Price estimate on poured in liner.

Georgia, United States   

I have an old (1870’s) farmhouse, with 2 chimneys.

There are two flues in each chimney. There is one that is not a poured in liner, like the others are.

Unfortunately, this is the one I want to use for a fireplace insert.

I need to get an idea of the cost involved in this sort of thing.

It looks like a good way to go, if I can swing it. Thank you!

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by ChimneyChick | December 29, 2015 ChimneyChick's avatar
Midland, Ontario

For a fireplace insert your best option is to install a full stainless steel chimneyliner that connects directly to the collar of the insert itself.
If you do a poured in place liner above the damper you would still have to attach a liner to the insert and continue it all the way to the top of the chimney stack.as per manufacturers specs.

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