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How do you clean a Fireplace?

Why do you clean a Fireplace? Many people love coming home to see a cozy fire in the fireplace.  This is always a favorite for special family occasion.  Some people only burn wood in the fireplace occasionally while others have a warm fire every evening during the winter months.  A fireplace can also be extremely…
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Round Stainless Steel Insert Boot

Round Stainless Steel Insert Boot A round stainless steel insert boot is designed to make the connection from an insert between a square or rectangle flue outlet and a round chimney liner.  Many old style fireplace inserts have a rectangle flue outlet.  This is because at one time they believed it to be OK just…
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Why do you need a chimney liner?

Why do you need a chimney liner? You may ask, "Why do you need a chimney liner?".  You may think that your chimney has been there for almost a hundred years and as far as you know it is safe.  So why is my chimney sweep telling me I need to install a chimney liner…
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Seasoning Firewood

The importance of Seasoning Firewood Now that the burning season for most of has finished, we have to start thinking about seasoning firewood for the seasons to come.  Hopefully you already have your firewood split and stacked for the coming burning season.  In a perfect world you would already have 2 years of firewood stacked. …
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Follow us on Facebook for Chimney Liner Sales

Do you want chimney liner sales that are not available to everyone?  Would you like free upgrades?  Do you want a chance to win a FREE cleaning kit?  Follow us on Facebook, we will almost always have a sale or an offer of some type only advertised on our Facebook page, Click Here. Right now…
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Chimney Restoration with a Chimney Liner

If your chimney flue is deteriorating your chimney may be dangerous. If you have cracked flue tiles or missing flue tiles your venting system may be allowing dangerous gases to enter your home. What can you do about this? How can you repair a deteriorating chimney without a complete chimney re-build? You've come to the…
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Chimney Liner Metals

If you are considering buying a flexible or rigid chimney liner you should know a few things about the metals used in high quality chimney liners. First off, Chimney Liner Depot only sells liners made from the highest quality stainless steel available. What you want in a chimney liner For wood burning appliances/stoves 304L stainless…
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Factory Direct Chimney Liners

When you buy a chimney liner from ChimneyLinerDepot.com you are buying factory direct. Our chimney liners are priced low, but the quality is high. We can afford to sell our chimney liners at the prices we do because we control the production costs. We use the highest quality alloys for our chimney liners.   If…
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Burning wood in your chimney

Here is a nice video which talks about seasoned firewood. It's not good to burn wet wood. It will create creosote build-up. Creosote build-up is not good. It can lead to a chimney fire if left unattended. If you have a stainless steel chimney liner in your chimney you still need to clean your wood…
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Did your heating season start late?

This year across much of the North East the cold weather/heating season started a little late. Last years heating season was also relatively mild. This caused many homeowners to use their heating systems a lot less. This meant them believing that they did not need to have their chimneys serviced. Despite how much you use…
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Chimney Liner Depot End of Year Sale

Chimney Liner Depot is running a huge sale to reduce inventory before the end of the year. 20% off all flexible liner kits. Now is the time to get the bests prices anywhere on a high quality chimney liner. Don't wait because the sale is over once our inventory is reduced. Liners are going fast,…
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Chimney liners, everywhere online, which one should you buy

We are obviously going to say you should buy a liner from chimneylinerdepot.com. Why do we say that? Well to make it simple, you are getting manufacturer direct chimney liners when you go with chimneylinerdepot.com. It's really simple, you are getting top of the line quality chimney liners and chimney liner components. You are getting…
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Black Friday Chimney Liner Deals

Make sure to check out Chimney Liner Depot on Black Friday. We are going to have a great sale. Now is the time to buy a chimney liner. Don't wait any longer. Before you know it the snow will be here. The weather is perfect for installing a chimney liner. Our stainless steel chimney liners…
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Rigid Chimney Liner for wood stove

If you are thinking about relining your chimney with a stainless steel chimney liner, you should seriously consider lining it with a rigid chimney liner. A rigid chimney liner is nothing more than a stainless steel pipe. It is not flexible and comes in sections that you connect during installation. It provides a glass smooth…
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Chimney Liners Love Cold Weather

It's starting to get cold again. That means firing up the furnace or stove. You may not have used your chimney a whole lot last year, but that doesn't mean you shouldn't have it inspected and or cleaned. You may find that you are in need of a metal chimney liner. There are various reasons…
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Why buy a chimney liner from us?

-We have the highest quality chimney liners and components in the business -Highest Grade Stainless Steel - 316 TI (ti stands for titanium) -Factory Direct Pricing -Factory-Backed Warranty -Expert Support -Made in the USA -Large Selection -Fast Shipping   These are just a few reasons why you should buy a chimney liner from Chimney Liner…
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What is a chimney liner?

A chimney liner is design to be installed in an existing chimney. Prefab chimneys and masonry chimneys are existing chimneys that can have chimney liner installed in them. A chimney liner is not to be confused with an actual chimney. Masonry chimneys usually have clay flue tiles. These flue tiles can break down over time.…
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It’s fall, it’s time to look at your chimney

Every year during the fall season there is a sudden increase in chimney liner sales. Most people start thinking about chimneys during the fall months. It certainly is the season to inspect your chimney and if needed, install a chimney liner. There are two types of stainless steel chimney liners that can be installed. A…
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Why Insulate your chimney liner

Here is a link that talks about chimney liner insulation. Why it is important to insulate your chimney liner. Is insulating a chimney required to maintain a UL Listing?
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Chimney Chase Cover

What is a chase cover? A chase cover is a metal covering of a chimney chase. The chimney chase can be made of wood which would house a Class A Chimney system or it can be considered a masonry structure. Most masonry chimneys are protected on top by a masonry crown. This deflects water and…
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Flexible Chimney Flue Pipe can Bring New Life to Your Chimney

The chimney liner is the ultimate solution to the problems that plague most chimneys. Modern stainless steel provides air tight and water tight barrier that seals in gases and creosote. Underwriters Laboratory declared that flex systems excel standards for chimney safety and can even withstand a chimney fire and still maintain structural integrity. This system…
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Stainless Steel Chimney Liner Pipe

What is stainless steel chimney pipe? Most masonry chimneys have a terra-cotta chimney flue liner inside the brick or block exterior of the chimney. Todays appliances can cause serious problems for masonry chimneys. Because of this, stainless steel chimney pipe is used to reline the masonry chimney. This stainless steel chimney pipe provides a protection…
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Pellet Stove Chimney Liner

Do pellet stoves need chimney liners? If you have an existing chimney that you would like to vent a pellet stove into you should install a stainless steel chimney liner. Why? In order for an appliance to run correctly it should vent into a chimney or pipe that is sized correctly. Most pellet stoves have…
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