Inside your chimney is a passage for flue gases, created by combustion, to exit your home. This passage is called a liner. However, some chimneys do not have a liner and flue gases travel inside the bricks that make up the chimney. If there is no liner in your chimney or if any of the flue tiles become cracked or broken, we recommend installing a stainless steel chimney liner. Our liners are appropriate for furnace flues, and fireplace flues.
A chimney liner insulates the chimney and prevents flue gases from entering your home. In addition, a chimney liner:
- Increases structural stability of the chimney
- Eases maintenance
- Improves fuel efficiency
- Increases fireplace safety