How We Install Chimney Liners and How It Functions
Our goal is to fit your chimney with the best matched liner for both the size and build of your chimney, as well as the way you use it. That’s why our professional chimney liner installers inspect your chimney and consult with you before the work gets underway.
We’ll help you decide the best type of liner to install in your chimney. Once the liner is chosen and the necessary measurements are taken, we’ll install your chimney liner in a timely, streamlined process at your convenience.
There are chimney liners that are cast in place, with an installation process like that of cement. It creates an unbroken seal along the interior of your chimney, keeping smoke and gas moving through, and out of, the chimney. These chimney liners are often simply referred to as ‘cast in place’ liners. They also have the advantage of reinforcing older chimneys that may be susceptible to damage otherwise, and they’re effective no matter what kind of fuel is burned off through the chimney. Cast in place chimney liners provide excellent insulation and are a permanent type of chimney liner.
Some installed liners are made of clay, and they function very well when they receive proper, and regular, maintenance. You can often see clay chimney liners in older homes, although depending on the fireplace and the frequency of its use, they may need more regular inspections for their performance; clay chimney liners are also a more cost effective method of installing a chimney liner.
A more modern method of installing chimney liners uses metal materials, with a faster and easier installation process. These chimney liners are a safe, and long lasting option for most chimneys, old and new. Metal chimney liners are well suited to a variety of different chimneys of all shapes and sizes, so these chimney liners are also used to reinforce, repair, and upgrade older chimneys. We typically use either aluminum or stainless steel, ensuring that the metal we use fits your needs and connect to your chimney cap.
Our team will install an aluminum chimney liner if you use gas appliances only. Stainless steel chimney liners are ideal for a variety of fuel types, so if you have a mixed fuel appliance this is ideal. Whether you use a traditional wood burning stove, or you use gas, coal, wood, or oil for fuel, our stainless steel chimney liner installation will provide a safe solution for lining your chimney.
Why You Should Choose Us
When looking for chimney lining near me We realize there are other professional chimney care services out there, but the heart of our business is within our customers. Our greatest concern is ensuring you receive prompt, professional, and courteous service in every interaction, whether you’re calling with a general question, or you need a new chimney liner installed.
Even if you’re not sure exactly what kind of chimney repairs, inspections and maintenance your chimney needs, our team is here to help you understand your chimney, and how to keep it working safely and efficiently.
As a local business, we care about our community. When you call our phone or walk in our doors, you’re as good as family. We treat every customer with the same care and diligence as we do for our own families at home.
Chimney maintenance and upkeep is paramount to safely using your stoves and fireplaces, and we take safety seriously here. If you haven’t been having annual inspections and maintenance on your chimney, then your chimney is past due. Our chimney services help you prevent costly future repairs, as well as fire and chemical hazards. With our chimney service and installation team on your side, you can have peace of mind while you sit by the fire, knowing your family and home is safe and well cared for.