Do you have broken chimney tiles, gaps in tile joints, misaligned tile installation, or a wood burning insert? These are all good reasons to have your chimney relined with stainless steel. Not only is it a far superior product for handling chimney fire temperatures, it could be all you need to bring your chimney system up to the national standard and give you piece of mind when your fireplace is in operation. Dr. Soot Chimney Sweep uses UL Listed and Tested chimney systems that are backed by a 'Forever' warranty. Give us a call to see if your chimney could use a safety upgrade!
How Important Is A Liner?
With an unlined chimney, you're at higher risk of a chimney fire with temperatures reaching 1,200°F or more. The high temperature heat and fumes along with burning embers can be a cause for a roof fire. A chimney liner is extremely important for the safety of your home. If your chimney does have a liner, you may need to reline is because it is defective due to old age or warpage. An old damaged chimney can be a danger to your home with cracks or gaps causing toxic gases to enter the envelope of your home and affect the cleanliness of the air within your home.