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Bon·net

(bō-nā'),
Amédée, French surgeon, 1802-1858. See: Bonnet capsule.

Bon·net

(bō-nā'),
Charles B., Philosopher, physician, natural scientist, Swiss 1720-1793. See: Bonnet syndrome.
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Evidently, rain penetrated the mortar joints, or more likely, the chimney cap or faulty flashing, and carried the dissolved salts deeply into the chimney all the way through to the hearth, where you found the efflorescence.
Install a chimney cap to prevent animals such as raccoons and squirrels from climbing inside and building nests.
Install a screened chimney cap to keep out the birds and other pests.
If the fireplace is not often used, consider purchasing a chimney cap.
The chimney sweep can also do a cursory inspection to look for loose mortar and bricks, cracks in the chimney liner and any other possible problems like missing chimney caps.
Our clients not only get the best quality of work done but also high quality chimney caps Portland that keeps wild animals away, prevent rain water dripping down your chimney, prevent cold air and keep your home warm as well as more energy efficient.
Cowleys has been a member of Angie's List since 2007 in the following categories, Animal Removal, Chimney Caps, Gutter Cleaning, Holiday Decorators, Insulation, Mold Treatment and Pest Control.