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example of chimney fireA chimney liner is a channel which is inserted inside a chimney. A chimney liner is an important element of safety in your home. Listed below are some of the reasons you must have a chimney liner installed.

 

 

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install a chimney linerChimney liner installation instructions for the do-it-yourself homeowner presented by Rockford Chimney Supply. How to Install A Chimney Liner made easy.

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Stainless steel chimney linerWhy invest in a Stainless Steel Chimney Liner?  There are several dangers of not having a Stainless Steel Liner. Chimney Liner Cost vs. DIY Advantages ROI

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Air Cooled Chimney Pipe ImageThere are two main types of prefabricated chimneys: air cooled chimneys and insulated chimneys (often referred to as solid-pack or non-air cooled). Each pipe requires a different type of chimney cap. If you look up at your chimney and you do not see a chimney rain cap on your flue, then a cap should be installed immediately to prevent costly repairs down the road.

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Chimney liner install diagramThe resources on this page are designed to assist you step by step in achieving your goal of a professional quality installation. As always, please call us at 1-866-708-2446 if you have any questions. We'll be glad to help.

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install a chimney chase coverHow to install a chimney chase cover. A great visual tool in order to fully understand how to properly put your chimney cover on the chase.

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Drafty Fireplace inside HomeFor centuries, homeowners have been using fireplaces to heat their homes. Wood is the oldest fuel used to heat residential homes. In this day and age, people have found alternative ways to heat their homes, from oil fired boilers, natural gas furnaces, propane heaters and electric baseboard heaters. Fireplaces are now used for nothing more than being aesthetically pleasing. Fireplaces have turned into a place where heating and cooling is lost. There are ways to reduce the energy loss, it’s just a matter of what you want out of our fireplace.

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install a chimney liner tee connectorHow to install your Rock-Flex chimney tee body, snout, and bottom termination.




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different size sections of rigid chimney liner pipeA chimney liner, or flue, is the inner portion of a chimney that contains and channels the products of combustion. For a chimney liner to work properly, it must be free from perforations, cracks, or damage of any kind. If it isn't intact it can allow the products of combustion, such as carbon monoxide, moisture, smoke, and creosote, to seep into the living spaces of the home, or the heat from the products of combustion to pose a fire risk to combustible materials near the flue such as framing, walls, ceilings, insulation, or floors.

 

 

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Rockford's Terra Cotta Top Plates are designed to mount onto chimneys where the terra cotta clay liner tile extends above the level of the chimney. Measure the outside dimensions of the clay tile liner. Then use the chart to find the Top Plate that will fit your chimney.

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blanket wrap insulation kit for chimney linerDo I need chimney liner insulation? This is a common question you might be asking yourself when you are getting ready to purchase a stainless steel chimney liner. It is always a good idea to insulate a stainless steel chimney liner. The insulation will enable the flue to heat up more quickly and to a higher temperature. This helps reduce the risk of having an inadequate draft. In addition, while the flue gasses stay hot, less creosote will form and less fuel will be wasted.

 

 

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inside view of flexible chimney linerTime after time, chimney maintenance is neglected and chimneys only get serviced once an issue has occurred. When the heating season begins, you may question the quality and performance of your chimney. It may have been brought to your attention that a stainless steel chimney liner should be installed to safely and efficiently vent your heating appliances. Installing a chimney liner can easily be accomplished by any do-it-yourself homeowner.

 

 

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When you think about installing a wood stove, your next thought should be about the chimney. The chimney drives the system by exhausting flue gases from the stove and simultaneously pulling fresh combustion air into the stove.

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a piece of stainless steel chimney linerIs a stainless chimney liner a good idea? In a variety of situations, the answer to this question is "yes." Chimney liners are an important component of a fireplace system because they go a long way toward preventing dangerous chimney fires. They contain smoke, soot and carbon monoxide that are produced when you use your fireplace or furnace.

 

 

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chimney liner that installs in damperWhen installing a chimney liner, getting the liner through the damper opening can be something of a challenge. A typical 6" round liner is 6.25" on the outside diameter. Your damper opening is probably in the range of 5". There are generally two ways to get around this problem.

 

 

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Furnace Vent Pipe: Venting a High Efficiency Appliance with AL29-4C PipingWhich Pipe Should I Use When Venting My Furnace, Boiler, or Corn Appliance?

High efficiency appliances such as furnaces and boilers are a great way to cut down on your heating bills. The more efficient an appliance is the less fuel that is being used. Every appliance is given an efficiency rating. The efficiency rating is referred to as the amount of fuel that is being directly used to heat the home. High efficiency is obtained when heat from the flue is extracted before it is vented into the atmosphere. To classify an appliance as highly efficient, the efficiency rating is going to be 86% or higher.

