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Chimney Sweeping

The National Fire Protection Agency recommends having your chimney inspected annually and cleaned if necessary by a professional chimney sweep.

As smoke makes its way up the chimney, soot and creosote adhere to the lining. This residue is flammable and if it is not removed constitutes a fire hazard.

Our professional chimney sweeps, with their professional equipment and troubleshooting skills, will clean and remove unsafe and unwanted creosote from your chimney. With each cleaning and inspection, you will receive a FREE 21-point condition report on your fireplace and chimney, stating the safety, efficiency and structural condition of your system.

It is important to have your chimney inspected annually to detect any potential fire hazards and avoid preventable, costly repairs.

Important Safety Tips:

HAVE YOUR CHIMNEY INSPECTED ANNUALLY

According to the Chimney Safety Institute of America and the National Fire Protection Association, homeowners should have their chimneys inspected annually by a professional chimney sweep.

CLEAR THE AREA AROUND YOUR HEARTH

Any debris too close to the fireplace or woodstove is a potential fire hazard. Keep all ornaments, furniture and holiday decorations at a safe distance.

KEEP A FIRE EXTINGUISHER ON HAND

Always keep a fire extinguisher on hand and make sure that all smoke detectors in the house are functioning properly.

PUT ASHES IN A FIREPROOF CONTAINER

Ashes that appear to be harmless can contain hot embers. Never leave ashes in proximity to a flammable surface, ie: a wooden deck.