Chimney Care

A 7-post collection

How a Chimney Cap Will Benefit You This Heating Season

Chimney caps are placed on the exterior of your home, on top of the chimney flue outlet. Our chimney caps are high quality, durably made, and will last you many years without needing replaced. Learn more about the benefits of a chimney cap. »

How to Prevent Fires by Managing Creosote Buildup

Creosote is an inevitable result of wood and coal burning, and carries a fire risk if it builds up in large quantities. Learn how to manage creosote buildup and prevent fires in your chimney or wood stove. »

Precautions to Take When Burning Wood

Taking precautions for wood burning safety is an absolute must when you have a fireplace or wood stove in your home. No matter if you use it as your main heat source or as a supplemental heat source to lower utility bills, there is a potential for the unthinkable to »

Chimney Cleaning: A DIY Project or Hire a Professional

Chimney cleaning and maintenance is a must to keep your home and family safe. Regardless if you have a wood burner, pellet stove, gas fireplace, or other appliances that exhausts through a chimney system, the particles it gives off will build up over time. This build-up is called creosote and »

Anti-Creo-Soot: The industry standard for modifying glazed creosote

While there is no replacement for having your chimney annually swept, using Anti-Creo-Soot (or ACS) will improve the safety and efficiency in your wood or coal burning stoves, furnaces, boilers, fireplaces, and pellet stoves. Anti-Creo-Soot is a safe, non-toxic advanced catalytic manganese formula that is non-flammable, non-corrosive, and leaves less »