Chim-Fab is Connecticut’s local supply company for chimney liners and kits. We offer chimney liners for oil, gas and wood chimneys. All of our chimney liners are made in the USA, and we offer a lifetime warranty on all our chimney liners. We always have liners up to 100 feet lengths in stock along with complete liner kits.
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What is a chimney liner?
Every chimney needs a chimney liner. It keeps combustion products from the fireplace. It is inside of the flue and is one of the most important parts of the chimney.
What is the purpose?
The purpose of the chimney liner is to keep harmful combustions, toxins, and gases from the fireplace. It sits inside the flue, and protects the chimney. It is vital to have a working liner, as it is one of the most vital components.
How can you tell when you need a new liner?
One way you can tell when you need a new liner is if any smoke or gases are noticed in the home. If the fireplace has an odor, then this is also a sign that the liner may need replaced. If a home was built before 1940, then the fireplace probably didn’t have a liner installed. One sure way to know if you need a new liner is to have a professional chimney contractor to inspect your current liner.
What happens if it isn’t replaced? What effect would that have on your chimney?
The liner is the main component of your fireplace. If the liner is damaged and isn’t replaced, it will start to destroy the fireplace. It could also cause the fireplace not to operate properly. The chimney would not perform properly without a functioning liner.
What is the price range?
The price range for chimney liners can vary. It depends on the type of liner, the size of the chimney flue, and thickness of the liner. A chimney liner is affordable, and should always be replaced when the current liner is damaged.
What are the different styles?
There are different styles of liners. The most popular style of liner is the stainless steel. There is also clay tile liners, metal and cast liners. Chim-Fab keeps many styles in stock. We also offer liner kits too. All of our liners are made in America, and backed with a lifetime warranty.