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When you think of a wood fireplace, you can probably imagine the aromatic wooden scent and plumes of smoke rising from the fireplace out through the chimney. The following are the different options we have in store for whatever needs you may have.


Because pellets burn at a lower temperature than other fuels, the chimney required is smaller than gas or wood. We are proud to stock 3- and 4-inch Ultimate Pellet Pipe.

Gas Direct Vent

The direct vent goes directly through a wall or roof. It draws its combustion air from outside while venting to the same outside atmosphere.

Wood Double Wall

Burning wood for heat has been done since man discovered fire. It burns hotter than gas or pellets, and requires a chimney that can handle the heat. Double wall stove pipe is used to go from the stove to an insulated chimney or liner and is usually painted black to match the colour of your stove.

Double Wall Insulated Wood Chimney

When the chimney from a wood burning appliance goes from the same room the fireplace is in to another room or the roof, the chimney changes from double wall stove pipe to double wall insulated chimney. The insulation means that the space required between the chimney and combustible materials like framing or drywall can be drastically reduced.

Stainless Steel Liners

Stainless steel liners are used for venting solid fuel burning appliances, like wood stoves or wood fireplaces when it’s easier to go through an existing chimney than put a new one in. On rare occasions, in order to fit a stainless steel chimney liner down an existing masonry flue, the chimney professional has to remove the existing clay flue tiles.

the Fraser Plumbing and Heating showroom featuring three fireplaces

Make sure to give us a call or email if you are interested in learning more about our various chimney options.

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