Chimneys should be capped for various reasons: keeping the rain out, preventing animals from getting down the chimney, ensuring the proper air flow thru the chimney, keeping sparks from flying out, just to name a few. Before you come in, make sure you know what type of chimney you have, how many flues, and the size of chimney so we can help you to the best of our ability. Note: metal chimneys have multiple walls depending on age and type so take this into account.For masonry (clay tile) chimneys, there are a variety of caps available. They range from the wide selection of metal and painted stainless steel that we stock in our spacious warehouse to stone or clay ones in a variety of shapes that we can easily order from our manufacturers. These caps can fit one per flue. If the chimney has multiple flues, each flue could be capped or one cap over all depending on distance between the flues and the size of the chimney overall. Caps for metal chimneys can be a little more complicated than masonry. Metal chimneys were tested with specific chimney caps, especially fireplaces. Therefore, the best cap is the one designed for that chimney system. The manufacturer and model of the chimney would be needed. This is usually located on the pipe. Measurements of the diameter of the pipes will help.
Material choices: Aluminum, Stainless steel. Sizes: Custom made. Features:
Material choices: Copper, stainless steel, black printed Galvanized Steel. Sizes: Stock sizes available plus custom sized options. Features:
Sizes: 8 x 13, 13 x 13. Features:
Material choices: Copper, Stainless Steel, Black painted Galvanized Steel. Sizes: See brochure. Features:
Material choices: Aluminum, Stainless steel, or Copper. Sizes: Custom made. Features:
Material choices: Stainless Steel. Sizes: 6", 7", 8", 9", 11", 12" (other sizes need to be ordered). Features: