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1009 Adjacent Chimneys of Different Heights - Heating - Metal Chimneys or Vents
 
1009 Adjacent Chimneys of Different Heights - Heating - Metal Chimneys or Vents -

Image Text: Higher chimney can be damaged by exhaust from lower chimney > chimneys should be at least 16 inches apart

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