CC103 - Hip and Ridge custom chimney cap

Hip and Ridge Chimney Cap

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CC100 - Flat roof multi-flue aluminum chimney cap

Simple Multi Flue Chimney Cap

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CC101 - Concave copper roof standing seam chimney cap

Concave Roof Chimney Cap

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CC103 - Crown Ornamental Chimney Cap

Crown Chimney Cap / Shroud

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CC110 - Bell roof multi flue decorative chimney cap

Bell Roof Chimney Cap

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#CC106 - Cathedral style roof copper multi flue chimney cap

Cathedral Roof Chimney Cap

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#CC200 - Stainless steel chimney chase cover

Chimney Chase Cover (Economy)

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CC107 - The Royal Chimney Cap / Chimney Shroud

The Royal Chimney Cap / Shroud

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CC108 - Basic multi flue simple copper chimney cap

Basic Multi Flue Chimney Cap

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CC102 - Rake standing seam chimney cap

Rake Standing Seam Chimney Cap

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#CC105 - Covered wagon round roof style multi flue copper chimney cap

Wagon Roof Chimney Cap

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CC104 - Multi flue Gable Roof lead coated copper chimney cap

Gable Roof Chimney Cap

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CC109 - Barrel chimney cap in coppertone steel

Barrel Roof Chimney Cap

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#CC300 - The Hard Hat Copper Chimney Pot

The Hard Hat Chimney Pot

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CC302 - Octagonal copper chimney pot

Octagonal Simple Chimney Pot

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CC301 - The Lighthouse 8 sided chimney pot

8 Sided Lighthouse Chimney Pot

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Expanded Metal for Chimney Caps (DIY)

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Lead coated copper chimney cap with concave metal roof panelsK&M Sheet Metal specializes in the custom manufacturing of chimney caps, chase covers and pots.
Add a classic and finished look to your chimney, while protecting it from water damage and animals. All of caps and pots are custom made to order to ensure an exact match to your chimney. Normally, materials such as copper, zinc, stainless steel, galvanized steel or aluminum are used. Raw materials or materials that can be soldered or welded are an optimum choice for a better built, longer lasting item.
If you have a different idea, look or design that you want for your home or next project, let us know and we’ll help you in designing your own unique chimney cap that not only functions but becomes your own architectural design statement.

  • Custom size chimney caps
  • Made to order per your specifications
  • Copper, Aluminum, Stainless Steel & other materials
  • Upload your own design

How much do chimney caps cost?

Chimney Caps are made to order. Click here for pricing on standard models. For others, please contact us for an estimate.

Chimney Caps, Chase Covers, Pots & Shrouds

CC100 Series – Multi Flue Chimney Caps

These chimney caps cover the whole chimney, and therefore one or multi flues. The base of this cap is normally open, to accept one or multiple flues easily, but it can be customized to be completely closed off, except to allow flues (like a chase cover), allowing for maximum protection when needed. Something we can custom cut here, or that can be custom cut on site. These caps come with many designs, including concave panel roofing, hip and ridge, flat roof etc. Available in a plethora of materials.

CC200 Series – Chimney Chase Covers

Chase covers are the most cost effective way to protect a chimney. These can be manufacture completely closed off to be custom cut on site, or K&M can pre cut  holes to accept the flues, while attaching a collar. A vent will be needed to complete installation. Chimney chase covers are a very economical alternative for protecting a chimney.

CC300 Series – Chimney Pots

Chimney pots can be mounted on a chimney, a clay flue or on a chimney cap (usually a chase cover). These items are normally used for their decorative purposes, along with functionality.

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FAQs – Frequently Asked Questions

Do all chimneys need a chimney cap?

Not necessarily, but they are recommended in areas with a lot of rain, snow and heavy wind that causes debris to fall into a chimney. Most caps are used for added protection / decorative purposes.

What is the function of a chimney cap?

A chimney cap protects a chimney structure from water, small bugs an animals as well as acting as a decorative item.

What is a chase cover?

A chase cover is the most basic way to protect your chimney. It is basically an upside down pan with a hole and colar to allow for a flue to pass through.

How are chimney caps installed?

There are a few different ways:
The most common and recommended way is to fasten a cap from the side. We call this a side mounted cap. It sits on the top of a chimney and comes down on the sides, normally about 3". This is the skirt portion that is used to fasten the chimney cap to the chimney.
Another way is to have a top mounted cap. This does not have a skirt, it only sits on top of a chimney. It is normally attached with liquid nails or similar construction adhesive.
Chimney caps with side tension screws are widely sold. We don't believe in this method as it tends to fail over time and therefore do not offer this option.

What is the best material for a chimney cap / top?

We believe in anything that can be soldered or welded. Copper, stainless, lead coated copper, freedom gray, mill finish aluminum etc. We do make caps with kynar material, aluminum, steel, galvalume plus, but such have to be sealed and riveted together.

K&M Sheet Metal supplies custom metal chimney caps to Contractors and Home Owners in the local North Carolina Market (Raleigh, Charlotte,  Durham), along with  the neighboring states of South Carolina, Tennessee and Virginia as well as nationwide shipping.