Chimney Caps are use to prevent the entry of Rain, Snow, Leaves, Birds, Rodents and nesting animals such as Squirrels. Limited lifetime warranty
Pricing: starting at $180
Pricing: starting at $220
Traditional dampers are located in the "throat" of a fireplace. They are made of cast-iron and are housed in a low-tech frame work.
Cast-iron plate and frame do not seal tightly, allowing energy dollars to escape. These cast-iron dampers do not seal well—they have a leaky, rough, metal-to-metal seal. Recent lab studies have shown that even a new throat damper can leak up to $200 of heating and cooling a year. Imagine how much energy an old, rusted out damper leaks!
The energy saving dampers, rubber gasket seals tightly like a storm door for your fireplace, and keeps heating and cooling dollars where they should be...in your home.These dampers mounts on top of your chimney .They operates easily from inside your firebox and seals tightly every-time you close it—eliminating any draft by keeping the cold air out and the heat in. It also keeps rain, snow, animals, and rodents out of your chimney. Includes limited lifetime warranty.
Pricing: starting at $599
We Sold and install wood stove free standing and inserts in keeping with Local, International and Residential Building Codes. And also the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA)211 standard for Chimneys, Fireplaces, vents, and Solid Fuel-Burning Appliances
Installation: Price varies $2200.00
Severe spalling and deterioration is cause by water penetration
Efflorescence stains caused by water penetration and leaching salts are unsightly and add to deterioration
Water penetration and freeze/thaw damage result in loss of insulation value and lead to structural failure
Water Damage Can Be Prevented
Chimneys are highly exposed to the elements and, unprotected, are susceptible to structural deterioration.It is important to address this problem before serious damage occurs. A complete protection program should include a chimney cap and repair of any cracks or deterioration on the crown, mortar joints and flashing; in addition to an application of ChimneySaver Water Repellent to the entire chimney.
Due to crack, missing joints, severely deteriorated chimney flue liner or unlined chimney, we recommend relining the chimney flue with stainless steel liner to prevent any further deterioration that could result to flue blockage, which could cause a puff back inside your home. This could lead to carbon monoxide and possible chimney fires.
All of our installations complies with Local, Residential and International Building Codes. In addition, all installation is in keeping with the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) 211 Standard for Chimneys, Fireplaces, Vents and Solid Fuel-Burning Appliances.
Price Varies $1900.00
Due to new VOC regulations, the sale of regular ChimneySaver Solvent Base has been prohibited in certain states so far including California, Connecticut, Delaware, Illinois, Indiana, Washington D.C., Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont and Virginia.
Protect Your Investment
There are approximately 40 million masonry chimneys in North America and the most common problem with these structures is water penetration. Water cause over a billion dollars in damages annually in the from of staining, loss of insulation value, freeze-thaw damage, deterioration, and ultimately structural failure.
ChimneySaver is a WATER REPELLENT- not a water sealer. The difference could save you hundreds, or even thousands of dollars in repairs because sealers can actually damage masonry. Unlike waterproofing sealers that remain on the surface. ChimneySaver penetrates deep enough to protect masonry from destructive water penetration while maintaining the structure's vapor permeability.
ChimneySaver is an investment in long- term protection that will help prevent expensive reconstruction . No water repellent, however, is a substitute for good construction and workmanship.The first step in preventing water damage is to make necessary repairs to structural cracks,damage crowns,flashing, deteriorated bricks, and motor joints. The second step is to protect porous masonry from further water penetration by applying ChimneySaver Water Repellent.