The All Season Control Cover, chimney top masonry fireplace damper
system is the primary product manufactured by Benson Energy.
Seal all holes, cracks, and gaps where air can escape, and keep your fireplace damper
closed when not in use.
An open fireplace damper
, for example, may let 8 percent of heating costs go up the chimney.
Close the fireplace damper
when the fireplace isn't in use.
The flue may be too small for the stove, may be clogged or the fireplace damper
Open the fireplace damper
completely before lighting afire, and keep it open until the ashes cool themselves down.
The recommendation then changed to putting the plate above the fireplace damper
and running the pipe to that.
If you have a fireplace, keep the fireplace damper
closed tightly when not in use.
Shut and fasten all your windows and doors tightly, and close the fireplace damper
if you have one.
Be sure that your fireplace damper
is shut and sealed in the summer months to avoid losing cool air through the chimney.
No one knows the chimney at our house better than the squirrel who set up housekeeping on top of the fireplace damper
Check to see that your fireplace damper
is closed tightly to hold cool air in when the fireplace is not in use.