Liners are an effective way to add safety and efficiency to your heating system, fireplace, and wood stove. When installed/maintained by Home and Hearth Masonry, liners often come with a lifetime manufacturer’s and workmanship guarantee.
When Fireboxes are built, optional patterns and color bricks are available so a customer can choose aesthetic.
Ideally, fireplaces need to be able to expand freely when subjected to thermal stress and fires. If applicable, additional works can be performed to the fireplace firebox to improve heat retention, while allowing adequate room for expansion.
A close view of the firebox walls shown heavy breakdown, most likely from thermal expansion and stresses created from fires. A new firebox lining can be installed with "firebrick" that expand less when exposed to thermal stress, causing less damage to the brick.
This is a new chimney built to match an old brick home with a dated look. The bluestone top was custom casted and rocked on site to fit perfectly.
Setting up the site to perform work safely and effectively will ensure a quality job/project!
A new chimney built with stainless steel flue linings ready to be capped off at top.
Installing a Stainless steel chimney liner and sealing the chimney with a high grade elastic coating.