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Cleaning the flue
It is important to regularly clean your flue. If you do not regularly clean your flue, it could cause a flue fire or carbon monoxide poisoning. If a heater is fired, there are unburned particles in the flue correctly. These particles then attach themselves to the colder walls in the upper part of the channel. This is soot, also known as creosote. This soot forms a tarry, highly flammable layer. Because it is highly flammable, a flue fire actually almost.
Maintenance of the flue
Maintenance on your flue is of great importance. If there is stoked in the stove, come unburned particles in the flue correctly. These particles adhere to the colder walls of the channel. If your flue is clogged by the gas or failure, can have dire consequences. Think of a flue fire or carbon monoxide poisoning, but also things like replacing your flue. It is therefore important to have your flue once in a while and kept clean.
Renovation of the flue
Each hearth produces waste materials, also referred to as flue gases. These combustion gases must be properly and safely disposed of. This happens through a drain, or a flue.
The flue is an important part of your fireplace. If there is something wrong with the drain, it is important that it be replaced. Otherwise you run the risk of chimney fire or carbon monoxide poisoning. This undoubtedly will cost more than just repair your chimney.