Reline With Stainless Steel, A Long-Lasting Solution To Troubled & Damaged Flues

So you scheduled a chimney inspection and the findings reveal damage to your flue liner. It’s not news anyone wants to hear, because it’s not something you can ignore or deal with later — if you want to continue using your fireplace, repairs have to be made. Why not invest in repairs that will last and prevent you from hearing this news twice? Invest in a stainless steel liner.

Stainless steel liners can do all of the following:

  • Safely restore a chimney with a damaged clay tile or terra cotta liner
  • Help eliminate smoke issues and draft problems associated with an improperly sized or damaged liner
  • Safely restore a chimney without a liner
  • Eradicate the need for a costly and labor-intensive tearing out of an old clay tile liner and putting in of a new clay tile liner

Stainless steel liners are strong, durable, and designed to effectively and efficiently vent wood and gas-fueled appliances. This means that, whether your chimney is venting a wood stove, a gas fireplace, or an oil furnace, a stainless steel liner can enable it to do so safely, for years to come.

Technician carrying chimney liner

Here at Sweepnman, we proudly reline damaged chimney flues with Ventis stainless steel flexible liners, which can fit just about any chimney, regardless of size or shape. Our liners carry Limited Lifetime Warranties when installed and maintained by a professional and Chimney Safety Institute of America (CSIA)-certified team (like the team here at Sweepnman), which means you can be confident in the durability and strength of your new liner.

Why Reline With Stainless Steel & Not Aluminum?

With aluminum costing less than stainless steel, you may be wondering why stainless steel is worth the investment. Well, for one, there are stainless steel liners for every fuel type, while aluminum liners are only approved for use with some fuel types. Additionally, stainless steel liners typically carry Lifetime Warranties, while aluminum liners are prone to rust and corrosion after years of service. So make the smart choice — invest in a liner that’s going to last — invest in stainless steel.

To request an appointment to have your chimney liner inspected or replaced, give Sweepnman a call at 978-664-6642 or reach out here on our website. We’re reliable and knowledgeable professionals with the education and experience to restore your chimney system quickly and efficiently.


You may be able to solve your chimney relining issues with the professional application of HeatShield®. Find out today if it can work for you.