marshlander wrote:Chimney cowls used on redundant flues are usually a mushroom shape or bonnet hood. This type of chimney cowl is only used to provide flue ventilation in an unused chimney and should NEVER be used on a live chimney. If you bought this on the advice of a builders merchant they should be shot!
GeorgeSalt wrote:Is that the exact cowl you've bought, or just one that looks a bit like it?
It very clearly says "Suitability : Redundant Flue" on the page you linked to.
Millymollymandy wrote:Bloody smilies, always being used. I hate them and they should be banned.
No I won't use a smiley because I've decided to turn into Boboff, as he's turned all nice all of a sudden. Grumble grumble.
Crickleymal wrote:No, only to stop rain coming down and rusting the stove. I can easily make one like this http://www.chimneycowlproducts.co.uk/ac ... xing_.html
I bought the ceramic one because it fitted the pot that I was buying and it was there. Cash flow problems may mean I can't afford to get another one.
GeorgeSalt wrote:Standard cap for a woodburner installation in the UK is a simple (and cheap) zinc cap with birdmesh round the sides
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