 

 

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chimney brushAs preparation for the winter heating season has gotten under way, making sure the chimney is functioning safely is important. An estimated 14,500 chimney fires happen every year due to neglected, creosote filled chimney flues. Heating appliances, as well as venting systems, can take serious abuse during the heating season. Taking the time to make sure the proper maintenance has been done to the chimney will ensure a warm, safe heating season.

 

 

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flexible chimney flue linerWhen chimneys get old or are not maintained properly they can deteriorate and create hazardous conditions. Cracked tiles and deteriorating masonry can allow hazardous gases or even fire to enter your house. In order to remedy these situations there are two things that can be done: the entire existing chimney can be torn down and rebuilt, or you can reline your chimney with a stainless steel chimney liner.


To tear down and rebuild a chimney is not a small job. It's very labor intensive and can cost quite a bit of money. Sometimes it can be next to impossible, for example if the chimney runs up through the center of the house. The easiest and most cost effective way to repair a chimney is to reline it with a stainless steel chimney liner.

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a chimney sweeping brush is shown coming up through the chimneyMany homeowners decide to sweep their own chimneys. This is perfectly acceptable with the right tools and knowledge. You will need to understand which tools are right for your appliance, the proper sweeping procedure, and why you need a chimney inspection annually. Sweeping your own chimney can save you money and helps ensure a safe chimney system.

 

 

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chimney cleaning brush and rodsA chimney brush is a tool that is used to clean the chimney flue, a task that can be accomplished by the do-it-yourselfer. Cleaning the inside of your chimney will help prevent fires and harmful fumes from coming into your home. It is recommended that you clean your chimney at the end of the heating season, or before making the first fire of the season.

 

 

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It is strongly advised that you do insulate. When you install your new liner with our Super Wrap Insulation Kit or Everguard Vermiculite Mix you know you have completed a job that will pay for itself.

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What Makes A Good Chimney?


When you think about installing a wood stove, your next thought should be about the chimney. The best, most well built stove, boiler, furnace, water heater etc... can only perform as well as the chimney that it’s connected to. They work together as a system. The chimney drives the system by exhausting flue gases from the stove and simultaneously pulling fresh combustion air into the stove. A continuous supply of air is crucial to maintaining a steady, hot fire. That supply of air is dependent on the ability of the chimney to exhaust flue gases as they are created by the combustion occurring in the stove. Air supply, combustion, and exhaust are all part of the same balanced process in a well-designed system. A lazy, smoldering fire, back puffing, sooting, and down drafting are all symptoms of a poorly designed chimney, or one that wasn’t intended for the stove or appliance it is being used with, in most cases the existing chimney is too large.

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Chimney rain cap stainless steelWhy invest in a Stainless Steel Chimney Cap?


There are several dangers in not investing in a Stainless Steel Chimney Cap.  They are as follows: excessive moisture from rain and snow, debris from leaves and sticks, birds bats and other animals, sparks can fly from top of chimney in a chimney fire, and water in your furnace.

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Stainless steel chase coverWhy invest in a Chimney Top Chase Cover made of Stainless Steel?


What are the dangers of not having a stainless steel chimney cover?  The dangers of not having a Stainless steel chimney cover are as follows, existing galvanized chase covers are rotting and leaking, mold growth inside chase causes deterioration, sheet rock soaking in moisture causes peeling, dampness and strong odor, and firebox rotting causes sparks, heat and carbon monoxide to leak out of the firebox.

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Measuring ChimneyCommon measuring tips that come in handy when planning any type of chimney installation. From general measuring tips all the way to measuring clearance to your roof line or measuring roof pitch, we have the answers for you.

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This chart is designed to assist you in selecting a rectangle shaped liner. The key when calculating the measurement of a shaped liner is to match as closely as possible the area in square inches of a recommended round liner. Complete instructions are included below the chart. You can also try our Liner Shape Calculator.

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This chart is designed to assist you in selecting a square shaped liner.

 

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This chart is designed to assist you in selecting a oval shaped liner. The key when calculating the measurement of a shaped liner is to match as closely as possible the area in square inches of a recommended round liner. Complete instructions are included below the chart. You can also try our Liner Shape Calculator.

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a wood stove with logs burning insideSimply put, convection stoves heat the air, where radiant stoves will heat nearby objects.

 

 

 

 

 

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wood stoveWhen you go shopping for a wood stove you will have two main sources of information to help with your decision. First is the manufacturer's literature that gives performance specifications, and second is the advice you receive from the various stove dealers you visit.

 

 

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napoleon wood burning fireplace insertIf you are considering installing a fireplace or converting to a fireplace insert, this is the best guide for you. Comparing both options and the differences will give you a good idea of what's best for your home and family.

 

 

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Elbow Measurements DiagramRock-Flex chimney liner elbow measurements with diagram. An easy to read chart listing all the dimensions you'll need for your installation.

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Tee Connector DiagramRock-Flex chimney liner tee connector measurements with diagram. An easy to read chart listing all the dimensions you'll need for your installation.

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