Oil to Gas Conversion

The new law requires that you line or re-line your chimney to be able to handle the different exhaust gases emitted by a natural gas-burning furnace or boiler. These oil to gas conversions require the installation of a stainless-steel liner to the chimney.

The new law requires that you line or re-line your chimney to be able to handle the different exhaust gases emitted by a natural gas-burning furnace or boiler. These oil to gas conversions require the installation of a stainless-steel liner to the chimney.

Many building owners are unaware that when converting to cleaner-burning fuel alternatives like natural gas, existing ventilation and chimney structures require an inspection and new lining installation to ensure safe operation and exhausting.

Depending on the flue size of your current chimney, a specific custom sized stainless-steel liner can be installed in the chimney.

Doctor Chimney Service offers competitive prices on our oil to gas conversions and a factory lifetime warranty on the liner of your choice, and we are your best choice for
all your chimney liner needs.

If you’re living or operating in NJ/NYC and are looking for an oil to gas conversion and stainless-steel liner installation done right, schedule an appointment or for more information on this service or any of the services we offer, feel free to give us a call today.

At Doctor Chimney Service, our aim is to provide a full range of comprehensive chimney repair and professional inspection services for any type of situation that you may have at your business or residence.

All our repair services are performed by the highly trained and state certified members of the Doctor Chimney Service team.

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We are specialized in Chimney sweep, chimney liner, chimney repair, fireplace repair, fireplace damper repair, chimney inspection. Contact us at (201) 981-8382 to set up an appointment today. Remember that all of our work is Satisfaction Guaranteed.

According to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), the build-up of soot deposits on the ling of chimneys form years of oil heating contributes to a possible problem. CPSC advises that after the heating system is converted from oil to gas, the soot deposits tend to loosen and fall to the base of the chimney.

The CPSC notes that consumers exposed to Carbon Monoxide often experience symptoms frequently associated with dizziness, nausea, headaches, irregular breathing and loss of consciousness.

Oil to Gas Conversion

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