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  • Chimneys for Wood Stoves

    Chimneys for Wood Stoves

    All wood-burning stoves need a tight, well-designed and well-constructed chimney to maximize efficiency and minimize the danger of unwanted fire. Most homeowners who add a wood-burning stove will also have to add a chimney. This publication explains chimney requirements and provides basic informatio... read more

    Jul 07,2021 News
  • We Offer The Best & Most Effective Chimney Flue Relining & Restoration Options

    We Offer The Best & Most Effective Chimney Flue Relining & Restoration Options

    Your chimney liner may not be at top of your mind when you have a fire going in the fireplace, but it’s the real MVP. How so? You know all the smoke, high heat, toxic gases, and corrosive byproducts that the fire produces? Well, without a flue liner, they have access to the combustibles in your wall... read more

    Jul 01,2021 News
  • How to Fix Chimney Draft Problems

    How to Fix Chimney Draft Problems

    Does your woodstove have the hiccups? Does your house smell of smoke much of the time? Do you have a heck of a time getting a fire started? If you have one (or all) of these problems, don't blame the heater. Your chimney is the most likely culprit. There are actually two distinct (though related) fa... read more

    Jun 25,2021 News
  • Solving Chimney Draft Problems

    Solving Chimney Draft Problems

    A. Clean the chimney: A heavy accumulation of creosote in a chimney can block the flue or drastically restrict its effective size. Even minor accumulations increase friction in the chimney and reduce its capacity. Plan to inspect your chimney once a month and clean it as needed. B. Seal leaks in the... read more

    Jun 18,2021 News
  • How to Fix Chimney Draft Problems

    How to Fix Chimney Draft Problems

    Does your woodstove have the hiccups? Does your house smell of smoke much of the time? Do you have a heck of a time getting a fire started? If you have one (or all) of these problems, don't blame the heater. Your chimney is the most likely culprit. There are actually two distinct (though related) fa... read more

    Jun 10,2021 News