You must conform to all relevant building and safety regulations.
Flue Pipes is a family-owned business with over 11 years of experience in selecting, fitting, and installing chimney liners and twin-wall insulated pipes. We’ve helped countless homeowners and companies enhance the safety and warmth of their buildings.
We put tremendous effort into providing our customers with unparalleled assistance before, during, and even after installation.
Our goal is to ensure you make the correct choice for your chimney flue solution from the start.
We only sell HETAS-approved double wall insulated flue pipes with the EN1856-1 T600 certificate. All our flexible liners and lining systems come with our “no quibble” lifetime guarantee*. You can choose from single-wall pipes, flue pipes, black stove pipes, and chimney liners - all stocked, ready, and waiting for you in Sheffield to arrive with you by "next-day delivery*.
All our flues are made of stainless steel, and our twin wall flue pipes are made of the highest-quality ceramic wool for the best insulation.
We ensure you get a high-performing and consistent outflow of waste gases via the chimney pipe from your home so that you are consistently safe and warm with your stove or fire.
Our products can be used both inside and outside the house and are suitable for:
It is important that the installation guides are followed as well as relevant building and safety regulations. View our guides
Is your chimney deteriorated and does not work as efficiently as before? Flue Pipes has a cost-effective and quick solution to your problem a stainless steel liner. Installing a chimney liner or a flue liner is a seamless upgrade that you can do yourself! Follow our instructions that involve standard DIY tools, and tackle the entire job yourself.
A flexible flue liner is exactly what you need to:
But that's not all – our chimney liners also enhance the energy efficiency of your stove or burner, making fireplace maintenance a breeze.
At Flue Pipes, you can purchase durable and chic-looking chimney parts. Transform your chimney into a timeless addition to your room’s decor, not only bringing warmth to chilly nights but also elevating the overall aesthetics.
You can choose single-wall pipes in two styles:
Whether you decide on our black enamel or stainless steel flue pipes, they fit easily together and are interchangeable without any fuss.
Among flue supplies, there is a gem that can be found across many UK houses - a stove connector pipe. Designed as a single-wall pipe, it delivers heat at high temperatures and isn’t affected by condensation.
For maximum safety and efficiency, Flue Pipes only offers UK-approved stove connector pipes for both commercial and residential heating appliances. A stable and safe outflow of warm air through a durable stove pipe is exactly what you need during this cold season!
Settling in a new place or upgrading an existing one? You will need twin-wall flue pipes – a system that offers a safe, effective, and easy-fit heating solution.
At Flue Pipes, we offer a reliable and safe twin-wall system for indoor and outdoor use, passing through roofs and floors. Ideal for wood-burning stoves, gas coal-effect fires, or oil boilers, our twin wall flue system ensures a reliable chimney, even without a brick chimney stack.
For an effortless installation, Flue Pipes includes free locking bands for all twin wall flue systems and pipes.
A flue is the channel, pipe, or tube through which gases and smoke travel from the fireplace to the outside. A chimney is, on the other hand, in its simplest definition, the housing that encases the flue.
There’s a misconception that masonry chimneys are simply made of brick. This isn’t true. The uneven and porous surface of brick provides a space for combustion byproducts to accumulate. This is a major fire hazard. Therefore chimneys are lined with a flue, so the smoke passes over a smooth surface that helps prevent excessive accumulation of combustion byproducts and minimizes the chance of fire. Read our full article on chimneys and flues here.
An open flue typically consists of a pipe to carry combustion gases from the fireplace, whilst fresh air enters the fireplace via the casing. So for safe operation, additional air vents are required in the room where the appliance is installed to re-supply fresh air.
If you are installing a chimney in a newly built property and you want to use it for an open fire, wood-burning stove, or gas fire, then the chimney does need to be lined to comply with document J of current building regulations. In an older property, your chimney doesn’t have to be lined to meet building regulations. An inspection by a chimney professional will tell you if you need to have it lined for safety purposes.
Chimneys operate on the principle that hot air rises above cold air. Hot exhaust gases and ash are lighter in weight than cold outdoor air. The flue directs exhaust from these lighter gases from a fireplace upward to vent outdoors into the atmosphere. Additional air vents are required in the room where the appliance is installed to re-supply fresh air.
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