Why do you need a chimney liner?
Chimney liners are a very important aspect of your heating appliance chimneys, especially when you are switching from oil to gas. Chimney liners have become mandated by most fire codes because they are instrumental in keeping you and your family safe.
Having a chimney liner inside your chimney serves many important functions. Besides protecting the walls of your chimney, a chimney liner also redirects smoke and other gases outside of your home and into the atmosphere. Gas- and oil-burning furnaces need to be properly ventilated so harmful gases, such as carbon monoxide, do not leak back into your home.
Guaranteed Home Improvement’s Chimney Liners
There are three different types of chimney liners: clay, cast-in or metal. Guaranteed Home Improvement offers stainless steel liners because they are the safest and most durable, and can be used for either wood-burning fireplaces, gas-burning fireplaces, gas-burning furnaces or oil-burning furnaces.
If you have a clay chimney liner (a lot of old gas-burning furnaces do), you may want to consider getting it replaced. Over time, the clay can crack, split and cause unsafe conditions in your chimney. If you are not sure what kind of chimney liner you have in your gas furnace, Guaranteed will come do a chimney inspection to ensure that everything is safe and working properly.
The benefits of having a professionally installed chimney liner.
What Our Customers are Saying…
Upon your recommendation I recently had my oil burner chimney repaired/replaced by Guaranteed Chimney. They increased the size of the flue to seven inches from four inches. The negative draft is now five.
This company was very professional and reasonable in their pricing. I highly recommended them.