After a few cracked chimneys you might think that the problem was the chimney material.
But that’s not the case.
The problem is a simple design flaw in the chimneys that allows dust to accumulate on the inside of the chimny and collect on the outside.
In a recent report on the issue by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), the researchers said that the cracks could potentially result in “serious injuries and even death.”
The report also found that the majority of the cracks appeared on older chimneys.
While the cracks have been on older models, the cracks are present on newer models.
In an article on the NIST website, the authors said that this design flaw is likely a result of “poor maintenance and/or improper installation of the system.”
If your chimneys have cracks, you might want to do a little research to figure out what to do about it.
The NIST researchers said the cracks were found on models made in the 1970s and early 1980s, with the majority appearing on older, single-piece chimneys made before the late 1980s.
The cracks appear when a dust storm strikes the chimnys, causing the dust to collect on and cause the chimnet to creak.
It’s possible that cracks could also occur if the material used to make the chimniches has been used for a long time.
If your chimnies are cracked, you may want to investigate whether it’s the product of a defective design, or if there are other potential causes for the problem.
One way to prevent cracking is to remove the chimnel material and replace it with a new one that has a different material inside, such as stainless steel or aluminum.
If you do that, you should replace the chimneum with a brand new one.
Another method to prevent the cracks is to use a special dust collector that collects dust on the chimtop, and then filters it out, or you can purchase a product called a chimney vacuum that uses an internal vacuum and filters out the dust on your chimnices.
For more information on dust collection methods, see this NIST article.