chimney flue


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flue

An incombustible, heat-resistant enclosed passage in a chimney to control and carry away products of combustion from a fireplace to the outside air. Often, several fireplaces within a home are connected to a single large flue, but it is also common to carry up one flue for each fireplace.
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Baltimore detective Emmett Fields (Luke Evans) investigates a double murder in a supposedly locked room, where one girl's body is discovered wedged in the chimney flue.
Baltimore detective Emmett Fields (Luke Evans) investigates a double murder in a locked room, where one girl's body is discovered wedged in the chimney flue.
It was restarted again after fire crews dealt with hot debris at a chimney flue.
Most furnaces sent the majority of the heat out the chimney flue instead of to interior living spaces.
To increase efficiency the chimney flue extension is proposed using three columns by double height with a diameter of 4.
Occupants of two north Eugene apartments were displaced Tuesday after firefighters extinguished flames found inside a wooden enclosure surrounding a metal chimney flue.
At the end of the life of the log, the cleaning agents actually rise up into the flue and attract themselves onto the creosote that's on the chimney flue," he says.
The colder the chimney flue, the more the creosote accumulates, so we wanted an inside chimney.
Fit a chimney flue vent at roof level and fit an airbrick vent where the fireplace is being removed.
filters, blocked return air registers, inadequate ventilation, blocked chimney flue, or inoperative CO alarms.
Here's a quick and inexpensive way to add a handsome side table to your patio: Top a large flowerpot, chimney flue tile, or ready-made metal table base with a 2-foot-square cast from a cementlike material called nonshrink grout.
Even more importantly, leaving the chimney flue open all the time sends the warm air in your house straight up the chimney.