Chimney Lining installers
To determine the exact flue product needed for your chosen wood fired appliance, always check the manufacturers' recommendations or contact us for chimney liner installation advice.
Most old brick chimneys constructed after 1850 were built for small open fires and the internal flue size was usually 225mm x 225mm (one brick) square. The largest stainless steel flexible liner we can fit into a typical chimney as a standard reline has a 175mm internal diameter. Larger concrete/pumice flues can be added with further structural disturbance. In some cases, due to your existing chimney being undersized or badly built a unique method of installation will be governed by the age and style of property.
Flue liners must be insulated. The main aim of insulating a chimney flue serving a log burner is to ensure the unburned gasses (smoke) from the appliance reaches outside without cooling and condensing on the way, creating a sticky tar build up.
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