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It is the major element responsible for getting rid of smoke and combustibles from your fireplace, up the flue, and out of your home. After many years of usage, the flue liner can put on down, crack, or wear away. Linings assist chimneys transport gasses as well as the heat outside, yet it’s common for old homes too not have a lining in all.

How does the chimney lining help?

It is the major element responsible for getting rid of smoke and combustibles from your fireplace, up the flue, and out of your home. After many years of usage, the flue liner can put on down, crack, or wear away. Linings assist chimneys transport gasses as well as the heat outside, yet it’s common for old homes to not have a lining in all.

Why Reline Or Resurface?

  • Old, harmed chimneys commonly get the safety and performance upgrade they need with a basic relining or repair of the existing cellular lining. Chimney Professionals are available to reline gas as well as oil ovens and fireplaces, along with timber stoves. We utilize stainless-steel linings on most of our smokeshafts, though we also in some cases recommend making use of HeatShield Flue Sealant, which enables us to restore clay flue linings and saves you the cost of rebuilding or relining with a stainless steel smokeshaft lining.

  •  These tiles can hold up against incredibly high temperatures, and they stand up well against the corrosive byproducts of burning that travel through the flue on their escape of the chimney. As soon as installed, clay liners will stay in good shape as much as half a century. Nevertheless, when the clay floor tiles become cracked as well as broken with time, it can be costly to fix them or to change the liner as it is a really tough as well as taxing task. When the HeatShield Smokeshaft Repair Work, as well as Resurfacing System, was developed around twenty years earlier in Europe, relining a clay and repairing tile lining became so much easier and also less pricey.

Benefits of the proper liner insulation

Smokeshaft liner insulation provides many benefits in regards to improved system safety and security, enhanced efficiency as well as lowered maintenance cost, and in simply a short period of time could spend for itself. By maintaining combustion gases hot up until they leave the flue, your protected chimney lining will certainly gather much less moisture as well as creosote. Inevitably your device will certainly burn much more successfully, the liner will have much less creosote deposits, as well as fewer cleansings will be needed than with uninsulated liners, saving time and money. Mounting a stainless steel smokeshaft lining is a economical and simple means to fix a tatty, hazardous, or ineffective smokeshaft flue.

A traditional stonework chimney consists of clay ceramic tile linings bordered by a block, rock or brick structure. When they are built or to deal with interior damages in an existing smokeshaft, stainless steel liners can be installed in masonry smokeshafts. Existing stonework smokeshafts ought to be examined by a qualified chimney sweeper prior to a wood-burning device is connected. Due to the fact that a conventional stonework chimney works and also has no insulation as a heat sink that takes in flue gas heat, it is recommended to set up a stainless steel chimney lining before using it to air vent a timber heating device.

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If you’ve noticed cracks, crumbling, or rust along your firebox walls, give Chimney Professionals a call today! We provide free quotes and can deliver the results you’re after, so you can enjoy your fireplace another year! 

Need Professional Chimney Relining & Resurfacing Services?

For the last 45+ years, residents throughout the area, Chimney Professionals are giving service, install, and restore their fireplaces and chimneys. We’re dedicated to providing the most reliable, thorough, and courteous service in the area, and work hard to keep our neighbors and their homes as safe and as efficient as possible. One of the most common services we provide to this end is chimney relining and resurfacing.

What Is The Purpose Of The Chimney Liner?

Every time you enjoy a fire in your fireplace or stove, combustible byproducts, gases, and smoke are produced. These byproducts and health hazards have to go somewhere, and the liner’s goal is to contain them and direct them up the chimney to the outside. A quality and well-maintained liner will do just that – but an unlined chimney or one with a deteriorating liner will allow the heat and byproducts to access nearby combustibles and enter the home. Not only that, but a chimney with a missing or damaged liner will suffer from poor draft, rendering the entire system inefficient. As you can see, a secure lining system is crucial to the safety and well being of your home and family.

Why Reline Or Resurface?

  • To repair damage to the chimney, which may have been caused by a chimney fire, earthquake, settling, etc.
  • To upgrade old chimneys which were constructed without chimney liners, or that have deteriorated or have incomplete parge coating.
  • To replace cracked, worn, deteriorated liners, which may be allowing smoke, creosote or condensation to seep through the chimney walls. This may allow for heat transference to combustible materials. According to the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), clay flue tiles within a chimney should be replaced if they are cracked, broken, or missing.
  • To properly size the chimney for a new appliance; such as converting from wood to gas heat.
  • To prevent excessive creosote buildup (and risk of a chimney fire)

Water damage, chimney fires, or just age can cause the deterioration of your clay liner or parge coating on an unlined flue. When that happens the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) code 211 says it must be replaced.

How Can Fireplace Solutions by the Chimney Sweeper Help?

When we reline chimneys, we use one of two methods, depending on the level of damage and the condition and use of the system.

  • HeatShield® Cerfractory Sealant – Most masonry chimneys are constructed with an inner liner of clay tiles. When these clay tiles or the mortar between them begin to crack or recede, HeatShield® can be used to seal and strengthen them. This product can either be applied to individual areas or to the entire flue, from top to bottom. Learn more here!
  • Stainless Steel Liners – Stainless steel liners are recommended when the clay tile liner is beyond repair, or when the chimney was never properly lined. These liners are designed to take on the high heat of combustion, and can properly and effectively vent heating appliances, regardless of fuel type. Stainless steel liners are incredibly durable, and can provide years of reliable service. Learn more about these types of liners here.

Request A Quote Today

If you’ve noticed cracks, crumbling, or rust along your firebox walls, give Chimney Professionals a call today! We provide free quotes and can deliver the results you’re after, so you can enjoy your fireplace another year! 

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