Chimney Liner Installation

Chimney flue liners are the passageway in the fireplace or furnace flue through which smoke, combustion byproduct, and flue gases (carbon monoxide) travel in order to safely escape your home. Chimney liners come in many forms, shapes, and sizes depending on manufacturer requirements. Chimney liners can be clay tiles mortared in place, rigid metal pipe, or flexible metal pipe.

Many homes with chimneys built before the turn of the century do not have liner systems.​

A new liners cost can vary in price depending on how many levels your home is, condition of your chimney, and how your chimney is constructed etc.. We do our best to keep these costs affordable. We use only the highest quality Stainless Steel liners, insulation materials and our craftsmen have years of experience, training and knowledge of their craft.

In order to use your chimney to exhaust or vent a new heating appliance your chimney must meet current code requirement which requires a functioning liner. Most installations require special insulation blankets or poured vermiculite based insulation around the liner to prevent thermal transmission beyond the flue walls and maintain proper flue temperatures.

Wood burning appliances require 316ti stainless steel flexible liner systems or rigid stainless steel liner systems in order to draft properly and safely exhaust flue gases and combustion by product. Occasionally, damaged clay flue tiles must be broken into smaller pieces and removed in order to fit the chimney with an appropriately sized liner system.

​Our chimney liner products carry a lifetime warranty when installed to UL specifications.

Modern high efficiency furnaces are often incorrectly vented into older unlined or over-sized clay lined chimneys causing extensive damage. The flue gases from most high efficiency furnaces are much cooler than traditional furnaces, thus the flue gases condense and collect inside these over-sized and unlined chimneys causing acidic moisture damage (Efflorescence), accelerated mortar erosion and potentially life-threatening carbon monoxide poisoning. Gas appliances require properly sized AL 29-4C liners, aluminum lined b-vent, or direct vent piping based on manufacturer requirements.


We provide Chimney Inspections, Chimney Sweeping, Stainless Steal Liners, Wood Stoves, Heart Stoves, Inserts, Chimney Caps, Chimney Repair, Walls, Seawalls, Retaining Walls, Patios, Driveways, Pavers, Walkways, Venners, Waterproofing, and Masonry Repairs to customers and clients in the following areas:

Chester CT, Clinton CT, Colchester CT, Deep River CT, East Haven CT, East Lyme CT, Essex CT, Franklin CT, Gales Ferry CT, Griswold CT, Groton CT, Guilford CT, Hartford CT, Jewett City CT, Killingworth CT, Lebanon CT, Ledyard CT, Lisbon CT, Lyme CT, Madison CT, Middletown CT, Montville CT, Mystic CT, New Haven CT, New London CT, Niantic CT, North Stonington CT, Norwich CT, Old Lyme CT, Old Saybrook CT, Pawcatuck CT, Preston CT, Salem CT, Stonington CT, Voluntown CT, Waterford CT, West Haven CT, Westbrook CT, Windham CT, Ashaway RI, Bradford RI, Charlestown RI, Coventry RI, Cranston RI, East Greenwich RI, Exeter RI, Hope Valley RI, Hopkinton RI, Narragansett RI, North Kingstown RI, Providence RI, Richmond RI, South Kingstown RI, Warwick RI, West Greenwich RI, West Warwick RI, & Westerly RI.


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