Are You In Need Of An Attractive, High-Quality Chase Cover?
If you have a prefabricated or factory-built chimney, your chimney pipe won’t have a masonry chimney stack surrounding and protecting it. Instead, it should have a metal “chase” around it, which provides both style and protection. The chase is essentially a metal version of a chimney stack, and will typically come with a standard chase cover.
Like the chimney crown on a masonry chimney, the chase cover on a prefabricated system works to close off the chimney (or chase) and keep rain, debris, animals, and other things out. Without a chase cover, your chimney will be wide open and highly susceptible to damage.
Why Is The Chase Cover So Important?
Although water, animals, insects, birds, and debris can be a threat to any chimney system, they can be especially destructive to prefabricated chimneys. Prefabricated chimneys and fireplaces are constructed primarily of metal, which can rust and deteriorate when consistently exposed to moisture. Without a properly fitted chase cover, it won’t be long before you’ll have to replace your prefabricated chimney and fireplace.
But not all chase covers are created equal – in fact, chase covers come in a variety of materials, styles, and designs. Is your chase cover designed to give your prefabricated chimney the best possible protection?
Here at Atlas Chimney, we carry and install some of the best chase covers available, for both single and multiple flue chimneys. Whether you’re looking for a galvanized steel chase cover or something more durable and long-lasting, like a stainless steel or copper chase cover, you’ll find it here.
We’ll Help You Find The Perfect Chase Cover For Your Home
No matter the size of your prefabricated chimney or the style or price point you’re after, let Atlas Chimney help! We’ll help you find the perfect chase cover for your system so that you get the protection and look you’re after! Click here or call us at 512-CHIMNEY to get started with an appointment! Our technicians can answer any questions you may have about the pros and cons of each type of chase cover and will provide expert installation services. Call today!