Chimney Pipes and Liners
Do you need chimney parts? Is it time to replace your chimney pipe, chimney liner, or chimney flue? At eFireplaceStore, we have great options for both indoor and outdoor fireplaces that will ensure it is running safely and efficiently! All of our pipes feature easy to use designs, like Snap-Lock making installation simple. Or, if you're looking for a new chimney liner, we also have the Simpson DuraLiner Chimney Liner, which can be used with all fuel types! Improve the longevity of your fireplace today with these quality fireplace flue pipes and chimney accessories.
Ask & Answer
Ask a Specialist
from Oroville,CA asked:
February 2, 2018
How do i get an airtight seal from my insert to chimney without installing pipe all the way up the existing brick chimney?
For an insert to work at optimal efficiency, you would need to run the liner all the way to the top. That is also the only way you can have a sealed collar plate with rain cap at the top of chimney.
on February 5, 2018
from Hickory, NC asked:
November 16, 2013
When using an oval liner, should the adapter be sized so that the liner fits over the adapter or inside of the adapter?
When using sleeves and adapters, the male end of the liner should always be facing back towards the unit. This allows condensation to run back inside of the appliance as opposed to down the exterior of the liner itself.
on November 17, 2013
from Hamilton asked:
September 9, 2013
How long does a gas liner last?
While longevity will depend on the amount or humidity in the flue gases, the typical liner can last for 20 to 25 years under normal conditions. In extreme circumstances where high humidity is present, the life expectancy can be cut in half.
Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional
on September 10, 2013
from Indianapolis, IN asked:
July 8, 2013
Should inner liner go inside outlet on box or should it be outside?
The general rule of thumb is for vent pipe to be installed male end down. So, the liner would go inside the flue outlet. Of course, most factory boxes require specific brands of pipe that feature locking tabs and ensure a proper fit/connection.
Kevin E. - Fireplace Specialist
on July 9, 2013
Trying to find the correct new pipes and liners for your fireplace can be overwhelming. The correct venting system ensures the efficency of your fireplace. No matter if you need Class A chimney pipe, stove pipe, pallet vent pipe, or Type B gas pipe, you will find exactly what you need here. If you have questions about your chimney and the pipes it needs, you can check out our informative Chimney Pipe Buying Guide
or contact one of our NFI Certified technicians with any questions you might have.