How to Install a Chimney Chase Cover (with Video)

| 4/3/2016 1:06:00 PM

Tags: chimneys, woodstoves, videos, do it yourself, home heating, fireplaces, Michigan, Jaquelin White,

DIY Chimney Chase Cover Before 

Above: Before chimney chase cover installation

Chimney Chase Cover Installation After

Above: After chimney chase cover installation

Installing a chimney chase cover is a common project among do-it-yourself homeowners. Many homes were built with galvanized chase covers which rust after a few years – causing leaks and rust stains. Homes that were built with a masonry chimney eventually end up with a cracked and weathered mortar crown, also causing leaks and damage to the home.

Below, we will explain in full detail how to install a chimney chase cover. After reading, you will see how simple the installation is and know the basics for how to install your own. 👈 go here
5/28/2018 1:45:58 PM

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7/11/2016 5:27:05 AM

Thanks for sharing this awesome video and post as many of us has so many questions about chimney chase cover installation process. It is an simple process but if you do not want to get it done by yourself then professional chimney expert at would be the best option for you. If you're noticing a leak or rust stains down the side of your chimney, it is time to replace the rusted cover with a stainless steel cover. Stainless steel covers will never rust, so this will be a one-time fix.

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