Of all the things people think about getting inspected, chimneys are often overlooked and sometimes never even considered. This is unfortunate and can even be dangerous. If annual chimney inspection isn’t a priority for you now, keep reading to find out why it should be. One of the major causes of chimney fires is creosote… Read more »
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Chimney repair often gets overlooked because when people see brick they think of something indestructible. However, although built to last, brick and mortar are porous: tiny holes in brick allow water to seep in and will eventually break down the structural integrity of the brick. Even though repairing problems with your chimney can be extensive… Read more »
In the dead heat of summer the last thing on a homeowner’s mind is starting a roaring fire in their fireplace. However, fall is upon us and it won’t be long until the weather catches on. Before you know it, we will all be enjoying cooler evening temperatures that will inspire many to gather together… Read more »
A favorite gathering place for family and guests is often right around the fireplace. A fireplace that no longer functions correctly becomes a headache for any homeowner and a source of frustration for everyone. Instead of ignoring the problem, consider hiring a reliable and professional service to inspect and repair any chimney problems that you… Read more »
Fireplace Chimney Restoration: A task best left to the professionals In this modern age of do-it-yourselfers and internet-taught handymen, there are many jobs better left to the actual professionals. Chimney restoration or repair is definitely one of these tasks. Below we’ll discuss a few of the issues to consider when you’re contemplating this task. •… Read more »
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 »
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 »