EJ Chimney is proud to be one of the best certified installers of Thermocrete Chimney Lining Systems on the east coast.
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Stainless steel chimney linings are typically installed in chimneys when changing fuel types, adding a wood stove, or for furnaces or flues that are compromised. Stainless flue liners can even be installed in some fireplaces, though they are typically not the best option for that application.
Gas, oil, wood stoves, coal and pellet stoves all typically need a stainless flue liner to properly ventilate. Not installing a liner with some of these types can lead to a large amount of creosote buildup on typical flue tile or brick which can be extremely difficult to remove. If not removed it runs the risk of safety hazards, most commonly chimney fires, but also requires special care and extra materials when relining.
Stainless liners come with a lifetime warranty and are great at resisting creosote buildup and furnace exhaust effects.