A chimney funnels flue gasses, smoke, and other emissions from your furnace, wood stove, or fireplace to the surface of the building. Chimneys are commonly found on the roof and mostly made from brick, although stone and other material used sometimes, Chimneys are sometimes decorative, but they shouldn't be. an easy brick shaft is mostly sufficient. Chimneys are important for several reasons. For one thing, they bear away the smoke from a wood stove or fireplace and forestall your living areas from clouding. Chimneys also prevent dangerous by-products of your furnace or fireplace, like monoxide, from entering your home and harming your family and pets. Chimneys must be cleaned periodically to stop a build-up of creosote, a natural by-product of wood fires. Left unattended, the creosote can become a hearth hazard. Chimneys for fossil fuel fireplaces require less frequent maintenance. Brick chimneys also are subject to weather and decay, as moisture can seep in between the bricks and destroy the mortar over time.
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