Chimneys & Chimney Services

Stainless Steel Chimneys & Chimney Install, Sweeping, & Maintenance

Stainless Steel Chimney

UltimateONE's Premium Grade Stainless Steel Factory-Built Chimney

UltimateONE offers the latest technology in factory-built chimney design; providing superior performance, durability and safety. UltimateONE’s inner liner and outer casting are constructed of all welded 304 stainless steel for superior strength and corrosion resistance. Engineered with a web coupler design utilizing 1” of Superwool insulation that contacts at the seam, UltimateONE allows for pipe expansion and eliminates cold air infiltration. Locked together with a latch-type locking band UltimateONE’s no tool installations are quick, solid and secure every time.

We will INSTALL Stainless Steel Chimneys and or Liners for you.
Contact us today for a quote.

SS Pipe & Accessories

  • 24 gal. S.S. 316L rigid stovepipe or liner
  • Size range: 4” x 24” to 8” x 48”
  • 24 gal. S.S. adj. ELL 316 size range: 4” to 8”
  • 24 gal. S.S. adj. ELL 304 size range: 6” to 8”
  • 316 removable nose tee; size range: 5” to 8”
  • 316 S.S. solid tees; size range: 5” to 8”
  • 304 S.S. solid tees; size range: 6” to 8”

Black Pipe

  • 24 gal. blk. Pipe; sizes range from 4” x 12” to 8” x 48”
  • Blk. slip joint; sizes range from 6” to 8”
  • 32” – 60” telescopic pipe; sizes range from 6” to 8”
  • 24 gal. 90º blk. adj. ELL; sizes range from 4” to 8”
  • 24 gal. 90º blk. corr. ELL; sizes range from 6” to 8”
  • 24 gal. 45º blk ELL; sizes range from 5” to 8”
  • Blk. tee cap – No crimp; sizes range from 4” to 8”
  • 24 gal. blk. tee; sizes range from 4” x 4”x 4” to 8” x 8” x 8”

Direct-Temp Pipe

  • Horizontal termination kit “B”
  • One 90° elbow
  • One wall thimble
  • One horizontal termination
  • One appliance adapter
  • One 24” pipe
  • One adjustable length pipe – (4-10”)

Ceiling Support Kit

When your chimney goes up through a ceiling, then through the roof, you may choose the model SPR Decorator Ceiling Support Installation Kit – SPR*CSK.

This kit includes:

• Deluxe rain cap
• Attic insulation shield
• Decorator ceiling support
• Stovepipe adapter

Note: For a two-story application, purchase the Ceiling Support Installation Kit and install an additional Firestop Radiation Shield to provide fire stopping. Now you need to add roof flashing, chimney lengths, and locking bands to your roof.

Cathedral Ceiling Support Kit

If your home has a cathedral or open beam ceiling, we recommend the Model SPR Cathedral Ceiling Support Installation Kit – SPR*CCSK.

This kit includes:

• Cathedral ceiling support
• Deluxe rain cap
• Draw band
• Stovepipe adapter
• Trim kit

When the kit is installed, you’ll need to add roof flashing, chimney lengths, and locking bands.

Wall Support Kit

If your chimney goes out through a wall and then runs straight up to the roofline, you need the Model SPR Wall Support Installation Kit – SPR*WSK.

This kit includes:

• Deluxe rain cap
• Wall bands (2)
• Stovepipe adapter
• Wall thimble
• Stainless steel tee with plug
• Adjustable wall support
• Wall support is the first piece that gets installed
• Vertical chimney lengths through the wall length
• Vertical chimney must extend at least 3” into the room and out through the wall to reach the insulated T
• 12” chimney length or insulated T plug; fitted below the stainless steel T
• Locking bands

Pellet Tee Liner Kits (304)

  • LightWall stainless steel liner (304.006 thickness)
  • TPCC – square lid cap to fit the flat top plate with collar (24 gal. 304)
  • TPC – flat top plate with collar 13×13 (24 gal. 304)
  • TFPS – 3” or 4” fixed pellet tee with short body and 3” dia. or 4” dia. snout (24 gal. 304)
  • TECP – short tee end cap (24 gal. 304)
  • Installation instructions and warranty card
  • Sizes range from 4” x 20’ to 4” x 35’

