Chimney Relining

Chimney Relining done by Masters Services is necessary for hazardous cracks or any flue separation.

Before

Chimney Relining Before

After

Chimney Relining After
  • Chimney Relining is Necessary

    The chimney flue is a extended opening going up over the roof tops to exhaust fireplace smoke. Moisture is the enemy of any chimney flue. Over time moisture enters the chimney flue and starts to deteriorate. Gaps, cracks, and flue separation is the result of moisture damage. Unseen fire hazards in your chimney flue need to be relined to have a safe chimney system.

  • Why Have my Chimney Relined?

    Deteriorating chimney flues need to be repaired because of the potential fire hazard from burning a fireplace. This repair is called “chimney relining”. Masters Services does chimney relining in Dallas, Houston, Fort Worth, Oklahoma City, and Denver.

  • What Does Chimney Relining do For my Chimney?

    A unique ceramic product is sprayed 360 degrees in the smoke chamber and flue to seal the holes, gaps, cracks, and minor flue separation foe a highly insulated, smooth coating that is moisture proof and good up to 3000 Fahrenheit.

  • Chimney Relining Process

    The entire process is no mess guaranteed. Our spray gun shots 360 degrees coating the flue and smoke chamber completely.

    Our process is performed without having to take down the firewalls. No extra repairs for our process.

    Chimney relining is typically completed in less than a day which keeps down the cost for homeowners.

Before

Chimney Relining Before

1. Clean Chimney and Fireplace
2. Spray the smoke chamber

After

Chimney Relining After

3. Spray up the flue
4. Spray down the flue