Do you need to insulate your chimney liner? Rockford Chimney Supply explains the installation and difference between insulated and non-insulated chimney liners.
Does your Chimney need an upgrade? Rockford Chimney Supply details all the things you need to consider to upgrade your chimney.
Rockford Chimney explains how to install a Stainless Steel Chimney Chase Cover. Watch this in-depth video to learn how to install a chimney chase cover.
Rockford Chimney explains the Pre-Insulated Chimney Liner Bottom Termination. Watch this quick video to learn how to terminate the bottom of the pre-insulated chimney liner.
DIY: How to install a Wood Burning Stove. Rockford Chimney Supply explains the steps in detail on how to install a Wood Burning Stove.
Rockford Chimney explains the benefits of the most popular creosote modifiers and chimney cleaners. Watch this quick video to learn about the benefits and differences between Home and Hearth Cleaner, Speedy White Hearth and Stove Cleaner, Anti-Creo-Soot, and Cre-Away.
Creosote is the byproduct of incomplete combustion when wood is burned. There are three creosote stages. Some stages are unavoidable, while other stages are avoidable and dangerous. We explain the best techniques to reduce creosote buildup in your chimney.
Draft is the driving force that pulls smoke up the chimney. There are many factors that affect poor draft for your wood burning stove or fireplace.
When it comes to safely and efficiently venting your appliance, there are several different materials you will come across. Understanding the main differences between aluminum and stainless steel chimney liners will help in the decision process.
The average cost to have a chimney lined by a professional is going to be about $2500. The average DIY chimney liner installation is going to cost about $750 and could cost as high as $3000 for the material.