I happen to be locating a small colony on the roof of my home and the issue is chimneys and smoke. As we know smoke alarms bees to fire and my concerns are them breaking their winter cluster from the slightest smell of smoke. I have two fireplaces where one is used pretty regularly the other maybe twice a winter (for an hour or so) and if I place the colony 15 feet from the little used and 30 feet from the high use chimneys will this present any problems for the colony in the winter. Most winter winds here are from the southwest and I always learnt to point my hive's entrance south, so I could direct it south-east to aid the situation. I live on a 1/4 acre of land and figure this location would be better then on the ground to retain neighbor relations. Thanks for any insight.