Aluminum Liner Kits For Gas Stoves & Inserts

  • CLA – aluminum rain cap
  • TPA – aluminum top plate with 2” collar and 16×16 plate
  • Aluminum liner (2-ply 3003)
  • MCA – aluminum mortar collar
  • Sizes range from 3” x 25’ to 3” x 35’
  • Manufactured with 2-Ply 3003 aluminum
  • Transferable 15-year warranty

Barometric Tee

  • Sizes range from .5”-.8”

B-Vent Gas Piping

Made with durable galvanized steel outer pipe, the B-Vent Gas Piping, has internal spacing beads to ensure a uniform insulating air space between pipe walls. Each end is die-formed to ensure consistent sizing for strong, easy-to-connect joints which resist careless handling and shipping damage.

At only one end, the outer pipe attaches to the inner aluminum pipe. This arrangement allows for differential expansion between the two pipes, eliminating operational noises.

Chimtek Masonry Chimney Systems

Modern wood-burning stoves and fireplaces are designed to provide maximum heating efficiency while producing a minimum of pollution. And, chimneys affect how well these appliances perform under real-world conditions.

Our Chimtek line combines quality materials and advanced technology to create America’s safest and most efficient liner for masonry chimneys.

The double-lining concept is an important part of Chimtek’s outstanding performance, as well as it keeps in more heat—reducing burn time and pollution.

Colinear Top Plate & Cap

For gas stoves and inserts, the Colinear Kit includes 2-3” liners and cap.

It also includes:

  • Single Flu Terra Cotta Cap
  • Manufactured with 20 gal. stainless steel flue-fit base
  • 8” height, 3/4” stainless steel mesh
  • 24 gal.; 304 stainless steel lid
  • Lifetime warranty
  • Available in 9” x 9”, 9” x 13” and 13” x 13” sizes

Single Flu Terra Cotta Cap

  • Manufactured with 20 ga. stainless steel flue-fit base
  • 8” height, 3/4” stainless steel mesh
  • 24 ga. 304 stainless steel lid
  • Lifetime warranty
  • Available in 9” x 9”, 9” x 13” and 13” x 13” sizes

Chase Cover Custom Fabrication

DS will custom design and fabricate any stainless steel chimney cap or chase.

Custom fabrication includes:

  • Water tight with all splices soldered
  • 22 gal. 304 stainless steel.


Ceiling/Cathedral Support Kit - Square

This kit provides the support and termination parts required for a flat or cathedral ceiling chimney system. It passes through the attic and penetrates the roof.

Ceiling/Cathedral Support Kit - Round

This kit provides the support and termination parts required for a flat or cathedral ceiling chimney system. Like the square kit, it passes through the attic and penetrates the roof.

Wall Support Kit

Use this kit for a wall-supported chimney system with a horizontal connection passing through the exterior wall, connecting it to an insulated tee, and running vertically up the exterior wall to terminate above the roof line.

Extended Wall Support Kit

This kit is used for a through-the-wall installation to support a vertical system above the insulated tee. It allows the chimney to pass by a 12” overhang, but it won’t work if the installation is less than 5.5” from a vertical wall.

Chimney Inspections

Chimney inspections allow us to see how your fireplace is operating. It’s also a good time to see if there is any damage to your chimney that may need repairs before it’s time to light your stove for the winter.

At Hillside Acres, we prefer to inspect your chimney during the summer months when your stove is cold.

For inspections, we send a crew to check your chimney. We take extra care while we’re on your roof or in your home checking the chimney from the stove area.

We provide chimney inspection services to meet your budget. You may call us for a one-time chimney inspection or sign up for our service agreement where we check your chimney every year.

Chimney Sweeping

Believe it or not, a lot of unusual things can get stuck in your chimney. For example, birds, raccoons and squirrels will make their nests in chimneys.

