Stainless Steel Liners — Installation’s Fast & These Liners Last A Lifetime!

If you recently found out you need a new chimney liner, you’re probably not too excited about investing in something you won’t even see day in and day out. But the flue liner is such an important piece of the chimney system and is one of the components that makes it safe for you to enjoy a fire in your home. The liner is what prevents heat transfer and keeps dangerous gases, hot ash and embers, and smoke moving up and out of your chimney and home.

Because of its important job, you want to make sure you’re investing in a liner that’s going to do the job well, and do it for a long time. So what’s the best option in most cases? Stainless steel.

Here at C&C Chimney, we sell and install the industry’s best corrosion-resistant, rigid and flex stainless steel liners. Why do we trust stainless steel over other metal liners, like aluminum?

Stainless steel liners are:

  • Approved for all fuel types — No matter what type of appliance you have, whether gas, pellet, or wood-burning, stainless steel is a safe choice. This metal is approved for venting all fuels.
  • Available in all shapes and sizes for a perfect fit — Like people, chimneys can come in all shapes and sizes. But no matter what your chimney’s like, there’s a stainless steel liner that will fit perfectly for optimal performance.
  • Corrosion-resistant and rust-resistant — Aluminum and other weaker metals will only rust and corrode over time because they can’t handle the heat and moisture produced by all fuel types. Stainless steel, on the other hand, will not.
  • Stronger & longer lasting than any other metal liners — Stainless steel is an incredibly durable metal. Why invest in something you’ll only have to replace in a year or two? Instead, invest in a liner that will last you a lifetime.
Chimney Relining - Stainless Steel Liner and crown

I’m Ready For A New Liner, But Where Do I Start?

The first thing you’ll want to do if you haven’t already is schedule an inspection. During an inspection, we’ll thoroughly evaluate your chimney system and calculate exactly what size the liner needs to be for optimal performance and draft. Once we’ve got the measurements, we’ll have the liner installed and insulated by one of our Chimney Safety Institute of America (CSIA)-certified chimney sweeps.

When you have your chimney relined by C&C Chimney, you can rest assured your new liner will work effectively and safely, and will last you a lifetime. In fact, our liners carry a lifetime warranty (as long as you keep up with annual inspections), so you won’t have to worry about saving up for another liner anytime soon.

Ready to have your chimney inspected and relined? Don’t wait until you’re ready to light the first fire of the season — call now at 918-396-8296. We look forward to helping you enjoy a safer fireside experience, this year and every year.


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