If you work with a homeowners association or manage properties in some capacity, it’s important not to cut corners when hiring a company for attic services.
Our goal is for our clients to be completely satisfied with the services we provide.
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There simply is no substitute for experience. There is a lot more to performing a professional chimney sweeping than most people know.
We value your time by showing up on time.
Cleaning a Chimney is necessary to remove soot, blockages and creosote buildup from your chimney. If not Cleaned soot and creosote buildup inside of a chimney flue reduce the draw of the fireplace and create the potential for a chimney fire. Creosote is highly flammable and is a byproduct of burning wood. The rate at which creosote builds inside of your chimney flue depends on wood selection, burning practices and the overall condition of your chimney system.
Ask A Sweep Tip: Density and water content make some types of firewood are better for burning than others. The denser and drier (aged/seasoned) the firewood is, the better it will burn and the more heat it can produce. Green or unseasoned wood will burn quickly and produce more creosote buildup.
Additionally, we recommend that you have your chimney inspected by a qualified chimney regularly as well. They have the training needed to identify decay and venting issues.
When it comes to chimney repair and chimney rebuilds, we have decades of experience and can address any masonry issues that arise. Above the roof line, chimneys bear the brunt of our cold winters and hot summers and diagnosing and addressing masonry issues by tuckpointing, repairs and rebuilding is our speciality. Once you are ready for your repairs, we’ll get it done, on on-time and within budget.
Having been in the business for so long, most of our customers come back to us year after year. And so we strive to give you the best service we can and ensure you and your family are safe and warm.