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Chase Covers, if not replaced when needed, could cost you thousands of dollars in repairs, such as rotten wood repairs, foundation problems, and severe mold and other costly issues. 


Chase Covers like these from Covenant Chimney Service start at $500.00

**3 Important Reasons Why You Need A Chimney Cap**

1)   Rain protection - water causes the greatest damage to your chimney  of any of the elements. It soaks into the porous bricks, eats away at the mortar, hastens the destruction of the chimney liner, and destroys the chimney crown. A chimney cap does a great job of protecting your chimney from water damage.

 2) Animal protection - one of the greatest sources of danger to homeowners is the threat of disease from animals like raccoons, squirrels, birds, and rodents that make their home in their chimneys.  A well-made  chimney cap will keep those animals out of your home forever. Sturdy mesh and a strong lid keep even the    most determined critters at bay.

2)   Spark protection - the mesh screen on chimney caps protects your home from sparks emitted from your chimney. That means less danger of a fire caused by stray sparks from your fireplace or wood stove.

Need A Chase Cover?


  Factory built or pre-fab fireplaces do not have the same type of caps or dampers as a full masonry fireplace. Factory built fireplaces are metal fireplaces. These fireplaces are most common in new homes these days because of the lower cost associated with the installation and materials of the factory built system. While some are usually built inside of masonry structures they are uniquely different. Below is a picture of a chase cover replacement. A chase cover is essentially the roof of a factory built chimney. Chase covers are  metal and should be replaced about every 12 to 15 years. 

**We Install Complete Damper Systems**


   Here at Covenant Chimney Service we offer a lifetime warranty on all of our stainless steel damper systems. Our dampers are top mounted and dub as a chimney cap and damper all in one. All top mounted dampers have an airtight seal when damper is closed, saving you big money on your energy bills. Conventional dampers have a metal-to-metal seal, which tend to leak air from your home. A lot of fireplaces don’t even have dampers. Dampers range in many different sizes based on your flue size. Call us today for a quote on an energy saving lifetime warranty damper system.

OUR SERVICE AREAS INCLUDE: NASHVILLE, FRANKLIN, BRENTWOOD, BELLEMEADE, WEST MEADE, BELLEVUE, MOUNT JULIET, LEBANON, MADISON, ANTIOCH, HERMITAGE, DONELSON, LAVERGNE, SMYRNA, THOMPSON STATION, RIDGE TOP, HENDERSONVILLE, GOODLETSVILLE, MURFREESBORO, CRIEVE HALL, GREEN HILLS, AND MORE. 
ADDITIONAL TRIP CHARGES MAY APPLY IF OUT OF THE LISTED AREAS

When a "Lock Top Damper" is closed, the rubber seal at the top helps to keep the air from pulling in through the chimney, helping to control the negative airflow, which can cause particulates to enter the home. and help control bad smells like "Camp Fire" type smells as well as mildew smells. Breathe easier tomorrow with a Lifetime "Lock Top Damper System" from Covenant Chimney Service (Nashville Chimney) today.
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​Chimney Repair

Here at Covenant Chimney Service (Nashville Chimney) we are a full service, one-stop shop for chimney maintenance. We want to make sure you and your family's home is safe. Call and see how Covenant Chimney Service (Nashville Chimney) is earning Nashville’s trust, one chimney at a time. Call us for your appointment today. (615) 259-3372

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 The pic on the left shows obvious signs of water damage. The chimney crown (the mortar top that is broken), loose brick, cracked mortar joints, and no chimney cap are just some common problems we at Covenant Chimney Service (Nashville Chimney) in Nashville see quite often. We have cost effective solutions to all these common chimney problems. 

 The pic on the right shows a simple diagram of a common masonry chimney.