Stainless Steel Liners Are Well Worth The Investment!
Is your chimney system equipped to properly remove dangerous byproducts from your home and protect your home and family from fire? When was the last time you had your entire system inspected for damage and decay? If you can’t confidently say “yes” to the former question and can’t remember the answer to the latter, it’s time to have your system evaluated by a professional. Why? Your chimney system is composed of a variety of important parts, all working to allow you to enjoy a trouble-free fire in your home. But it’s a tough job, and all of the system’s parts are under constant abuse. Without maintenance and cleanings, your system can’t possibly perform at the level of efficiency and safety it was designed to.
Why Is The Chimney Liner So Important?
One of the most common things we find in our inspections is that the clay chimney liner has begun to crack and crumble or the galvanized metal liner has begun to corrode and rust. When this happens, it can seriously impede air flow and draft, and allow heat and byproducts (like acidic deposits and carbon monoxide) to access masonry, nearby combustibles and your family’s air supply. Not only is it incredibly dangerous, but it also reduces the efficiency of your system and can leave you with expensive repairs and higher utilities.
The Benefits Of Stainless Steel Liners
The expert technicians at American Chimney & Masonry regularly reline flues with stainless steel because of its durability and versatility. Whether you have a wood-, pellet- or gas-burning appliance, a stainless steel liner can take the abuse for years and years. Additionally, stainless steel liners can be rigid or flexible, meaning that even if the size or shape of your chimney is odd, stainless steel can be used.
We also regularly install stainless steel liners when the flue needs to be reduced in size in order to be compatible with a new appliance. If the flue is too big for the appliance, it simply won’t perform optimally.
Call On American Chimney & Masonry!
When you have the techs at American Chimney & Masonry install a stainless steel liner in your chimney, you can expect the highest quality UL-listed stainless steel and the most professional installation. In fact, our stainless steel liners come with a manufacturer’s Lifetime Warranty when professionally installed! Now, that’s worth investing in!
For more information on our relining services, please click here. If you have any questions or would like to schedule an appointment, call American Chimney & Masonry at 503-644-0393, or schedule an appointment online!