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    Chimney Cap Accessories

    A variety of accessories can be installed to make your chimney the perfect fit for your home. If you're having trouble with little animal visitors, install a strong screen which will make entrance impossible. There's even a specific design that will keep birds out! Adaptors provide a smooth transition from roof tiles to the chimney opening. Flue stretchers raise your chimney an extra foot or so, preventing smoke from reentering your home. There's an answer for common chimney problems.
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    By Danny from Breckenridge, TX on July 13, 2016
    My chimney is not finished properly because the clay pipe is level with the top of the chimney. I need a chimney cap that will cover the outside edge of the brick. Do you sell something like this?
    By Chris C. on July 14, 2016

    Answer:
    You may consider a top mount cap measuring just less than the brick to brick dimensions of your chimney. Being that the clay liner is flush with the crown, I would suggest the Multi-Flue Semi-Custom Gelco Chimney Cap - 8" High Mesh, then choose the correct width for your chimney.

    By Robert from Houston, TX on April 8, 2015
    My chimney flue is 17" standard mason size. It is mortared into a brick chimney that is flush on top. It measures 28x28 inches. Do I need an insert type for the inside flue or a 28x28 to fit over the whole chimney top?

    By Brennan W. on April 8, 2015

    Answer:
    We would indeed suggest a chimney cap that covers the entire top, such as the Multi-Flue Semi-Custom Gelco Chimney Cap - 10" High Mesh.

    By Janet from Pangburn, AR on October 13, 2015
    We are removing a brick oven and need to cover the flue hole on the inside of the house. What is the part that we should use called?
    By Will M. on October 13, 2015


    By Johnny from Greensboro, North Carolina on January 4, 2013
    Can you tell me how to install a stainless steel mesh on a existing chimney cap?
    By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on January 6, 2013

    Answer:
    If you are installing a pre made spark arrestor screen, it can generally be installed by removing the lid of the chimney cap, then sliding the mesh into place. It is usually designed to expand and hold itself in position. If you using non formed mesh, you will need to do the same, but the mesh will need to be secured to the underside of the cap by using "L" brackets, along with machine screws and nuts.



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