When Should You Clean Your Chimney?

Chimneys accumulate soot and creosote over time. These particles and chemicals are toxic They also pose a safety hazard because they’re flammable. So, how often should you clean your chimney to keep your home healthy and safe? General Guidelines There

Does my gas fireplace need maintenance?

Nearly every day one or more customers will tell us, “I have a gas fireplace. I don’t need my chimney cleaned anymore”. While it’s totally true that a gas fireplace does not create a creosote build up in the chimney,

5 Reasons Why You Should Clean Your Chimney

Do you have a fireplace? Spring is a great time to schedule a professional chimney sweep. Discover the top five reasons why by reading on. No More Risk of Carbon Monoxide Poisoning Carbon monoxide is a colorless gas. It’s dangerous

Why flue tiles crack and how to repair them

No matter whether your chimney vents a fireplace, wood stove or furnace, it likely contains a section of terra cotta flue tiles linked together to form the chimney lining. This flue liner should be well sealed to protect the efficiency

What is Creosote?

What is Creosote? Creosote is a sticky, highly flammable substance that is a natural byproduct of chimney smoke. Creosote builds up inside of chimneys over time. What Does Creosote Buildup In a Chimney Look Like (Stages Of Creosote) Stage 1 Creosote

What is an Electric Insert?

What is an Electric Insert? Discover the magic of modern warmth of electric fireplaces, how they work, their comfort and convenience, right here! Electric fireplace inserts have emerged as a popular and energy-efficient heating solution for homes and commercial spaces.

Quality Counts

There is a balance between price and quality of service. If you Google How much is a chimney cleaning?, you will find a price range between $85 – $356 for a chimney cleaning. A survey conducted with 16,000 nationwide homeowners

The U.S. Tax Code will Reward You for Converting to a Wood Burning Insert

Animals need a comfortable place to shelter from predators and weather that’s too hot, cold, or rainy. Unfortunately, wild animals might choose your chimney as their safe place, which will make your home less safe for you.