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If you live in an older home that was built before the 1940′s, your chimney was probably built without a clay tile liner. Starting in the 1940′s clay tile liners were built into the chimney during construction, and in more recent times many homes are built with prefabricated metal chimneys rather than with traditional brick and mortar ones.Read More
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When you are considering installing a chimney liner, be sure to plan to include proper insulation in your design. You or your installer may be tempted to cut corners by putting a chimney liner inside the flue without insulating it, since it is cheaper and easier to do it that way, but the benefits of chimney liner insulation far outweigh the small cost of doing it properly.Read More
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Chimneys are a wonderful thing. Not only do they add to the aesthetic beauty of a home, but they also help keep your family safe from the smoke and harmful gases that would leak into your house without them. So, since they are so important to protecting your family, it is imperative that they be protected themselves.Read More
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Types of Chimney Caps

6/29/2015 12:00 AM

If your flue vents directly into the air at the top of your chimney, there are a lot of reasons why you should install a chimney cap. A chimney cap covers the flue, allowing enough space for smoke and gases to escape unimpeded. It keeps snow and rain out of the flue and off the masonry crown and may be screened to keep trash and small animals out.Read More
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If you have a wood burning fireplace inside your home, you can probably do some simple things to your fireplace and chimney to improve your home’s energy efficiency. Some of these are free and will give you an instant return on your time investment, while others can cost a bit of money.Read More
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A chimney liner covers the inside surface of the flue, which is the opening inside the chimney that carries smoke and gases from the fireplace or other fuel burning appliance and safely vents them outside. Clay tile, cement, stainless steel and aluminum are common chimney liner materials. Here are seven benefits of a stainless steel chimney liner:Read More
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If your fireplace is not drawing well, you need to take steps to correct whatever is causing the problem. A badly drawing fireplace, or any other badly drawing fuel burning appliance, is a safety and maintenance hazard. If your fireplace does not draw well, it does not burn your firewood efficiently, so you get more creosote buildup inside your chimney, you waste money on fuel, you are likely to smell smoke inside your house.Read More
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If you have a standard fireplace that vents up a brick and mortar masonry chimney, you probably enjoy building a roaring fire on a cold winter night and cozying up with a glass of fine wine or a good book or somebody special. You may not know that your fireplace is an air polluting energy hog.Read More
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Chimney caps are a vital part to a properly working chimney. The cap, which caps off the actual chimney liner, keeps rainwater and other debris from falling into your chimney. Also, most chimney caps have a wire netting that wraps around it that serves as a barrier to animals and birds that would otherwise try to make a nest within your chimney.Read More
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The inside of the chimney is not something most homeowners spend a lot of time thinking about, at least as long as everything appears to be working properly. But, chimney problems can begin long before you are aware of them and if you ignore them too long you could endanger your family’s health and safety.Read More
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What Is A Chimney Damper?

2/24/2015 12:00 AM

Energy is getting more and more expensive every day. Therefore, it is important to conserve as much as possible when it comes to heating and cooling your home. In order to help conserve energy in homes with chimneys, you should probably install a chimney damper. A chimney damper seals off the chimney flue while it is not in use and keeps that valuable cool or warm air in your house.Read More
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If you have a wood burning fireplace, a fireplace insert, or a woodstove, you may be curious to know what is the best firewood to use. The simplest answer is that you should use the driest, best seasoned wood you can get. Dry wood will burn more completely than green wood, resulting in a hotter fire with less smoke. A cold, smoky fire that comes from using unseasoned wood will make more creosote build up in your chimney liner than you would have with dry firewood.Read More
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Nothing is better to top off those long winter days than coming in your home and thawing out in front of a fire. For some, that fire should be nothing less than a natural wood fire. However, others are just longing for a nice warm fire and don’t care what the source is. Granted, the crackling and popping of a wood fire along with the aroma that it gives off is even more relaxing.Read More
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Modern houses and other buildings usually have prefabricated metal fireplaces and flues, rather than traditional brick and mortar fireplaces with brick chimneys surrounding clay tile flues. The frame that is built around a modern prefabricated chimney is called a chase. The chase is usually constructed of wood framing covered with a skin of siding, masonry or stucco. In high quality construction, the space inside the chase outside the flue will be insulated.Read More
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Chimneys in some form or another have been an inextricable part of our lives for hundreds of years. Vital to centuries of domesticity and industry, the chimney has become a ubiquitous sight in many countries around the world.Read More
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They stand like giants, breathing smoke into the atmosphere, tall and seemingly indomitable. Yet all things on this earth have a lifetime, and chimneys are no different. And when it comes to their demolition, the old maxim rings true: the bigger they are, the harder they fall.Read More
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The Outside of Your Chimney

