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Chimney Liner Installation & Repair

What is a chimney liner? Inside your chimney is a passage for flue gases, created by combustion, to exit your home. This passage is called a liner. Becker’s will provide you with highest quality stainless steel chimney liner and insulation process for your home or business, as well as exceptional masonry work to meet your chimney needs.

Protect Your Property & Chimney

Chimney liners are intended to protect the chimney walls from heat and corrosion, as the gases are directed outside. However, some chimneys do not have a liner (especially older homes and buildings), and flue gases travel inside the bricks that make up the chimney. It is highly recommended by the Chimney Safety Institute of America that you have a chimney liner installed and have a specialist like the chimney pros at Becker’s ensure that your liner is up-to-code.

When flue gases are allowed to penetrate the brick and mortar of the chimney, the acidic nature of the flue gases literally eats away at the mortar joints from the inside, increasing the likelihood of dangerous gases such as carbon monoxide leaking into the living areas of the home. No liner or the wrong flue size can make modern wood stoves and gas or oil furnaces horribly inefficient, causing you to spend excess money on your energy bills.

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*Restrictions Apply. Price quoted by contractor at the time of the estimate reflects the applied discounts and specials. Price written on contract and agreed to by customer is final, Additions to the contracted job and estimate, such as additional wood needed for example will be added to the contract end final price.

Additional Reasons to Install a Chimney Liner

Without a chimney liner, heat, gas, and creosote can escape into the surrounding masonry, leading to damage to the chimney structure and potential fire hazards. A properly installed chimney liner can improve the efficiency of your heating appliance by promoting better airflow and reducing heat loss. It can also help to prevent carbon monoxide leaks and improve indoor air quality. Investing in a high-quality chimney liner is a smart decision for homeowners who want to ensure the safety and longevity of their chimney system.

  • Liners Protect the Masonry of Your Chimney
  • Liners Protect the Building From Heat Transfer
  • Liners Provide A Correctly-Sized Flue
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