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Chimney Liners are durably and economically engineered for longevity and safety. Installing a chimney lining system will breathe new life and vitality to your chimney with a thick layer of stainless steel and gas tight interlock system that is unsurpassed in strength.
Chimney liners are available in Single-Wall and Smooth-Wall kits. In this article, we'll discuss each type of liner and help you decide which is best for you.
Single-Wall Chimney Liner
When choosing a chimney liner for your masonry chimney, single-wall lining kits are your most economical option. Single-wall liners are strong and flexible liners that are constructed with 316L grade stainless steel and fully covered under a lifetime warranty.
Smooth-Wall Chimney Liner
Smooth-Wall Chimney Liners are constructed with the same 316L grade stainless steel build as the single-wall liner except they feature a double-layer build that is engineered for strength and long lasting durability. The smooth inner wall of the Smooth-Wall liner delivers up to 20% greater draft over equal size corrugated pipe for increased efficiency and improved performance of your heating appliance.
- Extremely Strong 2-ply construction
- Kits available in 3"- 8" diameters
- Fully covered under lifetime warranty
- UL Listed to 1777 zero clearance standard
- Constructed with 316L grade stainless steel
- Easier to clean, fewer nooks & crannies for soot to collect in
- Unrestricted flow creates 20% Better draft over single-wall liners
Should I insulate my Chimney Liner?
Yes, insulating your Chimney Liner will have many benefits to your install such as the ability to regulate temperature consistently which will reduce the amount of creosote build up that can occur inside of your chimney liner.