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    BigTop 15 in. x 37 in. Copper Multi-Flue Chimney Cover

    List Price: $589.99
    Sale Price: $480.95
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    Manufacturer: Hy-C Company
    Part Number: CBT1537K
    eFireplaceStore Item Number: HYC-CBT1537KD
    UPC: 00020729114260


    • Screen to screen size:  15 in. x 37 in.
    • Hood size:  22 1/4 in. x 46 1/2 in.
    • 24 gauge copper hood featuring scalloped corners and roll formed edges
    • 24 gauge copper plated stainless steel base flanges provide added stability
    • 18 gauge 3/4 in. expanded 100% copper mesh
    • Hood is removable for easy chimney cleaning
    • Heavy-duty welded construction
    • Tapmark masonry screws and tube of adhesive included
    • Slotted hex-head copper plated stainless steel mounting bolts
    • Available with a choice of 9, 12, or 14 inch mesh heights
    • Weighs approximately 20 lbs.
    • Assembly required
    • Limited lifetime warranty
    This multi flue chimney cover not only offers great functionality but also looks great. The hood itself is made from 24 gauge copper. The hood has rolled edged and scalloped corners. The base flanges are copper plated durable stainless steel. The mesh is one hundred percent copper, 18 gauge, 3/4 inch. The hood comes off for easier cleaning of the chimney. All the hardware for installation is included including masonry screws and adhesive. It comes with a lifetime limited warranty.
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    Customer Questions & Answers
    2 Questions & 2 Answers
    from VA asked:
    September 7, 2017
    My flues are 8 x 12 and 12 x 12. There is a space of 7.75 inches between them. The flues are 4" high. How big of a multi-flue cover do I need?
    1 Answer
    You would want about 2" more then its widest width and 2" longer than the longest length. So, if 12" is the width for both, then you want a 16" by 30" cap. On the mesh height, you would use a minimum of 10", but12" would be better.. Or, you can go as high as 16".
    on September 7, 2017

    from Stamford, CT asked:
    October 13, 2014
    I need to purchase a cover for my chimney with 2 13x13 flues. My primary concern is rain and snow. Is the 15x37 the correct size? How should I think about the height of the mesh? Will the copper eventually tarnish? Also, does copper last as long as stainless steel?
    1 Answer
    This size of cap may indeed be the proper size, but it will depend on how much space there is between the 13 x 13 flues and if they are offset. If the flues are not more than 1 inch out of line from one another and there is no more than 11 inches of space between them, this model will work. The mesh height should be tall enough to offer 5 inches of clearance between the top of the flue and the underside of the lid. Generally, 8 inches works best. The minimum can sometimes cause drafting issues. Copper and stainless steel generally last about the same length of time. Copper will tarnish, but the tarnished layer acts as a protecting agent against further corrosion, much like the natural protective layer of oxidation that accumulates on stainless steel. The layer on stainless steel simply does not alter its appearance the way copper does.
    on October 14, 2014

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    By Bill from Kingstree, SC on April 13, 2016
    I would recommend this item to a friend.
    The Big Top is tops!
    This chimney cap really topped-off my new roof job. Looks great! Adds that finishing touch to my roof !
    ProsGood value.

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