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Bozeman Chimney Liners and "Chimney Relining"

Bozeman chimneys need a chimney liner to be in compliance with NFPA code 211.

 

Bozeman chimneys built before 1938 were built without a chimney liner. Without a liner or with cracked flue liner tiles, heat transfer or actual seepage through the brick and mortar can easily occur. Bozeman chimneys built after 1938 are built with terra-cotta clay tiles stacked and mortared inside the chimney structure. Terra-cotta flue tiles serve as a gas-tight and heat-resistant insulator against the masonry structure. Big Sky Chimney installs stainless steel chimney liners to remedy aging masonry joints as well as remedy some constructions issues. New chimney liners are gas tight systems insulated for highest efficiency. Chimney liners help solve fire safety issues in chimneys previously exposed to a chimney fire. Chimney liners are also suggested in older unlined chimney flues. For more info about chimney liners, please call the chimney professionals at 406-995-3385.

   

 

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"But my chimney looks fine on the outside."

Your chimney like most chimneys, probably appears to be in fine condition on the outside. But let`s take a look at what really counts in chimney operation...the inside.

   
Bozeman Chimney repair - chimney relining Now look inside, see the problems?

When we look at the interior of the same chimney we can find a number of imperfect conditions. Pieces are missing from the original clay liner and there are cracks in the clay liner. (Older chimneys might not even have a liner.) Mortar and bricks are loose and falling. And there is excessive buildup of combustible creosote on the flue walls.

These conditions may be the result of a number of possible causes, including: flue fires, an improperly vented or misused stove, poor chimney construction, excessive moisture, and more.

With continued use of this chimney, any of these conditions could lead to loss of property or life.

   

Prevent Bozeman Chimney Fires

It happened thousands of times last year - chimney defects resulted in home fires.



It doesn`t take much to start a home fire...a spark flitting through a crack in the chimney wall into the attic...a chimney ember igniting a creosote fire which then climbs the full height of the chimney "looking" for a breech in the chimney wall...or simply excessive heat reflected through chimney walls when a clay liner is missing or damaged.



With continued use of this chimney, any of these conditions could lead to loss of property or life.



Fortunately, the problems of a deteriorating chimney can be corrected without completely rebuilding your chimney.

 
Bozeman Chimney relining system by HomeSaver

HomeSaver will restore and revitalize your chimney by putting insulated stainless steel between your chimney flue and the defects in your chimney walls. This will add to the safety of your home and family. Plus, it will increase the resale value of your home.

HomeSaver`s stainless steel construction is unsurpassed in strength and protection. It has been tested and listed by Underwriters Laboratories to their highest heat test standard. And for wood burning applications, HomeSaver Chimney Relining Systems offers a warranty you can even pass on to the next owner of your home.

 

HomeSaver can reline virtually any chimney configuration you may have - from single, straight flues to multiple, connected flues with bends and size changes.

 

Call to Big Sky Chimney today. Big Sky Chimney is a chimney professional and HomeSaver installer servicing Bozeman, Belgrade, Manhattan, Big Sky, West Yellowstone, and Gallatin Gateway.

   

Bozeman Chimney Services - Uses HomeSaver Chimney relining systems

Big Sky Chimney uses HomeSaver Chimney Relining Systems. Learn more about HomeSaver Chimney Liners here.