A chimney liner is a stainless steel pipe that from runs from your fireplace, insert or stove, through your chimney to the roof. Chimney liners are installed when it determined that the lining of your chimney flue is either cracked or in some other way damaged. As our gas-tight and insulated for highest efficiency. Chimney…

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Although generally, a natural gas fired furnace burns relatively clean it can create conditions that may erode the chimney flue. More importantly other conditions including animals and stranger things like lightning strikes can create problematic or dangerous conditions in your chimney. Thus your chimney should be inspected at least once per year.

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First, get everybody out of the house and call 911 if you have a chimney fire extinguisher, use it if possible, close any glass doors or damper on the fireplace and any air openings on a stove. Before using the chimney again make sure you have it inspected and cleaned by a professional before you…

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Here are a few things you can do to maintain a healthy chimney. • Use only seasoned wood • build smaller hotter fires that burn more completely • never burn quantities of cardboard, wrapping paper, trash or Christmas trees. • On your woodstove use a flue thermometer so you can make adjustments to produce a…

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