Stainless Steel Chimney Liners
Does your chimney or furnace need a new liner? Most homeowners couldn’t answer for sure one way or the other, because they know very little about the protective lining systems that are part of their home heating appliances.
National Chimney Service works throughout cities and towns in Fairfield County CT and Morris County NJ to help our customers with every kind of issue that might arise with their appliance lining systems.
We provide expert relining of chimney flues with powerful 316 UL Listed stainless steel chimney liners. We also use this heavy-duty material to replace damaged furnace venting.
What Can Go Wrong with a Flue Liner?
Flue lining systems that vent fireplaces and furnaces have an important job to do. They channel harmful smoke and combustion gases up and away from the appliance and the home, and they protect nearby masonry and home building materials from intense heat, fires, and corrosive byproducts of combustion.
Depending on what material your chimney liner is made of and how old it is, it may be showing signs of cracking and general disrepair. When any kind of opening exists within a lining system, big problems can result. Chimneys are particularly vulnerable.
A roaring fireplace sends hot sparks and embers up past the damper and into the flue, carried by the smoke draft. A good chimney liner will keep these particles from coming into contact with parts of your home and your chimney’s interior masonry
A secure liner also will contain harmful gases including carbon monoxide, which is potentially fatal to humans and animals. A damaged liner can allow toxic chemicals to spread throughout the air of your home.
The Best Chimney and Furnace Liner is Stainless Steel
We provide chimney flue liner repairs when the damage is fairly minor. When damage is extensive, we always recommend a sturdy new stainless steel chimney or furnace flue liner. These components carry a lifetime warranty and will serve and protect you for many years to come.
During chimney inspections for our customers in Greenwich CT, Rockaway NJ, Bridgeport CT, Jefferson NJ, and other communities in Morris and Fairfield counties, we often find that the chimney liner system that’s in place is incorrect for the appliance it’s connected to.
Both chimney and furnace vent systems must be of a specific size and volume to operate safely. Our professional chimney technicians are experts in vent sizing for all types of heating appliances, and when we install a new liner system, you’re assured that it’s the right size.
For oversized flues, we often insulate the liner with a foil wrap for added safety. With any relining project, we install the new liner in exact accord with all local fire safety and building code requirements.
Start with a Chimney or Furnace Flue Inspection
Solving venting and liner problems starts with a professional inspection. We’ll find the exact condition of your chimney or furnace liner. We can then explain to you what’s needed to restore the system to full operational power and safety.
We do all our own work, whether it’s a chimney liner repair project or a completely new stainless steel liner install, so call to speak with a venting expert today at (973) 270-9295 in NJ or at (203) 614-9765 in CT and get your chimney liner problems solved.