Each chimney can vary tremendously: it isn’t always the older properties that have problem chimneys. Many people believe “a flexible liner will solve the problem”. This is not the case and on occasion liners can lead to serious future problems & danger. We offer a wide range of chimney solutions.
Life expectancy and costs are always a consideration. There are many factors to be considered - Dry stove, or boiler fuel and use. We will advise you of some pit falls and supply the information needed to make an informed decision.How to find us >
Using our own employed flue installers both (HETAS registered) & (NACE qualified) you can feel relaxed that all aspects of the installation will be completed to the highest standard. Please see below a brief explanation of some of the systems we provide.
Flexi liners - are suitable for installations where the chimney is in good sound condition. Insulating the liner (back fill) and selecting the correct grade will help to prolong the life expectancy. It is essential the liner doesn’t touch the chimney wall, which may require the installer to break into the chimney to centralise the liner.
Nace cast in-situ concrete lining system - is a highly insulated permanent chimney lining. We have specialised in this system for over 35 years. Usually this is the best option for chimneys with failed divides that leak or damaged chimney internals. Learn more >
Pumice liners - are essential if building a new chimney for multifuel use. Also in some cases they can be used to reline existing unlined structures.
No chimney! - No problem - with the availability of quality stainless steel insulated flue. Wood burning or multifuel stoves can still be installed with an internal or external flue. Ultimately the position and regulations dictate the outcome so why not ask our advise.
Why not visit our large showrooms to see the wide range of live displays.
Book ahead if you are travelling a long way or need specific advise.How to find us >