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Question DetailsAsked on 9/23/2015

How much it would cost to rebuild a chimney with complete lining?

A chimney built in late 1960s needs to be either rebuilt or repaired. However, another problem is the connection between the wood burning stove and the chimney has never been fixed, therefore building a new chimney will not fix the problem unless the connection is fixed.

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Check out prior similar questions with answers in the Home > Chimney link in Browse Projects, at lower left. Depending on your chimney size, construction method, problems with it now, whether in a structural upgrade required area (high seismic or hurricane zone), etc. Can runn from a thousand or two in a simple case with the existing chimney in pretty good shape, on up to $10,000 plus for compleate rebuild for a large or multi-fireplace chimney.

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