Why does your Raleigh home need Chimney Pipes or Chimney Liners?

Chimney pipes and liners are used to vent almost all types of gas and wood fireplaces, stoves and fireplace inserts. Different types of liners or chimney pipes are used depending on the type of fireplace or stove you have.

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Chimney Pipes

Chimney pipe is used when there is no existing chimney structure and is usually used to vent a wood stove or free standing, wood burning fireplace. Chimney pipes come in many different sizes and configurations. Chimney pipe is either insulated or air-cooled so that it can be installed in close proximity to combustible materials. Never the less, proper clearances to combustibles are extremely important to maintain.We work with a variety of the best manufacturers in the industry to safely vent products of combustion to the outside.

Direct Vent Chimney Pipe

Direct vent pipe is exclusively used to vent gas stoves and fireplaces. Direct vent pipe can be installed to vent both vertically out of the roof and also can vent horizontally out of an exterior wall. .Direct Vent Pipe technology is unique in that the outside chamber of the pipe conducts fresh air to feed the fire inside the appliance and the inner chamber directs the exhaust gases from the fire to the outside. It can also vent horizontally directly out an exterior wall without having to go above the roof. Very handy!

Stainless Steel Chimney Liners

Liners are installed inside of existing fireplace chimneys and are connected to a stove or fireplace insert. A liner can also be used to repair a severely deteriorated masonry chimney as an alternative to HeatShield flue repair. We work with the highest quality pipe that provides our customers with the confidence of durability and a lifetime warranty.

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