I got mine at a local hardware store, Be sure to spend a few bucks more and
get stainless steel. I had a black one and after the paint started to chip
after a few years, it started to make a mess with rust down the chimney side
I wholeheartedly second this suggestion. A galvanized cap has a very short
warranty, while most stainless caps have lifetime guarantees. Unless
you're the sort to regularly inspect your cap, the first sign of trouble
will be the rust streaks running down your chimney. Buy stainless and
forget about it.
Many home improvement stores or fireplace stores will have caps in stock,
as will chimney sweeps. You can also order online. This took about a
minute to find:
When adhering to terra cotta, you want to avoid over-tightening and
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