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According to the most recent statistics from the Consumer Product Safety Commission, an average of 25,100 chimney fires are responsible for 30 deaths and $126.1 million in property damage on average each year.
When It Comes to Chimney Safety, D-I-Y Can Spell Disaster!

The National Fire Protection Association and the Chimney Safety Institute of America both recommend that homeowners call a qualified professional for an annual chimney inspection. Only a qualified professional will be able to identify and resolve structural and maintenance issues before potential carbon monoxide intrusion and chimney fire hazards risk your time, health or money.
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Chimney Flue Caps

The chimney cap we add to your home will prevent weather from spilling down your chimney.  Chimney caps will also help keep fire sparks down where they should be and not hopping out onto your roof (which can be a big problem, especially with wooden shingles!)

Another benefit of chimney caps is that they can prevent birds raccoons and other animals from turning your chimney into their homes! 

Chimney flue caps keep nature out of your chimneys.  Rain, wind, and animals are all kept from getting inside your chimney.

There are basically two types of chimneys and chimney caps to install on these chimneys:

  • Prefabricated chimneys designed in the mid 1980’s
  • Masonry chimneys with an exterior brick façade

The single flue caps come in standard sizes: 8x8, 8x13, 13x13, 8x17, and 13x18.

The multi-flue masonry chimneys or non-extending flue tiles installation is more difficult.

Concrete Chimney Crowns

A chimney crown is a masonry roof that covers the roof your chimney. The concrete crown prevents water from seeping into the masonry below. 

The concrete crown of the chimney can sometimes become cracked and allow water to flow into the chimney. If the cracks are extensive a new crown may be needed.

Call us today at 303.973.7376 to schedule your appointment or if you have any questions.  You can also request your chimney service appointment online.

Chimney Caps, Crowns, Chimney Flue Caps, Denver, Colorado

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