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Chimney Liner Pro

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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To measure for a chimney liner kit you need to determine the physical dimensions of your chimney as well as the specific requirements for the type of appliance you are hooking the liner to.Read More
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If you look online at a chimney products site, you will see that you can choose from a variety of different materials for a chimney liner. You will also see that metal chimney liners come in convenient kits, complete with a flexible metal liner and all the necessary fittings to complete your installation.Read More
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Your masonry chimney is vulnerable to attack by water from both the inside and the outside, but there are steps you can take to protect it. The outside of your chimney is exposed to weather all year round.Read More
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The chimney liner inside your flue is one of the most critical parts of your chimney system, so it is important to keep it maintained properly. The chimney liner seals the flue walls so that smoke and other combustion products cannot leak into the external chimney structure or attached building before they are exhausted out the top of the chimney.Read More
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Creosote buildup inside your chimney is the primary reason you will need to have the chimney cleaned, and it is the primary cause of chimney fires. Creosote is one of the chemical products of incomplete combustion of fuel.Read More
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The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) lists leaking chimneys among the primary sources of carbon monoxide inside homes and other buildings. Carbon monoxide is a clear and odorless gas that results from incomplete combustion of fuels.Read More
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If your fireplace drafts poorly, it is not only annoying in terms of making your house smell like smoke, but it is also wasteful and dirty. A poorly drafting fireplace burns wood inefficiently, belches smoke with little heat into the house, and sends smoky incompletely combusted gases up the flue, where layers of thick soot and creosote are deposited every time you build a fire.Read More
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If you spend a little money and time, you can keep your chimney system in top condition so it will give you many years of trouble free operation. You can easily do some of the tasks yourself to save money, but for other things it is best to hire a chimney specialist.Read More
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What is a Chimney Liner?

4/10/2010 2:49 PM

A chimney liner is essential to chimney and fireplace safety. This is a brief detail of what a chimney liner is.Read More
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Improper chimney sizing is primarily an issue when venting appliances. A very common example of this is the fireplace insert or woodstove which is vented.Read More
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