“Smokeless Chimney” began as a simple observation of an old brick chimney that no longer releases smoke. The older home where the chimney exists may have had a coal-burning furnace at one time. Our home did when I was a child in a neighbourhood very near here. Bringing back memories of shuffling down to the basement to stoke the coals and get the fire going in the early mornings. I can imagine the dark sooty clouds escaping from this chimney in the cold winters past. This chimney is probably now only used to vent vapours from the natural gas-fired furnace […]
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