when the chimney is not in use. An improperly sealing or broken damper could increase your heating and cooling costs significantly, and these days, it is important to conserve as much as possible.

 

 

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