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All of our chimney liner products are made from the highest quality stainless steel and aluminum in the industry. Everything is in stock and ready to be shipped in 2 to 5 business days. We offer the best warranties in the industry, free shipping, and donations to Wounded Warriors. We have a large catalog of products and a custom fabrication shop, please call us now if you can't find your chimney liner product. 1-800-785-9124

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A high quality chimney cap can reduce long-term maintenance costs on your chimney, improve the safety of your home and improve the external appearance of your house, all for a relatively small investment. Chimney caps are inexpensive and easy to install, so this final element in your chimney system is not something you should neglect.Read More
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Chimney caps are available in a variety of materials, including stainless steel. The chimney cap design and construction material that is right for your chimney depends on a number of factors, including the types of fuels your chimney cap will be venting combustion gases from, the aesthetic effect that you want your chimney cap to have, and the amount of money you want to spend on it.Read More
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Your chimney and all of its related components make up a complex system that is subjected to many years of harsh operating conditions. Extreme temperature fluctuations inside the flue, deposition of corrosive compounds on the flue or liner walls, effects of weather on the outside of the chimney, and eventual deterioration of construction materials all combine to make it inevitable that chimney liner problems occur over time.Read More
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A chimney liner T connector is one of several types of connectors used to properly connect the vent from a fuel burning appliance to the chimney liner. There are many kinds of prefabricated connectors designed to make installation of a chimney liner or other vent pipe easier and cheaper than it would be if a skilled pipe fitter had to construct the joints on site and custom fit them to the job.Read More
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There are many benefits to installing a chimney liner inside your flue and there are a variety of materials that can be used in chimney liners. Chimney liners can be made of molded cement, clay tiles, rigid metal pipes or flexible metal pipes.Read More
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There are some things you can do to prepare for installing your new chimney liner which will make the process easier and less expensive than it could be if you do not plan ahead adequately.Read More
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A well chosen chimney cap will not adversely affect your chimney’s draft, and it might even improve it. Under some circumstances, a poorly maintained or badly designed chimney cap could make your chimney draw badly. . If your chimney does not have a cap, there are many reasons why installing one is a good idea.Read More
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Keeping your chimney liner clean is an important factor in maintaining and safe and efficient chimney system. If your chimney liner vents only gases from appliances that burn natural gas or fuel oil, frequent cleaning is not necessary as long as your system has proper fuel combustion, but if you have a wood or coal burning fireplace or stove you should clean your system at least once per year.Read More
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Your chimney liner is one of several components in your home’s fuel burning systems.

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If you have a wood burning fireplace inside your home, you can probably do some simple things to your fireplace and chimney to improve your home’s energy efficiency. Some of these are free and will give you an instant return on your time investment, while others can cost a bit of money.Read More
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