Most modern homes with chimneys are lined with clay or terracotta liners that are susceptible to heat and moisture damage that can deteriorate over time and cause a blockage allowing carbon monoxide to enter your home. Chimneys in older homes are often completely unlined allowing fumes and moisture into the home.
The National Fire Protection Association has issued statements stating that cracks, gaps and other damage to the flue liner should result in removal and replacement or relining of the flue for safety and structure reasons. We can meet with you and review building and fire codes that state that chimneys should be completely sealed for maximum safety. They recommend every chimney be inspected yearly.
Conditions that require relining of the chimney:
Deterioration of the clay liner and mortar joints
The Clay Liner is cracked
Flaking of the liner walls
Gaps between the Flue Tiles
Cracked Flue Tiles
Chimney relining benefits include:
• Heat transfer protection
• Masonry preservation
• Carbon monoxide poisoning prevention
• Increased performance
• Higher efficiency
We only use UL listed stainless steel liner that include a life time warranty when [properly maintained by a chimney professional.
Schedule a chimney inspection with our technicians to get a better idea of what's happening with your chimney's structure. We'll offer recommendations and provide superior workmanship at competitive rates.