Chimney Relining Services: Learn About Your Options With Tucson Chimney
If your chimney liner is damaged or missing, investing in relining services as soon as possible (and not using your fireplace, in the meantime) is imperative. Fortunately for homeowners in the Tucson area, we’re here to help with any and all of your chimney and fireplace repairs.
What Do Chimney Liners Do?
Chimney liners serve a lot of important purposes, including:
- Protecting your home from heat and flames. Liners ensure high temps don’t reach adjacent woodwork or other combustible materials throughout your home.
- Protecting your masonry from decay and deterioration. Without a liner in place, acidic gases and fumes would have easy access to your brickwork, causing it to break down and leave your home vulnerable.
- Ensuring efficient and productive draft and airflow. When it comes to running a fireplace, proper airflow is vital to safer and better functioning. Liners ensure a smooth pathway for smoke and gases to follow.
Our experts are qualified to get the job done right, so that you don’t face risks when lighting fires throughout your burning season. Call or book online with us now.
When You Hire Us, You’ve Got Choices
We offer a couple of different relining options, guaranteeing your needs are met, no matter where your system stands.
HeatShield® relining offers an effective solution for restoring chimney liners that have suffered damage or deterioration within an otherwise solid chimney structure. If your system is cracking or has gaps and spalling throughout it, HeatShield® may be a more affordable and less-intensive solution.
This method uses a specially-developed Cerfractory Sealant, and provides three distinct options for repairing or relining your chimney. These consist of the Joint Repair System, the Resurfacing System, and the CeCure Sleeve Relining System. Each option offers a unique approach to address specific chimney concerns – and all ensure optimal performance.
Stainless Steel Liners
Stainless steel is one of the most reliable and durable materials out there, which is why it is so highly recommended for chimney liners. It’s long-lasting, easy to maintain, and compatible with any type of fuel, so switching up systems down the line won’t bring up new problems. Stainless steel liners are also flexible, making them well-suited for nearly any chimney.
Can I Install My Own Chimney Liner?
A quick search for chimney liners will bring up lots of options for DIY installation strategies. We’ll never advise taking this approach. Liners serve an extremely important purpose, not just in terms of efficiency, but in safety as well. Even a small mistake can lead to bigger issues, resulting in expensive damages and a heightened risk of house fires and/or smoke exposure.
Play it safe – trust our experts from the start.
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