Protect Your Home and Family with Our Chimney Relining & Flue Repair Services
Did you know that nothing is more important to us than promoting fire safety and helping ensure our customers throughout the Lexington area enjoy safer, warmer, more comforting moments around the fireside. That’s why we spend so much time educating clients about chimney liners and the importance of making repairs. We sell, install, and repair flue liners. Give us a call or schedule your appointment on our website.
We repair and resurface terra cotta/clay liners with FireGuard and reline chimneys with stainless steel. FireGuard is a certified and UL listed ceramic flue repair and resurfacing system that we use to repair and restore clay tile liners. This system is designed to really take the heat and can withstand temps up to 3,205 degrees F. Not only that, but both the mortar joint repair and resurfacing repair system carry great factory guarantees against material failure. And the job can typically be done in a single day!
So when is FireGuard the smart choice? When:
- you need to have your chimney resurfaced, relined, or repaired without altering the size of the flue
- your clay tile liner is still structurally sound, but needs repair work or a smooth, fresh surface
Don’t waste your time with other companies that can’t get the job done. SirVent had knowledgeable and clean cut employees who cleaned up the workspace quite well. It’s great knowing you’re supporting a local company! Wouldn’t hesitate to recommend this business to anyone who needs chimney work
Stainless steel liners are the new industry standard because they’re about as rust resistant, corrosion resistant, and durable as it gets. These liners are available in rigid or flexible models and come in a variety of sizes, and because they’re approved for use with all fuel types, stainless steel can be a great option for venting just about every appliance. Not only that, but these come with a lifetime warranty when professionally installed and installation doesn’t require the tear out of the old liner or any demolition work.
So when would you opt for stainless steel? Stainless steel liners are great if:
- your chimney was built without a liner
- you need to have your flue resized for better performance
- your liner is unsafe or not approved for use with your new appliance
Is It Time To Reline Or Repair Your Chimney Flue? Contact Us
If you haven’t had your chimney inspected in the last year, be sure to schedule an inspection with an experienced and knowledgeable chimney sweep. We’ll take a look at your chimney system and let you know if your chimney liner is missing or damaged. We use video scanning equipment to look closely at each section of the flue liner and we’ll provide you pictures, detailed reports, and estimate to give you confidence, so you know exactly what needs to be done to restore your chimney and why repairs are necessary. We are certified and fully licensed and we are fair and upfront about pricing.
Ready to schedule your inspection? Call us or request an appointment online today.