The chimney liner is the heart of the chimney. The chimney liner removes combustion gases, toxins, smoke, decreases creosote buildup, and provides safety to your home. If your current chimney wasn’t built with a chimney liner or your current liner is faulty, then you should have the chimney relined, instead of replacing the liner.
Benefits of Relining:
- Creates a safer home
- Corrosion resistant
- Easier to clean
- Limited lifetime warranty
- Keeps chimney performing
There are so many benefits of having the chimney relined over replacing the liner. The relining is cost effective. It cost less to have the chimney relined, rather than remove, then replace the current liner. It just doesn’t make sense to have the chimney replaced when a relining can be done quickly and affordably.
Safeside Chimney recommends having a stainless steel chimney liner for your chimney. The Chim-Flo Smoothwall 304 and 316 L Stainless Steel is one of the safest liners on the market. This liner is a UL (Underwriter Laboratories) listed. The liner is inserted from the top of the chimney, then installed. Safeside Chimney professionals are certified to do chimney reliners. You should always have a professional, certified professional to do chimney relining, because you have to know the right procedure and materials needed for each fireplace, woodstove or heating source. It is essential to always hire a professional.
If you don’t know if your current chimney has a liner, or if your current liner needs relined, then give Safeside Chimney a call today. One of our certified technicians will come out and do an extensive inspection of your chimney and determine if your chimney has cracks, holes, corrosion or no liner at all. We use the latest technology to do our inspection. We offer the Chim-Scan video inspection that allows us to get inside your chimney with our camera and inspect your liner completely. We will be able to show you exactly what issues your liner is having, then schedule a relining for your chimney. Now is the time to give us a call!
Visit https://www.safesidechimney.com/ to learn more about our chimney services!