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Chimney Supply

Your chimney is a super important component to your fireplace. The main purpose of a chimney is it is the ventilation system for your fireplace. Chimneys are what allow all the toxins, smoke, and gases out of your home to keep you safe. There are other parts to a chimney that are also important but most of the time do not come standard with a fireplace. We have what you need to bring your chimney up to date and codes! 

Direct Vent Pipe

For direct vent fireplaces venting in and out through the roof, we have pipe kits available with high wind chimney caps to help with gusty conditions in coastal or mountainous areas. The aluminum chimney liner is flexible to fit the curves of your chimney. All pieces exposed to the outside elements are either made of 304-grade stainless steel or galvanized steel painted black. 

Chimney Liner Kits

Our chimney liner kits are fully customizable. You can select your length of liner, style of wind cap, size of the top plate, and what type of bottom connection pipe you need. We also have chimney liner insulation available should you want to make your flue nice and snug.

Chimney Chase Covers

Rain caps available in stainless steel or copper, with 2 pipe holes, 1 pipe hole, or no holes at all! All caps are custom quote orders.

Air Cooled Vented System

For hot, wood-burning masonry fireplaces, an air-cooled, vented system in the chimney will help keep things cool and reduce the risk of a chimney fire.


How do chimneys work?

  • A chimney is made to emit the toxins and smoke out of your home from your fireplace. The concept that heat rises is what helps make this happen as well as the airflow through the chimney. The purpose of your chimney is to ventilate your fireplace. 

How are chimneys built?

  • Chimneys are built with the fireplace in most cases. A chimney is not needed for all types of fireplaces so if you have one, it is most likely for a prefab or masonry fireplace. They are also more prevalent with a  wood-burning fireplace. They are built vertically with a flue lining to protect against the combustion gases as well as for a better flow. The chimney is attached to the fireplace with components to close or open the fireplace when in use. 

Does water go down a chimney?

  • Without placing proper installations to cover the top of your chimney there is a possibility of rain coming in through your chimney. The opening of your chimney is small so the amount of rain that would come through is a very small amount. To avoid this completely a cap can be installed on your chimney.

What are the different types of chimneys?

  • There are many different types of chimneys. The most common chimneys are masonry, prefab, metal, and wood-burning.