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Should a chimney liner be insulated?

Yes, always
27%
In most cases
63%
No, never
9%
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Question: Should a chimney liner be insulated?
Top Answer (63% of 11 votes): In most cases.

Answer: No, never
Explanation: I never heard of it ever...
North State Inspections
Answer: Yes, always
Explanation: It will make it work better.
Integrity Cleaning Services
Answer: Yes, always
Explanation: two hold high heat
A1 mary poppin chimney sweep
ProMatcher
Answer: In most cases
Explanation: Chimney liner installations range from insanely simple... measure, cut, drop, connect, to damn near impossible. The latter is where experience comes in. As far as insulating, it's not that hard at all. If I was going through the trouble of dropping a liner myself, I would take the time to insulate it w/wrap. (IF you have enough clearance in the existing flue, w/no obstructions.) As usual make sure your in code and all that other important safety stuff.
NH Roof Consulting & Inspection
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