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Old 01-20-2014, 04:18 PM
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Default Re: Brick chimney to metal flue

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Originally Posted by Tscarborough View Post
Flue gas is also highly acidic.

Yup, and combustible. Ask me how i know. My profession involves construction and inspections for a restoration company. I am very familiar with that. Ill just have to clean the flue every few years, or if i have to ill shell out another $140 and have another one made.
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