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Closed: Sat. & Sun.
Most all orders placed Monday thru Friday by 1:30 pm Eastern will be shipped same day.
Tech Support, Customer
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your chimney with either flexible chimney liner or rigid chimney lining
can usually be done by a competent do-it-yourselfer with some common
We provide all the instructions via download so you can look at the
process before you buy. We also supply you with a FAQs page for you
go over, you may find an answer to any question you may there.
A note about some of the cheap chimney liner out there on the Internet; Please don't look at price alone, look at all the aspects of the liner, installation, and what type of product and tech support you will receive. Look at all the specifications for their product, like Crush Test Rates for instance, and compare with other liners. Just look at the images of their liner and components and compare them to ours, you will see a huge difference in quality of stainless steel just in the pictures! Your family's safety is the most important thing and saving a couple of bucks on a cheap chimney liner is not worth the risk. Don't forget, a chimney liner vents poison gases from your home. If it fails, it can change your life forever, and that is putting it mildly. If you want to buy cheap, buy something cheap that will not harm your family if it fails. Do not buy a chimney liner because it is cheaper than another, buy because of quality and durability. We have been installing HomeSaver and Heat-Fab liners for over 20 years without one failure in all that time.
If you know exactly what you want, then click through the categories to the left starting at "Chimney Supplies" and select the type of liner you want to use.
If you are unsure of what you would like to use or even how to pick what liner you may need, read on.........
First, read through the Relining FAQ page to get an answer to the most Frequently Asked Questions. Next, come back here and read on.
two types of stainless chimney liner: Rigid and Flexible. There are
variables to choosing what type, size, and stainless alloy liner. Let's
start with size:
Size is one of the most important aspects. One needs to be able
to fit the liner down the existing chimney as well as match the exhaust
size of the appliance you are venting. Measure the exhaust on your
this is the size you will need to reline with. Only in the case of a
tall chimney, around 30 feet, would you be able to consider downsizing.
Now, measure the existing chimney opening in your chimney. Do not
guessing the inside diameter of your chimney never works. Measure,
and measure again. You will need, at a minimum, 1 inch larger chimney
dimension than the size reline pipe you want to use. The chimney needs
to maintain that clearance all the way down to where you will come out
to the stove with the liner (i.e.; 6" liner - 7" ID chimney, minimum).
The larger the chimney ID the better, more clearance means you will be
able to add the strongly
Alloy is the strength of stainless steel to resist corrosion. The
following fuels should be matched with following alloys:
Wood, Pellet: 304, 316, 321 or 316Ti alloy
Coal, Oil, gas (cat, 1): 316 or 316Ti Alloy
Gas (category 2 or 3): AL29-4C Alloy
Typeof chimney liner depends on what your application is. We have rigid or
Flexible Chimney Liner is the most popular because of the ease of installation. The small "riggies" of the flex liner do collect a little more creosote than the smooth walled rigid, but not that much more to be concerned about. The following flexible liners are available here at Hart's Hearth:
*Click here for Flexible Liner Typical Installation Diagrams.
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