You can’t see it or smell it. It may be a household’s single greatest danger. It can be caused naturally, or it can come from your heating system or fireplace. It’s carbon monoxide. We can help prevent deadly carbon monoxide from penetrating through your unlined or deteriorating chimney. Let us tell you about the lining system before we discuss relining. Most masonry chimneys are constructed with an inner liner of clay tiles. It might just be the most important part of the chimney. The purpose of this liner is to keep the heat of flue gases inside the chimney so the chimney can’t overheat the nearby combustible material, such as the framing and walls of your house and possibly cause a fire. The liner also keeps carbon monoxide, moisture, smoke, creosote, and other products of combustion from seeping through the bricks and mortar of your chimney and leaking into your home. As you can see, a secure lining system is crucial to the safety and well-being of your home and family.
This brings us to a chimney relining system. What is it? Simple. It’s what you need when the original clay tile liner cracks, crumbles and deteriorates over time. Perhaps, if your home is older, your chimney never had such a lining at all. Water damage, chimney fires, or just age can cause the deterioration of your clay liner. When that happens the National Fire Prevention Association (NFPA) code 211 says it must be replaced. The most popular, effective and economical way to reline your chimney is with UL listed, HomeSover stainless steel relining pipe. HomeSaver has been used for over 25 years in chimneys throughout North America and is the industry leader. Take no chances. Let us inspect your chimney liner and keep you safe.