You need a stainless steel chimney liner, that’s why you came to Chimney Liner Depot. The truth is, any handy homeowner can install a chimney liner. Like everything in the construction world professionals are best qualified to do these types of jobs. But let’s face it, in this economy not every homeowner has the luxury of hiring someone to reline their chimney.
The technicians at Chimney Liner Depot are going to make sure you are getting the right stainless steel chimney liner for the project. We will walk you through the entire installation process. We don’t recommend that you just buy a chimney liner and install it without talking to us first. The last thing we want is for you to buy the wrong chimney liner and install it incorrectly.
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You can choose to use either a rigid stainless steel chimney liner or a flexible stainless steel chimney liner. Flexible chimney liner pipe should be used if your chimney is less than perfectly straight with no offsets. If you have a nice straight chimney you most definitely should use rigid chimney liner pipe especially if you are venting a wood burning stove.
Rigid stainless steel chimney liner is the best product available to line a masonry chimney with. Rigid liner is thick, and cleans the best. It’s the most durable chimney liner and will never rip if you clean it aggressively. Light flexible chimney liners need to be cleaned with a type of plastic chimney brush because they are so thin.
There are different types of thicker more durable flexible chimney liners available. Flex King Pro is a 2 ply, smooth interior liner. It cleans much better than standard Flex King liners and is more durable.
Heavy flexible liners are very thick and durable. The only problem with them is that they are very heavy. A homeowner may have some trouble when installing a heavy flex stainless steel chimney liner.
If you are going to purchase a light flex stainless steel chimney liner you should buy one that is made from 316TI stainless steel. A lot of lesser quality liners are made from 316L or 304L. The Ti stands for titanium. The addition of titanium gives the chimney liner the ability to withstand less than perfect chimney conditions.