Re: Chimney fire! in reply to George Marsh, 01-19-2013 08:13:07
You often hear and read, including here, about people being sure that they are safe because they get their chimney cleaned every year. Well, tests have shown that it is possible to accumulate enough creosote in 48 hours to have a chimney fire. The safe way to burn your stove is to have an intentional fire in the chimney every day to keep the creosote burned out.
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