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Understanding the Anatomy of a Chimney 

You use your chimney almost every day during the fall and winter; it’s like an old friend who is always there for you. But have you ever wondered how a chimney works? What are the parts that let a chimney do what it does? If you have ever wondered- here is a guide to understanding... Read more

Do I Need A Chimney Cap?

Having a chimney as the weather starts to cool down is a cozy and comfortable addition to any home. But, if it’s not in perfect condition, it may make for less-than-ideal conditions. If you find yourself having issues with water, debris, or even unwelcome critters, your chimney cap may be the culprit. While this is... Read more

Can You Remove a Chimney Breast Wall?

The chimney breast wall may not be a familiar term, but it’s easily recognizable as the “case” that encompasses the chimney that juts out from the wall, typically on the house’s ground floor. Most breast walls are made from bricks, stones, or concrete, and they’re responsible for ensuring proper ventilation of toxic gases and smoke... Read more

Is a Damper and a Flue the Same Thing?

Sometimes the flue and damper are used interchangeably, but they are actually two different but vital components necessary for a safe and efficient fireplace. It is recommended that you schedule an annual chimney inspection which includes checking the flue and damper for signs of wear and damage to ensure your fireplace and chimney remain safe... Read more