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    Chimney Fans - Chimney Exhaust Fans

    Instead of allowing smoke to re-enter your home, utilize the power of a chimney fan. Installed at the top of the chimney, the chimney exhaust fan creates its own draft which results in pulling smoke up and out of your home. In fact, chimney fans are sometimes the only way to deal with major draft problems. Depending on the size of your chimney, you may also need to purchase an adaptor to ensure proper installation. Available for use on multiple heating appliances where manufacturer and local protocols allow, such as fireplaces, furnaces, wood stoves, and more, many fans include a pre-wired junction box, a fan speed control, and a bird screen. Use these fans for your heating appliances and say goodbye to odors, as you relax in your home knowing this product is helping to ensure your comfort.

    Browse Chimney Exhaust Fans

    These designs take the consumer experience into consideration with inherent features specialized to protect your breathing and air quality. Next to these basics, you'll find our models equipped with energy-efficient qualities, since they are, often, manufactured to use minimal energy in your home.

    The chimney products provided on the website help you rise to the occasion demanded for top hearth performance. Our accommodating inventory provides fan adaptors in varying sizes, well-equipped to fulfill your needs with precision and dependability. Stainless steel construction, a common product feature, helps our adaptor selection accomplish this goal, maximizing consumer motivations for selecting from it.

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    Chimney Exhaust Fans Q&A with the NFI Certified Specialists

    * Please Note: All customer questions are answered by our NFI Certified Specialists free of charge!
    1 Question & 1 Answer
    Joe C
    from Streetman, TX asked:
    May 12, 2020
    How do you fit a fan to a rectangular brick and mortar chimney?
    1 Answer
    Our chimney fans offer masonry adaptors to fit and work with a square or rectangular masonry flue.
    Submitted by: Tyler M. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on May 13, 2020

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