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Lyemance Dampers

 

 

Lyemance Dampers - The Whole Story



See why most dampers perform poorly and cost you money.
 
Traditional dampers are located in the "throat" of a fireplace. They are made of cast-iron and are housed in a low-tech frame work. These cast-iron dampers do not seal well—they have a leaky, rough, metal-to-metal seal. Recent lab studies have shown that even a new throat damper can leak up to $200 of heating and cooling a year. Imagine how much energy an old, rusted out damper leaks!
 
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Cast-iron plate and frame do not seal tightly,
allowing energy dollars to escape.
 
The Lyemance Energy-Saving Damper seals tightly to save you money.
 
Lyemance's rubber gasket seals tightly like a storm door for your fireplace, and keeps heating and cooling dollars where they should be...in your home. Lyemance mounts on top of your chimney to keep out animals and rain. Lyemance easily operates from inside your firebox and seals tight everytime you close it—eliminating any draft.
 
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Lyemance mounted on the top of the chimney.
 
 
 
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Red, silicone rubber gasket under
Lyemance lid seals tightly to eliminate draft.