More About Chimney Liners
The Benefits of Chimney LinersAs you can imagine, there are benefits to using chimney liners over unmodulated venting:
- Improved ventilation
- Increased efficiency
- Saves wear and tear on your chimney
- Greater safety
That latter point is especially important if you have a gas stove. Be sure to check your fire and carbon monoxide alarms, and install some if you do not have any.
Simply put, a high-quality chimney liner in decent repair will safely transport and disperse your stove’s fumes safely out of your indoor environment without leakage or damage to your home or chimney. Aluminum vs. Stainless Steel Chimney Liners When considering chimney liners, it’s important to take into account the stove itself. Whether you are upgrading or sticking with what you already have, it is absolutely crucial to note that aluminum chimney liners are only for certain gas appliances, and therefore, should not be used with wood-burning appliances, as they burn too hot for aluminum to handle. Check with your appliance’s manufacturer before ordering.
On the other hand, should you change and/or install a wood-burning or oil stove, a stainless steel chimney liner would be the best fit, and is a better all-around solution. Buy from RoofingDirect.com today!
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