Throat Damper Vs. Top-Sealing Damper

Your chimney damper is one of the most critical components of your fireplace system, and it’s important to choose the right one for your needs. When you’re changing out a system or replacing a stuck or damaged throat damper, top-sealing dampers are the...

Uses for Fireplace Ash

Spring is nearly here, and if you’re like most, you’re wrapping up your burning season. This means scheduling your annual inspection, seasoning wood for next season, and clearing all of that ash out of your firebox. Actually, clearing out ash at the end of...

Where Is My Smoke Chamber? What Does It Do?

If you own a fireplace, but aren’t well-versed on chimney anatomy, you’re not alone. There are actually quite a few parts that much up your fireplace and chimney, all of which need to work together to give you the best burning experience possible, so remembering the...

Fire Starting Tips for Fall and Winter

The cold and blustery days of autumn are upon us and soon it will be time for cozying up around a warm fire with your family. Nothing beats the feeling of warmth and ambiance that a fireplace provides. Starting a fire in your wood burning fireplace may seem simple,...

Could you have a leaky chimney

With fall weather just around the corner, fireplace usage is probably on your mind! That said, if you’ve recently noticed water dripping into your firebox, unpleasant smells, unsightly stains, or any other type of water-related issues, then it’s likely you have a...