How Chimney Waterproofing Works

One of the most important maintenance for homeowner is preparing your masonry chimney for winter. However, the best way to protect the bricks and mortar joints from water damages, you need to take preventative measures. For the past 12 years, All American Chimney...
HeatShield Chimney Liners

HeatShield Chimney Liners

One of the most essential components of a chimney is the liner. Local building codes require chimney liners because they serve important functions. For example, they protect the combustible parts of your home from heat transfer and prevent corrosion damage of the...

The History of Chimney Liners

Today, building codes and standards mandate that all new chimneys constructed have liners. However, if you live in a historical home built before the 1940’s, your chimney may be unlined. Even if your chimney is lined, chimney liners suffer from damage over the years,...

What Is NFI Certification?

As we head into winter, you are most likely looking to increase the energy efficiency in your home. One of the most popular choices to heat your home more efficiently is a new gas fireplace insert. This energy-saving hearth appliance gives a lot of warmth without...