Invest In Chimney Relining Options That Last
When you find out you have a damaged chimney liner or your heating system is missing a liner, it can be a hard pill to swallow. Immediately, your mind conjures up dollar signs and you start thinking of ways you can get by without repairs or relining. As tough as it is to hear, the chimney liner plays such an important role in the safety and performance of your heating system, there’s really no way to get by without repairs or restoration. Here at Champs Chimney, we know that no one wants to have to hear that news twice, which is why we offer chimney relining options that are proven to be effective and long-lasting. When you have your chimney relined or restored by a Champs Chimney professional, you can rest assured you won’t be hearing that your liner needs replacing for a long time.
We proudly offer our customers in Albany, Schroon Lake, and everywhere in between the following chimney relining options:
- HeatShield® — HeatShield® can be used to fill holes and gaps, resurface flaking clay tiles, and restore areas of the chimney flue OR resurface and reinforce the entire chimney flue. This flue restoration option is approved for all fuel types and carries a 20-year Warranty, so it’s a great option for just about anyone with a clay tile liner that’s in disrepair.
- Stainless Steel — Stainless steel is also approved for use with all fuel types and carries a Lifetime Warranty when professionally installed and maintained. Stainless steel is a great option if your entire flue liner is in bad shape, you’re missing a liner altogether, or you’re looking for a liner that will perfectly fit your odd-shaped flue. Plus, with a stainless steel liner, you’ll know you’re good to go, even if you change fuel types in the future.
Is it time to have your chimney relined or restored? Give Champs Chimney a call at 518-307-7370 or fill out our online scheduling form and let us take care of it for you! We’re certified and we stand behind our work. For knowledgeable and friendly service, from Albany to Schroon Lake, call on Champs Chimney.