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.
The chimney foundation is tied into the basement block wall/ interior brick facade of the hearth wall with 2ft long dowels to eliminate potential movement.
Chimney carefully taken down and disposed of at a masonry recycling plant.
A tree fell on this chimney breaking the bricks off.
This chimney had a dated, rectangular brick flue opening. In order to re-line this type of chimney an oval liner system and cap was used.
An oval liner system installed in a historic chimney design in Upper Black Eddy, Pa.
Shown is a heavy duty fireplace chimney liner from the bottom looking up through the fireplace. The manufacturer offers lifetime guarantees. When installed and maintained by Home and Hearth Masonry, a lifetime workmanship guarantee may be provided as well.
Restoring a chimney in it's relining phase, each liner is appropriately sized and select materials used for appliance being vented. In this case, a wood burning stove, an oil burning heater, and a wood burning fireplace are the appliances being vented.
Bottom of chimney base after installation process in Perkasie, Pa. Depending on the type of wall you have at your chimney base will determine the finished look.
We like fire! Home and Hearth Masonry prefers to test run it's installations.
Scaffold is needed to work effectively on this beautiful Durham, Pa farmhouse.