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    HomeSaver Pro Chimney Relining Kit - 6 inch x 30-ft.

    825.95
    List Price: $1,015.99
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    • Pro Reline Kit
    • Designed for HomeSaver Pro 6-in. chimney liner
    • 316 Ti-Alloy construction with .006" wall thickness
    • Includes:
      • Liner
      • 13" x 13" Collar Plate with Band Connection
      • Collar Plate Rain Cap with Band Connection
      • 3/4" Mesh
      • Tee with 10" Removable Take-Off and Band Connection
      • Tee Cover
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    Product Details
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    Manufacturer: HomeSaver
    Part Number: 17166
    eFireplaceStore Item Number: CPF-17166

    Features

    • Pro Reline Kit
    • Designed for HomeSaver Pro 6-in. chimney liner
    • 316 Ti-Alloy construction with .006" wall thickness
    • Includes:
      • Liner
      • 13" x 13" Collar Plate with Band Connection
      • Collar Plate Rain Cap with Band Connection
      • 3/4" Mesh
      • Tee with 10" Removable Take-Off and Band Connection
      • Tee Cover
    This Chimney Relining Kit by HomeSaver is a simple and convenient way to get everything you need for your chimney relining installation. This kit is designed for use with HomeSaver Pro 6 in. chimney liner and comes in a convenient 30 ft. length. Made with 316 Ti alloy construction with .006 in. wall thickness, this kit includes the liner, 13 in. x 13 in. collar plate with band connection, a collar plate rain cap with band connection, 3/4 in. stainless steel mesh, a tee with a 10 in. removable take-off and band connection, and a tee cover to complete the kit.


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    By daryl from Berkeley Springs, WV on November 10, 2011
    When is insulation required? I have an existing masonry chimney with clay liners 9"x13". To insert a 6" liner for a wood burning wood stove, do I need insulation wrap?
    By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on November 10, 2011

    Answer:
    The guidelines for insulating a liner are based on the size and location of the flue. If the area of the flue is more than twice the liner, you will need to insulate. Also, if the chimney is on an exterior wall, insulation is strongly recommended or if the chimney has had prior draft problems. Due to the area of your flue, it would be recommended to use insulation.

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