Unlike a wood stove or furnace, a traditional fireplace does not have a direct connection to an exhaust hole. What do I do to connect the bottom of the chimney liner? The proper way to terminate a chimney liner is by parging the liner's bottom plate into place with refractory cement.
If you’re installing a chimney liner for a traditional, open fireplace, this measuring guide will help you tremendously!
Will my round stainless chimney liner fit into my chimney that has clay tiles? Here are the real facts on measuring the clay tiles properly for an easy install.
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.
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!
Do I need to insulate my chimney liner? Read a simple breakdown of building code to determine if you need to insulate your new stainless steel liner. Simple explanation of interior and exterior chimney code and how it affects whether or not you insulate your new stainless liner.
If you’re installing a freestanding stove inside a traditional wood burning masonry fireplace, this guide will help you tremendously! We’ve narrowed in on all of the measurements you’ll need to gather. With these measurements, you can put together a parts list on our website or send the measurements off to us and one of our Certified Technicians will send you a parts list!