Chimney Caps



Harsh New England weather can be relentless on our chimneys here on
the Cape. Exposed flues without caps are a perfect avenue for snow and rain
to enter your chimney. Water damage to clay flue liners and corrosion of dampers, cleanouts and metal connector pipes are frequently found in uncapped chimneys.



Raccoons, squirrels and birds find our chimneys to be a perfect shelter for nesting and having their young. Nesting material from birds and squirrels can completely block a heating system flue, causing dangerous carbon monoxide to back up into the home. These are not marketing scare tactics, but real life situations that TOP TO BOTTOM encounters frequently out in the field!
 

 





























Raccoons
, squirrels and birds find our chimneys to be a perfect shelter for nesting and having their young. Nesting material from birds and squirrels can completely block a heating system flue, causing dangerous carbon monoxide to back up into the home. These are not marketing scare tactics, but real life situations that TOP TO BOTTOM encounters frequently out in the field!