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Stainless Steel Chimney Liners

Whenever A-1 Chimney Specialist technicians inspect a chimney, we always make a detailed assessment of the state of the chimney’s liner. Chimney liners play an important role in your system: They ensure that your chimney is safely and efficiently doing its job of containing and removing harmful gases and byproducts from your home, and containing heat and keeping it from nearby combustible materials. Gaps, cracks and voids in your chimney liner could be allowing gases and other byproducts to leak into your home. Over time, chimney liner damage can lead to damages in the chimney masonry itself, which can mean dangerous conditions and costly repairs, restoration or rebuilding.

It’s smart to take care of any chimney liner problems as soon as they’re found. Chimney relining can be a cost-effective way to extend the life of your chimney considerably, keeping your home and family safe and warm for years to come.

Stainless Steel Chimney Liners Are A Popular And Effective Option

There are several different circumstances that might make relining with a stainless steel chimney liner the best choice for your home. The material is safe, sturdy and resilient; it won’t rust and will effectively stand up to the use of many fuels, including wood, gas and oil. Stainless steel liners can be a very cost-effective investment in your chimney system. And when you choose a licensed, certified chimney company like A-1 Chimney Specialist to install your chimney liner, stainless steel liners also carry a lifetime warrantee.

Is A Stainless Steel Chimney Liner Right For You?

You might choose a stainless steel liner:

  • To upgrade or repair your existing liner – Do you have a clay tile chimney liner that’s cracking or splitting? Are you looking to save on fuel costs by making your system more efficient? Relining with a stainless steel liner can bring your chimney back to functioning its best, and make your system much more efficient by eliminating leaks, cracks and gaps that exist in your current liner.
  • To add a liner to a chimney in a historic home – Many historic homes were built with chimneys that don’t have liners at all. That makes for an inefficient system — and worse, a dangerous one. If your chimney doesn’t have a liner, adding one will bring your historic home up to a level of safety and efficiency that you can feel comfortable with (and will bring your home up to current codes and standards). At A-1 Chimney Specialist, we have years of experience working on historic homes, built as far back as 150 years ago.
  • To resize your flue to work with new appliances – If you’ve recently added, or are planning to add, new heating appliances — for instance, a furnace, water heater or boiler — you may need to resize your flue to work properly with those appliances. An improperly-sized flue will hinder the chimney’s ability to do its job; one that’s too large won’t allow gases to vent properly. A stainless steel liner is a great and efficient way to resize.

Stainless steel chimney liners are just one option for chimney relining. Our CSIA-certified technicians will be glad to inspect your chimney, explain all of your options and help you find the best chimney relining choice for your home.

Call A-1 Chimney Specialist today at 931.967.3595 or schedule an appointment online!

 

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