Category Archives: Chimney Liners & Flue Liners

Information about chimney liners and flue liners for your home.

Why insulate your stainless steel chimney liner?

Basically you need insulation for safety and performance.  The safety issue is a no brainer.  Keep the extremely high temperatures that can reach 2100 degrees away from your home and prevent a house fire. The second reason, performance, is a more difficult one to understand for some.  Here is a picture of a cap from…
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Winter is still here

If you have been thinking about putting off the installation of a new stainless steel chimney liner, you should think twice. Chimney Liner Depot has great pricing on standard chimney liner kits. We can also build you a custom package to fit your unique chimney liner needs. We carry several types of flexible chimney liners…
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Winter is coming!!!

Like it or not, snow and ice will soon be here.  This means cold temperatures and firing up the stove and furnace.  This year let us help you make sure your chimney is safe.  The purpose of a chimney liner is to contain all of the harmful exhaust that is released from your appliance.  These…
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Why buy a Chimney Liner now?

Why should you buy a chimney liner now?  Some people think they will now wait until spring to install a chimney liner.  There are multiple reasons to install a chimney liner now and not wait. First, it can be very dangerous to wait.  The chimney may appear to be in good condition on the outside…
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Installing a Wood stove

Are you planning on installing a wood stove this winter?  Is the high price of heating oil making you think about using alternative fuels?  If so you have come to the right place for help installing a wood stove safely. One of the most important parts of installing a wood stove is making sure your…
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Gas Boiler Chimney Flue Liner

If you are installing a gas boiler you most likely will need a chimney liner. If you don't need one now, you will need one soon. A gas boiler vents a lot of condensation and acid residue into a clay flue liner. This type of venting is very damaging to a masonry chimney. The best…
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Flex King Pro HD, what is it?

What is a Flex King Pro HD? The Flex King Pro HD is our new Heavy Duty Smooth Wall flexible chimney liner. It's made to perform under the most extreme conditions. It's smooth wall construction is made to stand up against the most harsh wood stove applications. It's heavy duty but light enough for an…
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Chimney Liner Types

When relining a chimney there are several types of chimney lining systems available. Chimney Liner Depot carries flexible and rigid chimney liners. A rigid chimney liner is hands down the best chimney liner available. It's glass smooth interior promotes excellent chimney draft and makes it harder for creosote to stick to than traditional liners. The…
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Is it too hot in June to install a chimney liner?

Remember that summer is always over before we know it. If you need a chimney liner for a fireplace insert, for a gas boiler, or oil furnace... now is the time to get moving on the project. If you want to do the job yourself, you need to call Chimney Liner Depot and let our…
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What makes Chimney Liner Depot different?

Chimney Liner Depot: Who are we? Chimney Liner Depot is different from other online chimney liner dealers because we are not just a dealer.  Almost every online store you see selling chimney liners is just that, an online store and nothing more.  They buy their product from one place and resell and have it shipped…
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Chimney Liner Top Plate options

Chimney Liner Top Plate Options When you buy a chimney liner kit, it includes a top plate.  These top plates can vary in style and size.  It is very important to purchase the size you need.  Sometimes you can "make it work" and others times you cannot.  So it is best to do your research…
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Rigid Chimney Liner Vs Flex Chimney Liner

Rigid Vs. Flex As you have researched for your purchase of a chimney liner, you have encountered a rigid chimney liner and a flex chimney liner.  What chimney liner do you need?  Obviously you do not want to spend extra money if it does not bring much of a benefit.  We will answer 4 questions. …
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Flex King Vs. Flex King Pro

Flex King Vs. Flex King Pro Many people see our Flex King and Flex King Pro chimney liners and wonder what chimney liner is best for their application.  There is no one answer that fits all.  Lets talk about when you would use a Flex King or a Flex King Pro first for a wood…
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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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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 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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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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