Let Us Restore Your Chimney With A Stainless Steel Reline
Was your chimney built without a liner? Is your clay chimney liner full of cracks, gaps, and holes? Does your flue need to be resized to work with your new appliance? The team here at Chimney Solutions has extensive experience relining chimney flues with durable, high-quality stainless steel liners, and can make sure your chimney is properly fitted and your liner is properly installed.
Why Are Stainless Steel Chimney Liners Are A Good Option?
Chimney liners are typically constructed of clay tiles, aluminum, or stainless steel.
- Clay tile liners can serve you for a good while, but they are susceptible to cracking and crumbling due to moisture and temperature changes (freeze-thaw). Likewise, they are not able to handle the acidic byproducts produced by a hot water tank, boiler, or furnace.
- Aluminum liners can be great for gas appliances, but unfortunately, they are not safe for use with wood-burning fireplaces, stoves, or inserts.
- Stainless steel liners, however, can be used to line chimney flues regardless of fuel type. These liners can take the heat and byproducts produced by wood, gas, or pellet appliances, and will provide years of service. In fact, most stainless steel liners carry a lifetime warranty when professionally installed and maintained.
Regardless of whether you are having your chimney relined as a result of a missing or deteriorating clay tile liner, or you need to resize your flue or replace your existing liner with something more suitable for your new appliance, a stainless steel liner is a wise investment that will serve you well.
Here at Chimney Solutions, we use U.L. 1777 tested and approved stainless steel liner systems to reline chimneys. These liners are extra thick for added protection and carry a lifetime manufacturer’s warranty, so you can be confident in your investment.
Is It Time To Reline Your Chimney?
If you aren’t sure about the condition of your chimney liner or don’t know if your chimney even has a liner, give Chimney Solutions a call! We provide thorough chimney inspections and can use our video equipment to get a good look at the interior of your flue. If we find that your chimney liner is damaged or missing altogether, we can install a new stainless steel liner – mess-free and stress-free. Call us at 317-757-6979 to request your appointment today!
If your chimney has a clay tile liner, your chimney relining issues may be solved by an application of HeatShield® to seal all cracks and gaps. Ask our experts for more information.