What is ChamberGuard?
Chamberguard is an insulation system critical in the restoration process of the smoke chamber in a residential chimney.
Using refractory pargeting material, ChamberGuard is a highly tested, high performance material designed to strengthen, streamline and restore the critical smoke chamber areas of a chimney.
How does ChamberGuard work?
ChamberGuard is a high-performance insulation and refractory pargeting material, critical in the restoration process of
What does ChamberGuard do?
ChamberGuard helps smooth jagged, corbelled walls typically found in the smoke chamber. Creating a smooth transition between the smoke chamber and flue liner, ChamberGuard helps improve air flow.
By removing the jagged walls and creating a smooth transition into the flue, homeowners see improved draft and flow of the fireplace.
How ChamberGuard works:
- The unique insulating properties of the ChamberGuard material improves the safety of the chimney by reducing radiant heat transfer through the smoke chamber.
- Using a proprietary formula, ChamberGuard creates a chemical reaction that decreases hydration fractures found in other smoke chamber pargeting products.
- When properly installed by a Firesafe improved contractor, ChamberGuard complies with the I.R.C. building codes and N.F.P.A.-211 guidelines for a smoke chamber pargeting material in residential fireplace chimneys.
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Why choose ChamberGuard?
- Twenty-five year limited guarantee.
- The first choice of chimney professionals nationwide.
- Improves the safety of chimney and home.
- Increases structural integrity of the smoke chamber area.
- Typically improves the draft or performance of the fireplace.
Frequently Asked Questions:
Yes, ChamberGuard has a 25-year limited guarantee warranty when installed by one of our certified chimney renovation contractors.
Yes. Due to the specific customization process, all chimney products are only available to contractors.
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