from CA asked:
November 18, 2017
If I use this product, how do I remove the liner if it becomes necessary?
The insulation would have to be removed with the liner.
on November 19, 2017
from Gilmanton, NH asked:
November 9, 2017
How much water should you add to one bag of TherMix for a proper mix?
For a proper mix, you'll want to use 7-9 gallons of water per bag.
on November 9, 2017
from IL asked:
May 20, 2017
Does this TherMix come in a pre-mixed caulk?
As the TherMix arrives in a bag that is mixed with water and poured around chimney liner as insulation when relining a chimney and serves no other purpose, there would be no reason for a pre-mixed tube of caulk to be offered.
from WV asked:
October 19, 2016
My chimney is 7 x 13 " and I am putting in a 6 inch liner and the chimney is 20 feet long. How many bags will be needed?
You will need 4 bags of Thermix if you are using 6" round flexible chimney liner.
on October 20, 2016
from St. Clair Shores Michigan asked:
February 25, 2012
We have a Natural gas log fireplace. The ceramic tiles have been removed from the surround, and now there is cold air coming in from around the unit. I removed some drywall to inspect the area around the unit , there isn't any. What type of insulation would be the best to solve this problem?
Rather than this type of pour in insulation, it would be recommended to seal the space with unfaced fiberglass insulation. It is necessary to keep the insulation from actually touching the sides and back of the unit.
You can staple the insulation to the surrounding framing in order to keep it in place. It may also be necessary to gain access to the outside wall to add insulation, as this is most likely the source of the cold air.
Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional
on February 27, 2012