A falling limb from a nearby tree can get stuck in your chimney, or anything else that’s in the air can land in it, causing a blockage that leads to a fire. To avoid a chimney fire, we can remove those things that get stuck in your chimney.

When our crews sweep your home’s chimney, we’ll take extra care when we’re on your roof. If we’re sweeping from the stove area, we’ll make sure to lay drop cloths to keep your home clean while we work.

Creosote forms when there’s too much moisture in the wood that you’re burning in your stove, oven or furnace. We use a brush, running it up and down a couple of times in your chimney, to get rid of any loose creosote.

Chimney Installation and Services

No one wants their home, property or lives destroyed by a chimney fire. Regular inspections and chimney cleaning help you avoid a house fire.

At Hillside Acres, we’re your one-stop shop for all of your chimney needs—including installation and service.


We provide chimney installation for stainless steel and block chimneys as well as chimney liner installation. We’ll install your chimney any time during the year.

At your convenience, our crews will install any chimney that you buy including:

  • Chimteck Block Chimneys
  • Selkirk Stainless Steel 
  • Stainless Steel Liners
  • Selkirk UltimateOne Chimneys

Stainless Steel Liners & Installation

What Are Stainless Steel Chimney Liners; What Do They Do?

Stainless steel liners vent wood stoves, wood fireplaces, pellet stoves, and coal stoves.

According to the Chimney Safety Institute of America, a stainless steel chimney liner serves three roles: it can help to keep your building from catching fire, keeps flue gases from eating away the binder in your chimney’s mortar joints, and when sized correctly, keeps creosote from building up within your flue.

An insulated stainless steel chimney liner not only helps your home to heat efficiently, it also helps to keep you, your loved ones, and your home safe.

Stainless Steel Liner Installation

Our stainless-steel liners meet all modern safety standards. Plus, we install them.

We’ll look at your chimney, remove the creosote deposits, climb on your roof and put the liner insert right into your existing chimney.

We’ll go through all of the proper steps in the stainless steel chimney liner installation process. We’ll ensure its properly installed. Sometimes it is not possible to actually insulate the liner, depending on the existing chimney dimension.  

You’ll stay safe because the liner will keep the heat from transferring to flammables in your home. 

Plus, your heating will be far more efficient.

Not only do we install brand new chimneys and liners, we’ll install liners over your existing chimney.

Our Amish family-owned company values you and your family.

We’ll work hard to keep you warm and safe.

Contact us today.

Why Install Stainless Steel Chimney Liners?

You’ve been working with fire so long you can get it roaring in a couple of minutes. It’s part of your normal routine. Start the fire; then grab a cup of coffee. Most likely you’re not sitting there milling over stainless steel chimney liners.

If you’re lucky, within seconds, you’ll hear popping sounds. That’s sound of flue tiles cracking. You just don’t know it yet. It sounds like a freight train. The dense smoke may rouse your neighbors.

It’s only been 5 or 10 minutes since you started the fire and before you realize what’s happening, your chimney ramped up 2000 degrees F.

Your chimney isn’t designed to withstand that kind of heat.

It won’t.

The flames begin to melt the mortar, and crack tiles in your masonry chimney.

If you’ve got a wood stove, it’s quickly going to warp and buckle.

By the time you have a look at it, if you even get the chance, your chimney is spewing cinders and spitting flames like a volcano. The chimney cap is melting. It’s black.

Perhaps your first instinct is to dump a bucket of water on it or douse it with the garden house—which is just about the worst thing you can do—but the thermal shock is going to crack the masonry. That gives flames a chance to shoot out and catch the rest of your place on fire.

Instead, you call 911 and wait.

You’ll be waiting about 5 minutes for help to arrive. You’ll feel every second.

Meanwhile, toxic fumes billow out. One breath and you’re in real trouble.

You’re left there thinking, “I can’t believe this is happening.” A normal day became life threatening and fast.

There’s a simple decision you can make today to keep the problem at bay: schedule someone today to come out and inspect your chimney. And if you need to get a stainless steel chimney liner installed to be safe. Our stainless steel chimney liners come with a lifetime warranty.