exterior chimney

exterior chimney, external chimney

A chimney located outside, and usually attached to, an exterior wall of a house at the gable end, gambrel end, or mansard end.
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Some features, like the fireplace and the exterior chimney and entryway, were made for purely aesthetic reasons.
If you have an exterior chimney with an ash dump that opens to the outside through a small metal door, you can have an outside air kit installed for around $100.
And check the flue, too, especially on exterior chimneys, where creosote builds faster than on interior chimneys because of lower outside temperatures.