We Offer The Best In Chimney Resurfacing & Relining

When you light up your fireplace, you want to be confident that the entire chimney system is in good condition and that your flue liner is able to properly and effectively do its job of containing heat and byproducts and safely removing them from your home. Do you know what kind of condition your flue liner is in? Well, with a thorough inspection by a Top Hat Chimney Sweeps technician, you can know its exact condition.

We’ll use a video camera to inspect the interior of your chimney from the firebox to the cap and show you exactly what we see, both good and bad. Should we find that your flue is riddled with cracks, gaps, holes or other faults, or that your chimney lacks a liner altogether, we have a couple of options for restoring your system to optimum levels of safety.

HeatShield® Can Repair, Restore And More!

CeCure Chimney Systems revolutionized the chimney industry with the introduction of the HeatShield® product. All of our installers here at Top Hat Chimney Sweeps are trained and certified by the company to use the product for a variety of applications:

  • Joint Repair – If the mortar joints of your flue liner are where the cracks, gaps and holes are, we can restore the joints by smoothing HeatShield® over them.
  • Resurfacing – If your flue needs more than just a couple of joint repairs, we can also use a foam applicator to apply a coat of HeatShield® to your entire flue. It’s less expensive than a full rebuild, and the product is designed to last and last even in the face of excessively high heat.
  • Sleeve Relining – If your chimney lacks a liner altogether, CeCure has a system in which we apply the HeatShield® product, place a “sleeve” down into the chimney, and then apply another layer of HeatShield®.

Click here  to read more about HeatShield®!

Stainless Steel Vs. Aluminum

We can also reline your flue with a stainless steel or aluminum liner. Not sure which is right for your system? Here are some of the differences:

  • Fuel Types – Different fuels produce different byproducts, and not every type of metal is capable of handling all byproducts. Stainless steel liners are approved for use with oil, wood and gas, while aluminum liners are typically only recommended for gas appliances.
  • Price & Durability– Aluminum is a desirable choice for many homeowners because it is less expensive than stainless steel, but it’s also less durable.

We Can Help You Make The Right Decision!

If you have any questions about which liner is right for you, or if you’d like to schedule an appointment with one of our professional flue liner installers, give us a call at 334-749-3559. You can also click here for online scheduling! We look forward to hearing from you!


This is just one of the chimney repairs we offer through our chimney services expertise. Ask us for more details today.

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