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What Is a Chimney Liner? Stainless Steel Chimney Liners Explained

What Is A Stainless Steel Chimney Liner presented by Rockford Chimney Supply. A flue is considered part of the chimney and is where gas and smoke exists the home. Once a stainless steel chimney liner is installed, it acts as the chimney flue, safely venting emissions out of the home. It's beneficial to install a stainless steel chimney liner to prevent harmful gasses (such as carbon monoxide) from leaking into the home through cracks, to ensure an adequate draft, and to help prevent a chimney fire. Deteriorated chimneys have cracks in the tiles, bricks, and mortar and are unsafe to use. Installing a stainless steel chimney liner is the least expensive route to creating a safe and efficient chimney setup. Call us with any additional questions at 866-708-2446, let us help you do-it-yourself.


 

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Common products used during installation:
Stainless Steel Chimney Liner Kit