Surviving your chimney liner installation

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Surviving Your Chimney Liner Installation :

Surviving Your Chimney Liner Installation Now that you are on track to have a Chimney Liner Installation done you should know some tips and tricks to survive the job. Most homeowners underestimate the interruption having a contractor in will cause in their life, but you can reduce the stress and mess while keeping the job on track with a few simple tips. Here is a guide for how to survive your chimney liner installation.

Pick The Right Contractor :

Pick The Right Contractor The internet makes it easy to find contractors for your job on your time. You can sign on and shop around, read reviews and make the initial contract with the company all in the dead of night. While this is one of the advantages of the Internet it can also lead to some issues.

Make sure you understand what type of liner is being installed:

Make sure you understand what type of liner is being installed Everyone wants to beat their budget and get the best savings possible, but the type of Chimney Liner you need is going to restrict the amount of savings you can get. You can't swap out liners. In other words having a partial metal liner installed because it is cheaper when what your chimney and fireplace need is a clay tile liner opens you up for some potential expensive problems later.

Understand What The Contractor Needs From You:

Understand What The Contractor Needs From You Many a job has run into costly delays due to the homeowner not understanding what their responsibilities are in getting the job done. Don't assume that the contractor will be installing the liner strictly through outside access.

Get in writing what the job completion involves:

Get in writing what the job completion involves This is where most of the problems between contractors and home owners happen. The contractor pronounces the job complete and wants payment; the homeowner looks around at the mess and doesn't want to pay until it is cleaned and returned to normal.

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