Copper Chimney Caps:
- A chimney cap is a protective covering that sits on the top of your chimney.
Usually made of steel or copper mesh, chimney caps come in a variety of materials and design styles made to match the look of popular home designs.
- The cap itself helps protect your chimney from rain and dangerous downdrafts.
Winters in New England are best spent in front of the fireplace with family; we can all agree about that. But have you thought about what your chimney is up to while you’re enjoying the fire? Our chimneys play an essential role in our homes’ safety and the management of the fireplaces within them.
Fireplaces require maintenance, not only for the fireplace itself but for your roof and related ventilation system as well. B&W Roofing offers copper chimney caps; not only do they function better than most other chimney caps, but like all other copper elements, they add style to your home, boosting your curb appeal and home value.
Roof vents are air intake and exhaust vents that work to ventilate steep-slope roofing systems. Roofs need to breathe, and roof vents provide a means of getting the outside air into the roof and back out.
In-take Roof Vents: are located along a roof’s lowest eave at or near soffits or eaves, while Exhaust Roof Vents: are used to allow air back out from attics or other ventilation spaces. Exhaust vents are placed near a roof ridge or high point.
Roof vents are commonly fabricated from steel or other non-rusting metals like copper. Copper roof vents provide another opportunity for homeowners to dress up their homes with a unique detail that will function just as well as it looks.
B&W Roofing can help custom fabricate copper roofing vents for both the intake and exhaust of circulating airflow.