Chimney Liners Fairfield County CT
Looks can be deceiving
If we had a dime for every time we heard, “but my chimney looked fine on the outside” after a chimney fire, we’d be on a beach in Jamaica sipping mai-tais. Your chimney, like most chimneys, probably appears to be OK, but on the inside, we’re very likely to find a multitude of conditions that raise red flags. The original clay liner may have cracks or even pieces missing. Old chimneys might not even have a liner. Mortar and bricks may be loose and falling, and there could be an excessive building up combustible creosote on the flue walls. These conditions are a disaster in the making. Don’t risk it. Make an appointment for Four Seasons Chimney & Roofing, LLC to install a chimney liner in your home without delay!
HOMESAVER, LIFESAVER, MONEYSAVER
Four Seasons Chimney & Roofing, LLC will restore and revitalize your chimney by installing a HomeSaver UltraPro chimney relining system. These chimney liners are made with a .005” thick layer of 316 Ti-alloy stainless steel, specifically formulated to withstand the harsh conditions inside your chimney. Not only does the 316 Ti-alloy withstand the corrosive environments found in gas and oil flues, but it also stands up to the high heat present in wood flues. The patented gas tight interlock system is unsurpassed in strength. HomeSaver UltraPro has been tested and listed by Underwriters Laboratories to their highest standards and it comes with a lifetime warranty, including damage caused by both fire and corrosion. Call today for a free estimate!
WE PUT OUR FOOT DOWN ON INFERIOR LINERS
Everyone’s on a tight budget these days. So why should you spring for a HomeSaver UltraPro chimney liner instead of the generic model at the big box home improvement store? The difference would literally be made clear in one step. The generic chimney liner collapses under the weight of an average person. The HomeSaver UltraPro chimney liner doesn’t move an inch. So which chimney liner would you trust to protect your home and family? Think outside the big box, and call Four Seasons Chimney & Roofing, LLC in Thomaston, CT. We’ll even demonstrate the “crush test” for you!
Do I need to be home for the appointment?
Yes, chimney sweeps and full inspection of fireplace chimney, furnace flue, and dryer vents require interior home access. Most importantly, if something comes up during the inspection, your technician’s visual equipment will give you first-hand knowledge of what, where, when, why, and how to rectify the issue.
How often should I have my chimney cleaned?
The NFPA (National Fire Protection Association) code 211 says, “Chimneys, fireplaces, and vents shall be inspected at least once a year for soundness, freedom from deposits, and correct clearances. Cleaning, maintenance, and repairs shall be done if necessary.” Annual inspection with a fireplace chimney sweep as required. This is the National safety standard!
Why do I need to have my chimney cleaned?
Chimney sweeps are for integrity purposes, cleaning, and obstruction-free assurance. Creosote, also known as soot, is a natural byproduct of burning wood. As the smoke goes up your fireplace chimney, creosote clings to the inner walls of your chimney. Creosote is highly flammable and causes chimney fires.
Lifetime Warranty On Materials
5yr Warranty On Workmanship
Emergency Storm Work
Referral and New Customer Discounts