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  • Chimney Services
  • Chimney Inspections and Sweeping
  • Chimney Relining
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  • Water Damage
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Chimney Relining

Chimney relining is necessary in order to ensure your safety and also to maintain the structure of the chimney overtime. If you fail to get your chimney relined, the risk of deadly combustion gases venting into your home increases, as does creosote buildup, which can create chimney fires. It may be possible that your chimney wasn’t built with a flue liner in the first place, which provides your chimney with a smooth surface and insulation. Believe it or not, linerless chimneys are extremely common in old houses, but also in newer ones as well. Another reason to get your chimney relined, is because your liner may be defective. Over time, cracks in tiles and combustion gases combined with rain can erode masonry joints in the brick work or stonework.

Furnace or Boiler Flue Repairs

Most of the older homes in our area have flue sizes that are too large for today's high-efficiency furnaces and hot water heaters. In most cases, the old terra cotta clay flue is too large and needs to be down-sized. By relining the flue with a UL listed stainless steel liner, you are effectively downsizing the flue and creating the correct air space needed to meet the current codes and have an appliance that is venting carbon monoxide correctly out of the house.

What is a Class A Chimney?

Class A chimney is a complete chimney system. Class A chimney does not require any masonry. It is an independent unit. Class A chimney is designed for residential use and can be installed on the exterior or the interior of the home.

Class A chimney pipe is a double wall pipe that is designed to vent almost any fuel. This double wall chimney pipe is insulated with one inch of insulation. The double wall construction can reduce the clearance to combustibles to 2".

If you need a new chimney, a double wall Class A chimney pipe may be an excellent alternative to a masonry chimney.