Use our clever calculators to see how much warm air is escaping up your chimney and how much you could save with a Chimney Sheep.
The Chimney Sheep ® is low tech and easy to use, but you need to have an idea of the size and shape of your fireplace.
Every chimney in the country seems to be different but luckily the wool compresses into a range of different shapes and sizes.
How much heat are you losing up your chimney? Chimneys are cleverly designed to draw air up and out of a building. If you’ve got the central heating on and the fire isn’t lit, all your precious warm air will disappear up the flue within an hour. Just put your hand in the flue and you’ll be astonished by how strong the chimney draught is. This escaping air needs to be replaced, so cold air is pulled in from under doors and round windows, creating the cold draughts we feel. Now you can stop chimney draughts and reduce chimney heat loss with a Chimney Sheep®! The Chimney Sheep® is a thick layer of felted wool on a handle that plugs the gap just above the fireplace preventing warm air from escaping up the chimney and stopping cold air from coming down the chimney.
Fitting a chimney sheep will save around 4% off your heating bill. That means it should pay for itself within 6 months.
Tests have shown that it also reduces the amount of pollution entering the home.
Having an open chimney is like leaving a window open all the time. Fitting a Chimney Sheep® effectively closes the window.
A lot of happy customers tell us their homes are quieter since they fitted a chimney sheep.
“Hi Sally, my chimney sheep was received last week, installed the same day and is doing a grand job. Just what I had been trying to dream up for years. I will definitely recommend this product to friends and neighbours. Thanks for your prompt service.”
- Gwen, Cheshire
“With the Sheep in place the room is noticeably warmer. If I take it out to light the fire, there is a noticeable up-draught of air sucked up through the chimney – you can really feel it. Worrying to think of that amount of air being drawn out of the chimney all the time before we started using the Sheep.”
- Greg, Keswick