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Revitalize your chimney with a stainless steel liner

Almost every chimney built after 1920 is built with a terracotta clay liner. Every chimney needs a liner to protect the brick and mortar from decaying over time. Stainless steel liners are stronger and more durable than terra cotta, making them a safer and longer-lasting choice.

Get lasting performance from your chimney

The interior of the chimney, or flue, is the exhaust pipe for your home and the burner, or boiler, is the engine. When the terracotta flue pipes rot out and crack apart, your home is at risk of soot backing up or even more dangerously, carbon monoxide seeping into your home.

 

One of the cheapest and easiest ways to repair it is with a stainless steel liner "sleeve" inserted inside the old chimney.

Protect your chimney

• Stainless steel liners vent all the gasses that travel through the flue

• Protect your old chimney from further deterioration

• Brick and mortar protection

• Liner installation

• Liner repair

• Lifetime warranty on all stainless steel products

• Chimney inspections

If you have a fireplace, maintaining it is one of the most important things you can do to protect your home and family.

Call us today for an inspection!

Your family's safety is the most important thing to us. Let us help you stay safer with a stainless steel chimney liner.

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