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What is Creosote? Can We Remove it? You bet!

Building a fire on a cold evening indoors can be one of the best ways to spend your night, but only if your chimney is equipped to handle it. Clogs and build-up throughout your structure can lead to problems in a hurry, and excess creosote can actually put you at risk...

The Three Levels Of Chimney Inspections

There’s nothing quite like having a crackling fire going at the end of a long, cold day. With fall just around the corner, it won’t be long until the outdoor temperatures start to drop, and many are excited about getting their fireplaces up and running for the...

The Importance Of Stainless Steel Chimney Liners

Draft and airflow play an integral role in your fireplace’s ability to function efficiently and safely. Because of this, you need strong, clear pathways for fumes and smoke to escape outdoors. Well, that’s where your liner comes in. A well-fitted chimney liner ensures...

Schedule An Early Chimney Sweeping

Are you concerned that your chimney is filled with creosote, nesting materials, and other dirt and debris? There is no doubt that build ups make your system less efficient and more prone to causing gas leaks or house fires. It is always in your best interest to invest...

The Purpose Of Chimney Flashing

If you own a chimney and fireplace, then you know that preventing leaks and water damage is a must. Without regular care and solid preventative maintenance, water could easily get absorbed into your brickwork and trigger all kinds of rotting, rust, decay, and more....

Importance of Strong Chimney Masonry

Is your masonry chimney crumbling, cracking, or showing signs of deterioration? Having a strong structure in place before you light a fire this upcoming fall is a must, so the time to address those cracks and deterioration is now. If you are ready to work with a...