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Is your chimney liner overdue for some maintenance? Or maybe your chimney has no liner at all? In either case, it isn’t wise to put off repair work. An unlined or incorrectly lined chimney presents many dangers, and it’s not worth taking any chances when your family’s well being is at stake. For fast and efficient results, give our team here at Magic Broom Chimney Sweeps a call today. We would love to help you out!

Hazards Of Having No Linerthree old damaged chimneys made of bricks

There are some big risks involved with running a chimney that isn’t lined. First of all, your system becomes much more vulnerable to cracking and crumbling. The acidic gases produced by your fires breaks down the mortar, causing it to deteriorate and weakening your structure as a whole. This also leaves pathways for flames and gases to escape.

The more openings your chimney has, the higher your risk is for carbon monoxide exposure, which is responsible for countless deaths throughout the country every single year. Due to its colorless and odorless nature, carbon monoxide is very hard detect, making it a gas you definitely don’t want to mess around with. Minimize risk of exposure significantly by having your chimney lined right away.

Another risk involved with an unlined chimney is an increase in potential house fires. Your chimney liner protects your home from the extreme heat your fireplace produces and, without one in place, it only take a few hours for adjacent woodwork to catch on fire. This is a scary fact and one that should be taken very seriously.

Finally, a chimney with no liner simply isn’t as efficient. Air flow will suffer, creosote will build up at a more rapid pace, and your home and family will be at a higher risk of experiencing some hazardous situations. If you ask us, it’s not worth taking any chances! Call in our experts today. We’ll look things over and have you all set up and ready to go in no time. This burning season will be your best one yet!

Different Types Of Liners

Metal liners can rust and clay liners can crack, so finding a good fit for your home and taking appropriate care of it is vital when picking out your new chimney liner. We offer clay, stainless steel, or aluminum options, and we can assess your unique set-up to help determine which would be the best choice for you.

Or if you just need your current liner repaired, we can definitely look into that, too! We’re here to offer the best solutions for your fireplace and chimney problems, so you can move forward with ease and enjoy your fall and winter to the fullest.

Give Us A Call Right Away

Our team is ready to take your call, so pick up the phone now to set up your appointment. In no time, your system will be up and running better than ever, giving you countless opportunities to enjoy a cozy and crackling fire this upcoming holiday season. This is our busy time of year, so don’t hesitate to get in touch! We look forward to speaking with you soon.