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Yet another conversion question.
I just picked up my Carlin EZ Gas retrofit burner and see they recommend lining the chimney with stainless steel in cold climates. (Not sure why you would have a heating system in a warm climate). I live in Connecticut and have a chimney about 25 feet high with an 8" square masonry lining and only about four feet protruding above the roof.
I'm not sure how to interpret Carlin's recommendation. Is the issue condensing, draft or both? I've always had great draft while burning oil. Any thoughts?