Don't assume your chimney is safe!
The primary job of a chimney service professional is to aid in the prevention of fires related to fireplaces, wood stoves, gas, oil and coal heating systems and the chimneys that serve them. Chimney sweeps install, clean and maintain these systems, evaluate their performance, prescribe changes to improve their performance, and educate the consumer about their safe and efficient operation.
The basic task of a chimney sweep is to remove the hazard of accumulated and highly combustible creosote produced by burning wood and wood products. It means eliminating the build-up of soot. It means getting rid of bird and animal nests, leaves and other debris that may create a hazard by blocking the flow of smoke from your fireplace.
Every chimney sweep cleaning is a “guaranteed no mess” sweep. A tarp is laid down for all equipment to ensure there is no damage to your carpet and/or furniture. A vacuum and poles are our tools to sweep the chimney out of all its soot. Hand brushes clean the fireplace of all loose soot and debris that has fell down into the fireplace.
Our Chimney Safety Inspection includes:
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- Check for soot build up and suggest a chimney sweep if needed
- Look for cracks in the fireplace walls, flue, exterior chimney, mortar crown, and refractory panels
- Check damper is opening and closing properly
- Light up gas starter or logs if present for proper pressure
- Make sure lintle is sealed
- Check chimney flashing is sealed properly