Chimney Cleaning And Repair

Chimney Cleaning And Repair

Chimney Cleaning And RepairChimney Cleaning And RepairChimney Cleaning And Repair
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Chimney Cleaning And Repair

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Chimney Cleaning And Repair

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Chimney cleaning and Repair

The winter holiday season is the most joyous time of the year for many families.  Bright decorations on the mantle make warming by the fireplace even more special than usual.  But before enjoying your fireplace during the wintertime, it’s important to get your annual chimney cleaning and inspection.  In addition to that, there are special fire prevention steps to take especially during the holidays.

Cleaning and Inspection

 . There are several hazards which are eliminated when a professional chimney sweep cleans your chimney, including the removal of soot, creosote, and glaze.

Soot is a black flaky or powdery substance that is created by the incomplete burning of logs.  Soot consists primarily of amorphous carbon but also contains some ash.  The less ash is in the mix, the more dangerous soot is, since carbon is highly flammable and creates a greater risk of a chimney fire.


Creosote, soot, and glaze build up easily inside of the fireplace and increase the chances of a chimney fire. An annual chimney cleaning will help mitigate these problems.

Creosote is a substance that builds up in your chimney and can create chimney fires, as well.  Creosote is smoke and vapor residue from wood that doesn’t burn completely.  A highly flammable material, creosote leaves hard, flaky deposits in your chimney liner.  Get your chimney cleaned anytime creosote or soot builds up to a layer thicker than ¼ inch.

Glaze is a shiny, tar-like substance which creates black puddles in your chimney.  Glaze is more difficult to remove than soot or creosote, and it’s a more dangerous fire hazard because it’s dense.  Glaze also sometimes creates icicle-like deposits which hang above your fireplace.  Remove glaze if it gets 1/8 of an inch thick or more.

A chimney inspection could reveal that your flue lining is cracked.  When there is a crack, it means that the heat from the fireplace could enter your home and create a house fire.  A flue lining crack should be repaired before using the fireplace

About Us

About company

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We have over 25 years experience in the chimney field. We take care of our customers. We make sure your chimney is safe. 

Prices

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Fireplace cleaning  $139.00

Free standing wood stove  $139.00

Pellet Stove.                $169.00

Wood stove insert.      $199.00

Safety inspection.        $69.00

Animal Removal.   $300.00  To.      $650.00

         Repair Work.      Free  Estimates

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