Chimney liner insulation kits help ensure safety and efficiency for stainless steel flex chimney liners. Chimney liner insulation will help reduce the buildup of creosote. Insulating your chimney liner is strongly advised, especially for wood burning applications.
Chimney liner insulation kits help ensure safety and efficiency for stainless steel flex chimney liners. Insulation also reduces the build up of creosote and helps your chimney stay cleaner longer. Rockford has two options for you to pick from when considering flexible chimney liner insulation: Super Wrap Blanket Kits and EverGuard Pour-Down Insulation Mix. To insulate our single wall stainless steel rigid pipe, choose the Rigid Liner Insulation below. This type of insulation snap-locks together around the pipe.
When do I need to Insulate?
To maintain efficiency, safety, and to significantly reduce formation of creosol you will need our 1/2" Super Wrap blanket insulation kit or our Ever Guard insulation mix. This can help ensure the safety and efficiency of your stainless steel flex chimney liner. Adding stainless steel flex liner insulation can also help reduce the buildup of creosote as well.
It is strongly advised that you do insulate. When you install your chimney liner with the proper chimney insulation, your reline job creates an environment that allows your appliance to be as efficient and safe as possible. Plus, your insurance company will love you for it. An insulated chimney liner has a better draft and stays cleaner longer, which is a benefit to any stainless steel flex chimney liner.