How to Maximize Efficiencies with your Fireplace
How to Maximize Efficiencies with your Fireplace Your chimney offers a warm and inviting ambiance for you, your family and your guests. And with proper
An out-of-sight-out-of-mind approach can lead to a dangerous surprise. Your chimney liner must be at its best so it won’t let you down.
Your chimney liner is the vent attached to your fireplace or appliance and vents all smoke and gases out of your home. We offer different options for repairing chimney liners, and can be made from flue tile or metal.
Heatshield Resurfacing for Flue Liners: We are certified in the HeatShield process of restoring clay chimney liners. This product restores your original chimney liner by resurfacing the entire inside. It can also be used to fill in missing mortar joints in between flue tiles. Making this a less expensive repair. HeatShield gives you a lifetime warranty and is not as costly as a steel liner.
Stainless Steel Chimney Liners: We can use a stainless steel liner. This involves removing the inner flue tile and replacing it with a lifetime warrantied stainless steel insulated flue liner. This is a time-tested method, but is also time consuming and destructive, thereby costlier than a HeatShield repair.
An out-of-sight-out-of-mind approach can lead to a dangerous surprise. Your chimney liner must be at its best so that it won’t let you down.
Your chimney liner is the vent attached to your fireplace or appliance and vents all smoke and gases out of your home. We offer many different options for repairing chimney liners and will always have your best interest in mind!
You have vertical cracks in your flue tile. Though they may look small, when heated these cracks enlarge and create areas where smoke can build dangerous amounts of flammable creosote. Similar to gaps between your flue tile, you now have a fuel source that’s not restricted to your chimney liner.
Metal flues can have ripples or folding pieces of inner liner that causes hotspots. These can be potential areas where creosote builds up and cannot be removed, creating a hidden danger.
The bad news is that there is no way to repair a factory-built metal chimney. The only solution is to replace it with a new chimney system that is UL listed for the specific factory-built fireplace or appliance.
The good news is that if it comes to it, we are the experts to replace the chimney system for you.