Chimney Liners at Chimney Genie in Long Island

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Chimney Liner Installation, Maintenance, and Repair at Chimney Genie

Your chimney comes into contact with toxic by-products and extreme conditions, so proper maintenance is needed to reduce dangerous risks. If left neglected, your chimney liner might cause a fire, some blockages, and other serious problems that could interfere with your day-to-day tasks at home.

Avoid all these problems and seek our chimney service at Chimney Genie. With our highly-trained crew and specialized tools, we provide patients with thorough inspections and chimney cleaning. Once we've spotted minor damages, we'd immediately conduct a chimney repair. You can call us today for a free consultation or visit our website to fill out a quote.

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What Are Chimney Liners

Your chimney is specifically engineered to bring toxic by-products from the fireplace, wood stove, and other heating systems out of your home or establishment. It ensures safe and proper ventilation in your home. Because of these, all chimney products are important to keeping your chimney up and running, making chimney liners also deserving of attention.

There are still questions regarding the importance of chimney flue liner. But our certified chimney experts at Chimney Genie strongly recommend installing one. As the term implies, chimney flue liners are linings installed inside your chimney – these are conduits made of metal, clay tiles, or ceramic. They serve as:

  • protection from an accidental chimney fire
  • preventative measures from chimney damage and corrosion
  • protection against heat and corrosion
  • size corrector for chimneys

Chimney Genie offers a chimney liner installation to your home. You can call us today to learn more about this fireplace service.

Types of Chimney Liners 

If you still don't have a chimney liner, and you're thinking of installing one, you can choose from its different types. Consult a chimney expert to know which is the best type for you.

The types of chimney liners are:

  • Clay liners - the most common type of chimney flue, a clay liner is perfect for those seeking a less expensive option but can still manage to provide proper maintenance to their fireplace. They also work perfectly well and can even last up to 50 years -- but this is only with proper chimney maintenance services.
  • Cast-in-place liners - this type of flue liner is usually made with concrete -- your chimney professional will install a mold and pour concrete, serving as the chimney's lining. Once dry, you will have a flue liner without cracks or leaks. It's good insulation that provides more structural support to your chimney. 
  • Stainless steel liners - stainless steel chimney liners are probably the most popular type of flue lining. They’re also a flexible chimney liner, so they would fit chimneys or heat systems with intricate engineering.

Consult with our experts at Chimney Genie to know more about the best flue liners suitable for your existing chimney.

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Services at Chimney Genie for Your Chimney Liners 

Chimney Genie offers chimney liner installation services to provide your chimney with utmost protection, reducing dangerous risks to your home or establishment. We are certified chimney experts with more than 20 years of experience. Our team is equipped with the best practices and specialized tools to give customers a fail-safe and efficient and safe chimney.

  • certified specialists
  • thorough chimney inspection services
  • on the spot chimney relining job

If you want to know more about our chimney services, you can call our hotline for a free consultation. You may also visit our website and fill out a quote.

FAQs About Chimney Liners

Q: Can I replace my chimney liners myself?

A: Yes, you can replace or install your own chimney liners, but only if you are handy, have specialized tools and help, are knowledgeable about the process and have the right safety protocols. Replacing your chimney liner involves climbing up on the roof and atop your chimney, so it can be dangerous work. If you're unsure about doing the process yourself, you must consult a chimney maintenance service.

Q: How often should I replace my chimney liners?

A: Replacing your chimney liners would depend on their lifespan and condition – cast-in-place liners and clay tile liners can last around 50 years with the right maintenance. Metal chimney liners can last for 15 to 20 years. Low-quality chimney flue liners might last for 5 years.

Q: How do you know if you need a new chimney liner?

A: You need a new chimney liner if your old one is broken or developing cracks.

Call Chimney Genie for Chimney Liner Services

Chimney liners offer your chimney added protection, especially when it comes into contact with toxic products and heat. Because of this, experts suggest their installation and maintenance for a safer and more efficient venting system.

Chimney Genie is equipped with advanced methods and specialized tools to provide world-class boiler chimney installation, cleaning, and other maintenance services. If you want to know more about our services, you can call our hotline or get a quote from our website.