We Reline Chimneys Throughout MetroWest With High-Quality, Long-Lasting Chimney Liners From HomeSaver
Here at Chim Chimney Sweep, our goal is to keep our customers in Boston West and all throughout Middlesex and Worcester Counties safe while they enjoy the warmth of their fireplace or stove — that’s why we do what we do. With our 35+ years in business, ongoing education, and industry training, we know just how big of a role the chimney liner plays in the safety and performance of the chimney system, which is why expert chimney lining is one of our core services.
When you sit down to relax by the fireside, you don’t want to have to worry about heat accessing nearby walls and framing and sparking a house fire, or smoke and gases entering your home and air supply. But when you have a damaged or missing chimney liner, those are very real concerns. Traditional clay tile liners can crack or even collapse, blocking the chimney and sending smoke and carbon monoxide back into your home. What’s worse? Some older chimneys were built without liners!
Is your chimney liner missing or a threat to your safety? We can make sure it isn’t by installing a HomeSaver chimney liner.
Why We Love HomeSaver Stainless Steel Chimney Liners
There are many chimney liner options out there, but our customers deserve the best — that’s why we use HomeSaver.
HomeSaver liners are constructed of high-quality stainless steel and carry a lifetime warranty. Installation is relatively quick, and these flexible (yet crush-resistant) liners can be used in chimneys of all shapes, sizes, and configurations. So whether your flue is pretty standard and straight or it bends or changes in size in different spots, a HomeSaver stainless steel chimney liner can be perfectly fitted for a lifetime of protection and service.
Another benefit to these liners is that they can be used to vent all fuels, so it doesn’t matter if your appliance is wood, gas, pellet, or oil, a HomeSaver chimney liner can take the heat and the abuse, year after year.
We Reline Furnace Flues & Hot Water Heater Flues, Too
Don’t forget about the chimney venting your gas or oil furnace or hot water heater! Most old furnace and hot water flues were not made to work with these modern appliances, and the flue may need to be relined for optimal safety and performance.
With A Thorough Inspection, You’ll Know If It’s Time To Reline
To find out if your chimney flue is in bad condition and needs to be relined, schedule an inspection with a Chim Chimney Sweep Certified Chimney Professional by calling 508-875-3874. Our team will provide a thorough inspection and let you know what needs to be done, if anything. You can also request an appointment right here on our website — click here! We look forward to serving you and helping you get more enjoyment from your fireside.