Reline With The Strongest, Toughest Stainless Steel Liner

One of the most important jobs we perform here at The Chimney Guy is chimney inspections. Inspections give us a look into the health and overall condition of the chimney so we know when the chimney liner is damaged or missing. It may sound crazy – and it is, given what we know about fire safety – but many older chimneys were built without liners. Because of the important task chimney liners have of protecting the masonry and nearby combustibles against the heat, hot ash, embers, smoke, and gases produced by the fire, a missing or damaged chimney liner is not something to be ignored.

If an inspection reveals that your chimney is lacking a liner or needs to be relined due to liner damage, The Chimney Guy can help. Our Chimney Safety Institute of America (CSIA) certified team specializes in chimney relining services and works with the best and most reliable chimney liner products in the industry.

We know just how strong and durable a chimney liner needs to be in order to perform its job and keep the chimney system operating as safely and as efficiently as it should, which is why we reline with HomeSaver stainless steel liners. 

HomeSaver stainless steel liners are U.L. tested and listed and provide a cost-effective and long-lasting solution to chimney liner woes. Approved for venting with all fuels, including oil, gas, wood, pellet, and coal, stainless steel is by far the strongest, most durable relining option available. Whatever the size or shape of your flue, there’s a HomeSaver stainless steel liner option that will work perfectly for your chimney.

One stainless steel liner and one tile liner
Stainless steel ribbed flue liner

Swapping Fuels, Appliance Types, Or Experiencing Smoke Problems?

Damaged liners or missing liners aren’t the only reason to reline. Stainless steel liners can also be used to resize the flue and resolve smoke and efficiency problems. Additionally, if you are changing fuel types (switching from a gas fireplace to a wood fireplace, for example), you may need to reline with stainless steel, as not all liner types are capable of safely venting all fuels. If you’re swapping fuels or appliance types or experiencing smoke or efficiency problems, ask our CSIA certified technicians if a reline may be necessary.

Invest In A Liner That Won’t Quit

Relining your chimney is an investment – why not invest in Heatshield ot  HomeSaver stainless steel liners, which carry a Lifetime Warranty? Call The Chimney Guy at 920-830-1920 to request an appointment to have your chimney inspected and relined today!