1/12/2011 12:00 AM

A chimney is made up of many different parts. Some may think that the most important parts are on the inside of the chimney. However, every part on a chimney plays a very important role in making the chimney work. The outside of a chimney is there for support and protection from the elements.Read More
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There are a lot of animal lovers out there who enjoy watching the birds and squirrels play around in their back yards. Then, there are those who like animals but curse the squirrel that keeps getting into the bird feeder. There are also those who would rather not have anything at all to do with these critters.Read More
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Chimney and Fireplace Safety

1/9/2011 12:00 AM

Snuggling up in front of the fire on a cold winter night can be like a tropical paradise sometimes. Nothing feels better than your fingers, toes and nose thawing out in front of a natural fire. However, if the proper safety is not taken when using the fireplace and chimney, then things can go wrong; quickly.Read More
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What is a Chimney Pot?

1/8/2011 12:00 AM

A chimney alone is a great architectural addition to a home. Historic homes that were built when fireplaces and chimneys were the only method of indoor heating usually have several chimneys that just add more character to the home.Read More
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Chimney caps are like the topper on a Christmas tree. However, unlike a Christmas tree topper, a chimney cap is much more than decoration. They are vital organs to a chimney that should be well taken care of and replaced when needed.Read More
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Chimney pots are a wonderful addition for the already-beautiful masonry of a chimney. They can add grandeur to the chimney that just needs a little extra touch.Read More
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Finding information about chimneys can be easy. However, some of the terminology used when describing a chimney may be a bit confusing. It is important to know what the words mean in order to understand exactly what you are reading. Otherwise, you would just be reading and not really absorbing.Read More
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If you give your chimney any thought at all, you probably see it as little more than a pile of bricks with a hole through the middle that carries smoke out of your house. While this is fundamentally correct, the brick exterior of your chimney is only a small part of a complete system that keeps your house safe and warm.Read More
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There are many factors that affect a chimney’s drafting ability. Depending upon a number of factors, the presence of a chimney liner can either hurt or help your fireplace’s drawing ability. It is critical that a fireplace or other fuel burning appliance draw enough air into the fire and up the chimney to support complete combustion of the fuel. If you have bad draft, you will have a cold, smoky fire,Read More
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If you need to install a new chimney liner inside your flue, you need to take care to choose the correct size of liner to use.Read More
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A chimney liner is the material on the inside walls of your flue that keeps the combustion products that are flowing up your chimney from escaping into the chimney structure or even back into your house before they can be exhausted to the outside air.Read More
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Any appliance that you have that burns fuel needs to be vented to the outside of your home. This can be done through a chimney liner, which is the material on the inside of your chimney’s flue that contains the combustion products from your appliance until they are vented out the top of the chimney.Read More
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A good chimney cap is the finishing touch in your overall chimney system design. A variety of chimney cap materials are available to fit your unique needs.Read More
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If your chimney liner installation conforms to chimney liner industry standards, your chimney should give you many years of safe and efficient operation. A properly designed and installed chimney liner is a crucial part of your overall home fuel burning system.Read More
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