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Rockford Chimney Supply News and Events

Newsletter May-June 2011

firepit exampleFireplaces are popular at home and social gatherings, but the the end of the heating season doesn't mean you can't enjoy the allure of a flickering fire. There are many fireplace options for your garden, deck or patio, or even on the beach, to extend your outdoor hours or to add ambiance to a summer evening.

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Newsletter November-December 2010

FireHave you had a fire in your chimney? Any chimney fire is dangerous and can damage your home.But not all chimney fires are noisy and frightening. It is possible for a slow burning chimney fire to damage your flue without you even realizing it. A chimney inspection can spot the tell-tale signs of a hidden chimney fire and find the damage to the chimney or liner.

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Newsletter September 2010 by Rockford Chimney Supply

Smooth Wall LinerWhy Reline Your Chimney? A chimney liner, or flue, is the inner portion of a chimney that contains and channels the products of combustion. Most masonry chimneys are constructed with an inner liner of clay tiles. In some cases an original clay tile liner was never installed. In others, the tile lining may have cracked, crumbled and deteriorated over time- water damage, chimney fires, or just age can cause the deterioration of a clay liner.

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Newsletter August 2010

Smooth Wall LinerRockford Chimney Supply is pleased to offer our new smooth wall flexible chimney liner. The smooth interior gives you 20% better airflow than corrugated liner. It's made of high quality 316ti stainless steel, so it's suitable for use with any fuel source. And it works with all our round liner connectors and components, so you can use it for any round liner application.

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Newsletter July 2010

Chimney CapSummer is a great time of year, and there's still lots of time for summer fun. But when the weather is nice, it's also the best time to check on your chimney and chase cover to make sure everything is in good condition, and make repairs if needed. Then sit back and enjoy the rest of your summer safely.

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