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Chimney Inspections, Cleaning & Repairs
Annual chimney maintenance can help you to avoid unnecessary and unsightly costs. Ignoring your chimney can lead to lost heated air (imagine dollar bills being blown out of your chimney and into the cool, winter night sky), harmful smoke or gases being filtered into the home or even a chimney fire. These chimney inspections and cleanings remove flammable creosote, the major cause of chimney fires, and identify other performance impairments.
From repairs and chimney leak prevention to masonry repointing and restoration, our team has the training, certification, tools, and commitment to excellence to complete any chimney-related job.
Why Get Your Chimney Inspected
Creosote, combustible droplets, is a natural byproduct of burning wood. The more wood you burn, the wetter the wood, and the more often you restrict airflow by keeping your fireplace doors closed or your damper barely open, the more creosote. Additionally, soot can hamper venting.
According to the Chimney Safety Institute of America (CSIA), soot is aggressively acidic and can damage the inside of your chimney. The more creosote and soot, the more likely the event of a chimney fire–and the increased likelihood of a house fire. CSIA recommends that you have your chimney inspected once a year to determine if it needs improvements. In particular, before the winter season.
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*Restrictions Apply. Price quoted by contractor at the time of the estimate reflects the applied discounts and specials. Price written on contract and agreed to by customer is final, Additions to the contracted job and estimate, such as additional wood needed for example will be added to the contract end final price.
Improve Your Fireplace’s Efficiency
- Get chimney cleaned twice a year if you burn more than three cords of wood annually.
- Have chimney cap installed to prevent objects, rain, and snow from falling into your chimney and reduce downdrafts.
- Replace a poorly-sealing damper to prevent heat loss.
- Install carbon monoxide detectors and smoke detectors throughout your home–near fireplace and bedrooms.
- Burn only wood-dry wood!
- Close your damper when fireplace is not in use.
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