Your chimney consists of several different components that work together to ensure safety and efficiency. Of these, one of the most important is the chimney liner. The chimney liner protects the brick and mortar joints of the chimney from corrosive gases. Not only that, but it also protects your home from heat transfer and combustion.

Chimney liners are available in three different types: terracotta or clay tile, concrete-like cast-in-place, and metal. As the premier provider of professional chimney services in the Shenandoah Valley, we are the experts in this field. Blue Ridge Chimney Services is often asked which types of chimney liners we sell and install. Our answer is HomeSaver UltraPro! We feel that this stainless steel relining system is the best liner available on the market. We would like to tell you more about why we sell and install this particular chimney liner.

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If you have a traditional masonry chimney, a terracotta clay tile liner is likely the current liner in your chimney. Although this type of liner was built to last a lifetime, the tiles can become cracked and deteriorated over the years. Water damage and exposure to high heats are no joke! Repairing and replacing a terracotta clay tile usually would require us to tear down your existing chimney and rebuild it with the new liner. This is a very time consuming and expensive procedure. However, with the HomeSaver UltraPro chimney relining system, forget about it! We can reline your chimney with a dependable and durable product for much less than it would cost to tear down and rebuild the entire structure.

Tough Enough to be Guaranteed by a Lifetime Warranty

When the HomeSaver UltraPro stainless steel liner is installed by professionals, it is backed with the best lifetime warranty in the industry. The manufacturer is that confident in this UL Listed chimney liner! It has been installed in thousands of chimneys over the past two decades. Made to withstand moisture, corrosive combustion gases, and extremely high temperatures, this liner is dependable, strong, and durable enough to last for many years.

When was the last time your chimney was relined? Contact us today at Blue Ridge Chimney Services to schedule an appointment for our professional chimney relining services. We know you will be satisfied with your chimney relining services.