Welcome to London Chimney Liners
Lining a chimney flue is strongly recommended by the GasSafe Register and HETAS for all new gas and solid fuel fireplace installations, especially in the older property. The lining we use is made of stainless steel and is the most common method of repair to a chimney where the original render lining has degraded. It proves safer than standard masonry chimney lining, has greater integrity, is more efficient and helps prevent condensation and damp. In addition, current regulations state that all chimney flues of 12 meters or more in height must be lined before any new gas or solid fuel appliances are installed.
Why Choose Us
Grades 316 and 904 chimney lining available
Grade 316 is for all standard gas, oil and solid fuel (logs, coal, anthracite etc) appliances. Grade 904 would generally be installed for slumbering purposes – that is to say, when stoves are left slow-burning coal or anthracite overnight at a low temperature. This creates condensation, especially in the upper regions of the liner. As coal and anthracite have a high acid content, this causes corrosion in the liner and grade 904 is more resistant to this. Gas and well seasoned logs do not have this problem.
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What Client’s Say
Thank you, and your team, for undertaking what I found to be the worst task I’ve ever encountered. You all did it with cheery humour and efficiency and care, which somehow meant I almost enjoyed it.
Many thanks for a job well done. The dust was well contained and the guys did such a great clean up job afterwards. The opening above the fireplace was perfectly plastered, leaving us a simple lick of paint and we would never know you had even been here. The fire works beautifully and we look forward to a blazing winter!!
Just a quick note to thank you for the work recently. I also have to commend you on your team – extremely polite and a pleasure to have them in the house.
Just to reiterate a thank-you , but particularly to say that we have had several fires since the installation settled in , and the set-up is an unqualified success. The work was commissioned in the first place because we were getting bleed-through of smoke and fumes into the damaged ‘dead’ flue into the kitchen, causing, in some wind conditions, the kitchen to stink of sulphur dioxide.