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The U.S. Fire Administration (USFA) collects data from a variety of sources to provide information and analyses on the status and scope of...
A flue directs smoke outside of a home when a fireplace is in use. This duct within your chimney includes a damper that can be opened or...
In tile-lined chimneys, it’s the exceptional chimney that has good mortar joints. In fact, if I were to blindly bet ten people $10 that...
Reduce Damage to Homes from Alternative Heating Sources Consumers often turn to alternative heating systems like wood pellet...
Dealing with a bird in a chimney or fireplace can be a stressful situation, not only for you but for the bird as well. Birds resting or...
Installing a chimney cap is not too hard and the tools needed are minimal. Most chimney caps are made to fit your chimney with four screws...
Spring and summer rain showers and thunderstorms are often a welcome reprieve from the scorching temperatures. In addition to cooling us...
Fire bricks line the floor and walls of your wood stove to protect the steel from excessive heat. The lifespan of a wood stove would...
What you don’t know about your chimney can hurt you – especially if you have a gas-heating appliance that uses your masonry chimney as a...

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