My masonry chimney doesn't have a flue liner, instead it has just an open chamber at the top of the chimney. How does a liner work and how would it attach at the smoke chamber?
Posted by Elite Deals - Chris M. on 24 October 2013 02:45 PM

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To re-line your chimney, you can use a bottom plate leg support system in your chamber. You can see that item here: HomeSaver Universal Size Bottom Plate Leg Support System You would then utilize an appropriately-sized bottom collar, available in diameters ranging from 8" up to 12". You can see the 8" bottom collar here: HomeSaver 18 inch x 18 inch Bottom Plate with Collar and 8 inch Diameter Finally, you would install the matching diameter chimney liner and use a top plate at the top of the chimney to support it. Here is an example of one of our 8" liners: 8 inch x 25-ft. HomeSaver Ultrapro 316Ti Chimney Re-Liner Pipe

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