Most manufacturers of Class A chimney pipes only offer one grade of stainless steel and it's for only one type of application. However, Rock-Vent Class A chimney pipe is offered in three different grades of chimney pipe which caters to any type of installation.
The success of a chimney liner installation depends on correctly preparing & getting the right information. We have all the measurements you need listed out.
To reduce condensation & deterioration of your chimney, install a chimney liner for your gas or oil appliance. We help size the chimney liner for the appliance.
If you are considering using your fireplace to supplement heat for your home, there are a few efficiency items to keep in mind about your fireplace.
Find the best wood stove for your home with Rockford Chimney's wood stove comparison chart. Easily compare the most popular wood stove models.
Find the best wood fireplace insert for your home with Rockford Chimney's fireplace insert comparison chart. Easily compare the most popular wood insert models.
Easy to use measurement forms for your gas or oil fired chimney liner installation. Simply fill out the form and we will put a parts list together for you! Easy step-by-step process to follow.
If you’re installing a chimney liner for an oil burning appliance such as a furnace or boiler, this measuring guide will help you tremendously!
If you’re installing a chimney liner for a gas burning appliance such as a water heater, furnace, or boiler, this measuring guide will help you tremendously!
There are National Fire Codes that require all flammable materials to be at least 6" from the fireplace opening, and depending on the overhang and material of the mantel, that distance could be more.