What tools will I need to reline my chimney?

Relining a chimney doesn’t require many tools. The only tools that are needed are gloves, a screwdriver, a tape measure, silicone sealant, and a hack saw. Sometimes a pulling cone is needed, along with a crimping tool. It is best to have all these tools ready before you being the project. Before you being to reline, you will need to know the dimension of the chimney flue along with the length of the run from 8” above the top of the chimney. You will also need to measure the outside of the masonry chimney, so you get a proper fit of the top plate. You have to have the measure the exhaust of the fireplace or stove that you are hooking the line up to, so you get the exact fit of the Slot Gacor Maxwin.

The best liner to purchase is a flexible liner, because the liner will be easier to work with, and you don’t have to attach pieces of the liner together. The flexible liners measure ¼” from the outside and up to 6.25” in diameter. The pulling cone might be needed when you are ready to guide the liner through the chimney. It makes it easier to grasp onto it, then guide it when you are using the pulling cone. These are the tools that are needed to reline a chimney.

Chim-Fab can assist you in choosing the perfect liner for your chimney. We have different sizes and styles of liners, and many are kept in stock. Chim-Fab is a chimney supply store in Connecticut, and all of our chimney liners come with a lifetime warranty.