The Best Chimney Caps, Damper Caps & Covers In Dallas & Fort Worth, TX!

Your chimney is a beautiful addition to your home and you want to keep it that way. You want to keep it protected against the heavy rains and strong storms we have here in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, and you want to make sure water and animals don’t make their way into your chimney and home. Fortunately, we can help.

Chimney Caps, Damper Caps, Chase Pans & Covers: What’s the Difference?

So, what’s the difference between these various components? We’re glad you asked!

  • Chimney Cap — A chimney cap is a metal chimney component that covers the flue itself. Although these are great for keeping animals and moisture out of your chimney flue, they don’t offer protection to the entire chimney top or crown.
  • Custom Cover — A custom cover will, like a chimney cap, provide protection to your flue opening, but it also covers the entire crown or chimney top. With a custom cover, it doesn’t matter what style or size you need, you’ll get guaranteed protection for your entire chimney top.
  • Chase Cover – A chase cover is a metal covering that sits atop a factory-built chimney, sort of like a chimney crown. It’s important to note that your flue will still extend past the chase pan, so you’ll still need to get protection for your flue in the form of a cap or damper cap.
copper chimney cap

Stainless Steel Cap

Basic but still quality chimney cap

Custom cover

Create your own design

Factory Built

with chase cover that had been replaced

Don’t Leave Your Chimney Unprotected

We get our fair share of severe weather and heavy rain here in DFW — don’t leave your chimney vulnerable. Instead, invest in a chimney cap, top-sealing damper cap, custom cover, or chase pan. You’ll find the best of the best here at Black Velvet Chimney. For more information or to request an appointment with a Chimney Safety Institute of America (CSIA)-certified chimney professional, call Black Velvet at 817-473-4466 or request more information online. We look forward to hearing from you!


If you’re having problems with a chimney that isn’t drafting properly, ask our sales and installation experts about the advantages of adding a draft fan to your system.