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What Is the Best Chimney Cowl for a Stove?

A proper chimney cowl is an important piece of the puzzle. It keeps your stove running smoothly, prevents animals from nesting in your chimney, and maintains adequate chimney draft – all of which play significant roles in keeping your heating system efficient and safe.

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How to Install a Stove & Chimney Flue on a Narrow Boat?

There's something undeniably idyllic about chugging along the tranquil waterways of a canal. But let's face it, all that serene water surrounding you can also act as a powerful heat sink, leaving you yearning for warmth on those chilly evenings.

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How to Install a Wood Burning Stove?

So, you've been dreaming about a cosy wood-burning stove, haven't you? You've seen them in your friends' homes and admired them in glossy magazines and lifestyle websites. And now, you've finally decided to go for it and get one for yourself.

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Stainless Steel Chimney Liner Advantages

 

As the weather gets warmer and warmer, there is no better time to mend a chimney. Letting go of worn components and replacing them with newer and more durable parts is more often than not a common routine of chimney repairs.

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Chimney Cap Installation Guide

When assembling a chimney, it is amazingly important to remember to take all the necessary steps to make it as safe as possible.

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Flue liner installation instructions

If you install a chimney liner into an existing chimney, be sure to get the chimney cleaned first, as this will ensure there is no residual soot or other obstructions that could create difficulties with the installation.

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Why You Should Install a Chimney Flue Liner

Building regulations do not insist that you fit a chimney flue liner. So why would you do it?

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Insulate a flexible liner -Why and How

Flue liner insulation will improve the draw significantly.

Choosing the right product and technique to insulate a chimney liner is a big step in maintaining a safe and efficient home heating system.

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How to install a twin wall flue through the house

An internal flue system is kept warmer than an external one and, therefore, keeps the flue gases hotter, resulting in better draw and fewer tar deposits. It is cheaper, quicker, and easier to install an internal twin wall flue system than an external twin wall flue system.

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How to instal an external Twin Wall Flue

When it comes to increasing the productivity and safety of your home heating system, a twin wall flue system is one of the best options available to you, owing to its ability to withstand external elements while offering a reliable solution for routing exhaust gases safely out of your home.

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How to Clean Your Chimney

A clean chimney means you won't have to worry about a chimney fire due to creosote buildup. It's all about making sure those cosy evenings by the fire remain exactly that - cosy and safe.

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When to Install a Chimney Liner?

Let's go over the telltale signs that your chimney needs a liner or a new one. And for the DIYers out there, don't miss our comprehensive guide that walks you through every step of installing a chimney liner yourself.

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