Signs Your Chimney Needs Repair

When your chimney was built, it was built to last. Oftentimes, even after a home burns down or has been neglected and abandoned, the chimney can be seen still standing. If it’s built properly, and maintained regularly, it will last, and will work safely and efficiently. Some circumsta
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Ring in the New Year with a Clean Chimney!

You’ve probably been burning a fire in your fireplace since Autumn with no problem. But there could be problems hidden from sight. Your fire may light and burn, but if you haven’t had your chimney system serviced, it may be filled with creosote. It may have a hazard that has not been
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Improving The Air Quality In Your Home

If there’s an element that comes to mind first when we’re talking about chimney systems, it’s fire — your chimney is there, after all, so you can enjoy a fire in your home. But really, the key to your chimney doing its job is air — it’s designed to carry hot air and the byproducts and
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Annual Chimney Inspections

Spring is the perfect time to get your chimney in tip-top condition for the fall. When the last of winter’s fires is out, no new combustibles are going up the flue and no new creosote is forming. So far, so good! Now it is time to remove the creosote that is already there and thorough
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Chimney Inspections are a Good Idea for New Homeowners

Anyone who has recently bought a home has a million things to worry about, especially if a remodel is involved. Chimneys are often overlooked, out of sight and out of mind until the first fire is lit. Then the only real concern is whether or not the chimney is pushing the smoke out, a
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How Often Should You Have Your Chimney Inspected

A fire in the fireplace is a source of warmth and comfort, but it also creates residue that can build up within the venting system. The National Fire Protection Association And Chimney Safety Institute of America recommend annual inspections of chimneys. Since 2000, chimney inspection
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