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At America One Chimney Sweep in Loch Lomond, VA we provide the installation and replacement of your chimney liner, keeping you safe from the toxic byproducts of fires.
What Is a Chimney Liner?
A chimney liner refers to the flue lining in a masonry chimney that traps combustion byproducts and directs them outside of your home into the atmosphere—protecting the walls of your chimney from heat and corrosion.
The installation of chimney liners and replacement of old, damaged liners is highly recommended, because of its significance in playing a role in the protection of your chimney and home. As a matter of fact, most fire codes now require chimney liner installation.
We at America One Chimney Sweep in Loch Lomond, VA expertly provide the installation and replacement of your chimney liner, keeping your chimney and home safe from the toxic byproducts of fires.
What Do Chimney Liners Do?
Chimney liners are extremely integral to your fireplace structure for the following reasons:
Prevention of heat transfer to combustibles— A chimney that doesn’t have a liner leads to the heat of the burning fire to pass through the chimney’s structure, resulting in the possibility of the chimney catching fire.
Protection of the masonry from corrosion— If flue gases go through the brick and mortar, they can compromise the structure of the chimney, which ultimately results in the shortening of the span of usable chimney life.
The byproducts of the combustion of wood are harmful to your chimney, because of their acidic nature that can corrode the chimney. This corrosion reduces the strength of mortar joints from within the chimney structure— allowing heat to escape through the chimney’s walls.
Contact us at America One Chimney Sweep in Loch Lomond, VA to schedule your chimney relining today!
We Are Certified Installers of the FireGuard System
This is a certified ceramic resurfacing and mortar joint repair system recommended by the National Fire Protection Agency 211.