chimney ideas. Tuesday , April 03rd , 2018 - 12:21:57 PM
One of the most common issues in chimney flue maintenance is the buildup of creosote. Creosote is an oil that is emitted when woods and other solids are burned, which can solidify and build up on the inside of your chimney. If left untreated, creosote buildup can ignite and cause dangerous chimney fires.
Working together, use the ropes to pull the brush up and down, scrubbing the entire chimney flue. Clean the flue's entrance. At the very bottom of the chimney, often located in the basement, you should find a small door going into the area under the flue. The creosote and soot will have collected there. Use a small spade to shovel it into a bucket. Reattach the damper handle.
If you feel any trepidation at the thought of climbing a ladder or standing on your roof, clean your chimney from the bottom instead, using the method outlined below. If you are unsure about the quality of your roof, or if your roof is slanted and you are not sure you will be able to keep your balance, use the other method.
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