We do a number of different type of cowls. They can be broken down into three categories.
Cowl that protect your chimney – Rain Cowls, Chimney Caps and Bird Guards
Cowls that prevent or help alleviate down draughts-
Cowls to reduce wind noise-
All the cowls listed above with the exception of the bird guard are available in Terracotta and Buff with the exception of the bird Guard.
We can fit any of the cowls listed if you live in the Dublin area, all chimneys must be accessible and no higher than two storeys..
Advantages of a Chimney Rain Cowl
It will protect your chimney and home from water intrusion and dampness around and down your chimney.
Birds cannot get through a chimney rain cowl, small birds may make it through a chimney bird guard.
All Purpose Anti Downdraught Cowl €99.99 (Price for supply and fit of one cowl, addtional cowls charged @ €50.00)
Highly effective in preventing downdraught
Made from 1.2mm Aluminum and Stainless Steel
Suitable for pot sizes up to 300mm
Stainless Steel birdguard
Unpainted version suitable for most fuels
Tested to BS715: 1993 and against BSEN 1856
Height 140mm, Width 310mm
Chimney Capping Cowl-
Used to cap off unused chimneys, once your chimney is capped your your fire fireplace can no longer be used.
Provides good ventilation which can be adjusted by raising or lowering the arms.
A universal fitting fits all 125mm (5") to 250mm (10") chimney pots.
Brewer Aerodyne Cowl-
Adjustable to fit 150mm -
Three methods of securing cowl to pot: either four hook bolts and wing nuts, adjustable expanded sleeve or stainless steel strap
Suitable for use on solid fuel systems -
Manufactured from 1.2mm thick high grade aluminium alloy -
Chimney and flue systems must be swept before any terminal is fitted to avoid possible problems in the future.
Advantages of having a Brewer Aerodyne Antidown Draught Chimney Cowl Fitted.
The Brewer Aerodyne Cowl has been in constant production for about 50 years and has abundantly proven its worth in curing downdraught, showing that the laws of aerodynamics don’t change. As wind from any direction passes through the cowl the unique venturi shaped surfaces cause a drop in air pressure which draws smoke and fumes up the chimney for dispersal to atmosphere.