Chimney / Flue Lining

Ensure your chimney is safe with our high-quality, invisible liners

Chimney / Flue Lining

By law, every working fireplace, whether using solid fuel or a class one gas fire is required to have a functioning flue in good condition. A sound working flue is essential so that noxious fumes can escape up the chimney and not find their way back into the building through gaps or leaks. Lining is the safest solution to ensure a fully functional flue.

We start by carrying out an on-site chimney inspection. This includes smoke testing, accessing the roof to check the condition of your chimney pot and, if relevant, your current chimney lining. If the flue is breached, i.e. there is a leak or a gap in the chimney which cannot be repaired, it is then necessary to line the flue. We inspect the chimney stack and take measurements of the fireplace opening with relation to the stove and the relevant building regulations for the installation of solid fuel appliances. One of our experts will then advise which Solid Fuel appliance is suitable and decide whether the existing brick chimney should be re-lined.

We will take a flexible, stainless steel tube and run it from the top of your chimney to the fireplace gather or directly to the solid fuel appliance. We only use triple lock stainless steel multi-fuel liners which are openly acknowledged as being the best system available today. Our "316 liners" are offered with a 10 year warranty. Our "904 liners"are offered with a 20 year warranty.

All work is in accordance with the current Building Regulations. The cost of this process depends on the length and diameter of liner and any scaffolding requirements.

The new chimney lining will remain invisible whilst offering the best protection possible for your chimney. Relining your chimney is simple, safe and will last a lot longer than ordinary bricks and mortar.

Call us on 01304 211523 and book your free no obligation consultation.


Not sure what kind of fire is for you?

Either speak to us for some advice, read our Advice section, or browse our extensive catalogue of wood burning stoves and gas fires.