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Creosote is a highly flammable tar residue that can form when wood is burned incompletely. A smoky fire without enough oxygen or a...
Mortar is porous, allowing it to absorb water. Over time and with the addition of freezing temperatures, water can expand in the mortar...
A leading cause of chimney leaks is cracks or damage to the chimney crown, which is the top of the chimney. The chimney crown was designed...
If you have a brick chimney, you may experience issues with brick spalling. Much like the makeup of mortar, the porous nature of brick...
While your prefab chimney may not have the other leak issues that stone and masonry chimneys can experience, an area exposed to leaks...
Before you install a new furnace or before you convert to a gas appliance, you should be sure that all areas are thoroughly inspected and...
Your chimney liner serves a vital purpose in your chimney system by channeling heat and gases up and out of the chimney and blocking the...
Customers often (falsely) believe that their fuel or utility supplier provides furnace flue upkeep. If your home has a furnace...
While there isn’t a set formula for how often you should have your chimney cleaned, you should schedule an annual chimney...

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