How much does heat shield chimney repair cost?

How much does heat shield chimney repair cost?

HeatShield® Chimney Repair Cost Sealing your chimney with HeatShield® is typically between $2,500 and $3,500.

Which chimney liner is best?

Stainless will always be the best option when it comes to performance, durability, safety and cost. A stainless steel chimney liner that is properly sized, for the stove, furnace, or fireplace will maintain or improve the venting performance (draft).

What is a chimney heat shield?

HeatShield is a specially formulated “Cerfractory®” sealant material that restores the integrity of your chimney’s flue to vent hazardous flue gases from your home. It eliminates the dangers in your chimney caused by gaps, cracks, and spalling for years to come.

Can a metal chimney liner be replaced with heatshield?

While installing a metal chimney liner or rebuilding the chimney can be costly and time consuming, the HeatShield® Relining System is very economical. Durable – The sealant used in these services is a hybrid of ceramic and refractory materials that can withstand moisture, corrosive flue gases, and temperatures in excess of 2900°F.

Can a clay flue liner be repaired with heatshield?

Damaged chimney liner? HeatShield® can restore your chimney’s clay flue liner and save you the expense of rebuilding or relining with a stainless steel chimney liner. HeatShield® is a chimney liner repair system that eliminates the hazards and draft problems caused by gaps, cracks and spalling in otherwise sound masonry chimneys.

When to use heatshield sealant on a chimney?

After the adhesive has dried, the HeatShield® sealant is applied in the same manner. This process covers any cracks, crevices, or areas of vulnerability that can compromise the effectiveness and efficiency of the chimney. Why Choose a HeatShield® System?

What kind of liner should I use for my Chimney?

It involves lining the chimney with a layer of ceramic that acts like a sealant. Thermocrete is extremely durable and fills in cracks and crevices along the flue. The material can be quickly installed and is safe for both gas and wood fireplaces. It is also useful for chimney repairs.