All About Chimney Masonry Waterproofing

Spring is known for bringing green grass, sunshine, and warmer days, but it is also famous for rain. If you have a masonry chimney in your home, ensure it is adequately protected for a stress-free fall. Get the best care by working with CSIA certified sweeps at...

The Function Of A Chimney Cap

What is a chimney cap? Well, it is the device that sits at the top of your chimney, covering your flue and protecting your system from all kinds of things that can wreak havoc and cause damage. When it comes to keeping your chimney and fireplace structurally sound and...

The Purpose Of Chimney Flashing

Do you know that piece of metal that seals the area where your roof and chimney meet? That is the chimney flashing, and it serves a very important purpose. If your flashing is damaged, missing, or rusted, then it is time to invest in professional care. Our experienced...

Take A Look At Our New Gallery

When it comes to chimney maintenance, we feel that our customers deserve to know exactly what they are getting into when they choose to work with us. That’s why we’ve put up a new page on our website featuring pictures of the many different services we offer! No...

Schedule A Fireplace Inspection For New Years

Fireplaces bring warmth and comfort to many homes, and there’s no denying the cozy aesthetic they offer every holiday season. If you host Christmas parties, New Years get-togethers, or any other type of gathering over the winter months, then having a fire is the...

Schedule A Chimney Cleaning For Santa

Ho ho ho! Santa Claus will be coming your way soon, so you better ensure your chimney is cleaned up and ready to go for his debut. That being said, Saint Nick isn’t the only one who appreciates a well-maintained chimney and fireplace! Keeping up with your yearly...

The Importance Of Using Proper Firewood

Did you know the fuel you use in your wood-burning fireplace, stove, or insert makes a big difference in how well your system functions? Many assume you can throw any wood you find or buy in the fireplace, but using seasoned wood is really the way to go. Failing to do...