5 Install Tempered Glass Doors
Having tempered glass doors + a heat/air exchange on your chimney is one way to maximize the efficiency of heating your home.
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4 Close Your Fireplace Damper
Keeping your damper closed when your chimney is not in use is an often forgotten heat & energy saving task that should be done every time the fire goes out and the smoke clears. This one simple trick will keep the draft out and the heat in, possibly doubling the heating efficiency of your home.
3 Get Your Chimney Insulated
Chimney liners, chimney liners, chimney liners! Lining your chimney/flue with a high efficiency insulated liner will not only greatly increase the heat efficiency + output of your fireplace it will protect your chimney masonry from corrosive byproducts and creosote buildup increasing the safety and further preventing chimney fires.
2 Replace Old Fireplace Damper Seals
Loose or cracked chimney flue damper seals is a very common cause for loss of heat in chimneys. Take a look! Are your chimney flue damper seals loose? Replacing them is a no brainer then. Looking for an expert to check them out for you? Give us a call 704-343-8788 let us know what you need and we’ll send a tech out asap
1 Have A Professional Chimney Inspection
Chimney inspections will give you a tell-all for getting the most out of your fireplace, professional chimney experts will look your chimney up and down, inside and out, providing you with a complete rundown of all the heat efficiency opportunities and safety concerns. If your chimney is dirty the best chimney inspection professionals will clean it for you. There’s really no reason not to have your chimney inspection done at least once a year and especially if you have any concerns about your heat efficiency or the safety your chimney.