Lords Chimney can make sure you have a correctly-sized cap and that it is properly installed to keep water out for the life of your chimney.
If you have a prefabricated fireplace, it’s important to know that not just any chimney cap will do. Manufactured chimneys must have the proper manufacturer-specified chimney cap. We are happy to locate and install the correct cap for your prefab chimney.
9539 Town Park Dr, Houston, TX 77036
Business Hours: Mon – Fri: 9am – 5pm
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Why Call Lords Chimney?
We are experienced and certified chimney experts and have long been trusted by Texas residents to provide high quality services. We get numerous calls each year regarding chimney caps in the Beaumont, TX area.
Lords Chimney Company Owner, Lee Roff
We have over 250 reviews on Google with a 4.8 rating
Our technicians are certified with the Chimney Safety Institute of America
Our technicians are background checked and drug tested
We are Insured
We have live people on staff that will answer your call
We have an office location should you ever need to come visit us
Virtual Assessments Available!
What Is A Virtual Assessment?
Our Virtual Assessments allow us to evaluate the state of your chimney system and provide you with information completely online. Learn more below!
Why You Need A Quality Chimney Cap
A quality chimney cap that is also properly fitted will last longer and keep your chimney better protected, that simple. In addition, a good chimney cap will:
- Eliminate moisture damage: Water entering your chimney erodes masonry and mortar joints and will cause your damper or firebox to rust out or decay. This leads to expensive repairs and creates a potential hazard.
- Prevent bird and animal invasion: Chimney caps protect your chimney from nesting birds, squirrels, raccoons, and other disease-carrying animals.
- Protect against airborne embers and sparks: Our chimney caps have 18 gauge mesh that reduces the risk of fires caused by embers and sparks exiting your chimney flue.
- Guard against flue blockage: Leaves and debris entering your chimney can cause flue blockage and lead to fire, smoke damage, or even carbon monoxide poisoning.