When 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.
Do 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.
Rock-Flex chimney liner tee connector measurements with diagram. An easy to read chart listing all the dimensions you'll need for your installation.
Rock-Flex chimney liner elbow measurements with diagram. An easy to read chart listing all the dimensions you'll need for your installation.
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.
As 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.