What Is a Chimney Liner?

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Chimney liners, also known as fireplace liners or flue liners, are placed in your chimney and it gives the smoke and gases a passageway to find a safe way out of your home. A stainless steel chimney liner can be used to separate the exhaust of your fireplace or furnace from the rest of your… Read more »

The Value of Chimney Inspection

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When performing maintenance around the house, average homeowners are most likely to think along the lines of plumbing and electrical systems. While these are certainly very important, there are some often neglected aspects of the home that can greatly increase the quality and safety of your household if maintained regularly. Annual chimney inspection is an… Read more »

Maintain Your Chimney This Summer

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One of the best times to notice the need for home remodeling and improvement is during the summer. Not only is the weather hospitable to making repairs, but they are often easier to spot as well. Naturally, there are many things to focus on after the long winter months. One great place to start is… Read more »

The Importance of Chimney Sweeping In Spring

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As a homeowner, you make decisions on how to take care of your home on a daily basis. And whether you are using eco-friendly products for cleaning, taking care of any small problems that may arise, or simply checking off your list of home projects, chimney sweeping should be an important point of consideration. Chimney… Read more »

How Chimney Sweeps Protect You and Your Home

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There are a few areas of your home that probably don’t get the attention they should. One of these things is your chimney; though the chimney plays an integral role in keeping your home safe and healthy, it often isn’t given a second thought. If you haven’t had your chimney professionally cleaned or inspected within… Read more »