Chimney Liners

  1. Spring Cleaning Tips for Chimney Owners

    Spring is the perfect time to clean your chimney. During the winter months when you were enjoying the fire with your family, lots of gunk has been building up on the inside of your chimney. While this type of cleaning should be left to professionals, some people would like to take a do it yourself approach to this task. Continue reading
  2. 5 Questions to Ask When Getting a New Chimney Liner

    While a majority of homes today have gas fireplaces, some still require the old fashioned chimney liner kit. For those homeowners who have a legitimate wood burning fireplace, keeping it clean is crucial for prevent fires or any toxic fumes from entering the home. When you look at the construction of a chimney, the liner may not seem like an important aspect, but it's one of the most important. Continue reading
  3. What Goes Into Installing a Chimney Liner Kit?

    If your chimney flue is damaged, deteriorated, or inefficient in any way, the only option you really have is to install a new stainless steel chimney liner. The installation of a new chimney liner can be done with household tools if you're someone who's handy around the house, and you'll also need to invest in a chimney liner kit. If you frequently use your chimney, keeping a safe liner is something you'll definitely want to do. This way, you're preventing carbon monoxide from leaking into your home and lowering your chances of a chimney fire. Plus, a majority of chimney liners come with a lifetime warranty. Continue reading
  4. What to Know About Your Chimney Liner with Facts

    After installing their liner kit, many homeowners don't consider the idea of having their chimney regularly cleaned or checked for maintenance purposes. Well, if you're one of those homeowners, that's not good and you should call a chimney sweep immediately, but we digress. Of course, having a home with a beautiful rustic fireplace that you can light during the winter is a beautiful thing to have, but that's only if you take care of it - otherwise plenty of problems ensue. Continue reading
  5. Installing Common Chimney Parts

    With the chimney being one of the most neglected areas of the home, it's crucial for homeowners to understand the necessary maintenance so it functions properly and safely. The problem with chimney systems being neglected is that many homeowners don't understand what a complex system it has become over the years. Continue reading
  6. Why Chimney Liners are Crucial for the Fireplace

    For many homeowners, chimney upkeep can be a daunting task, but that's why professionals exist, so whether you choose to do any cleaning and maintenance on your own, or you'd rather hire someone to do the job, we're here to tell you how difficult of a do-it-yourself task it may be. Continue reading

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