on all orders to the lower 48 states
Chase covers are used at the top of chimneys to keep out rain, snow, critters, and everything else. The Chase Cover covers the entire top of your chimney. Used frequently to cover chimney chase surrounds, it fits over the top of the chimney like a shoe box cover fits the top of a shoe box. Watch our Chase Cover Installation video to see how to install and our Chase Cover Measuring Guide Video to learn how to measure for your new cover. Print our Chase Cover Measuring Forms (PDF) for taking notes while on the roof! Measuring is the most important part of ordering a custom cover as they are made custom and are non-returnable.
We can make any chase cover you can image up to 120" x 60" for 22 & 24 gauge and 120" x 48" for 20 gauge. (Larger sizes will be fabricated with an overlapping splice - please call for a quote.)
It is not recommended you install a galvanized chase cover. Galvanized covers rust fairly quickly and will need to be replaced. Click the picture to see a comparison of galvanized vs. a stainless steel chimney chase cover. Think twice before using galvanized as these repairs are only temporary. Rockford's stainless steel chase covers with welded seams will last a lifetime.
Select the number of holes for your Chase Cover by clicking one of the tabs below.