Chimney Sweep and Safety Inspection
Did you know that you are recommended to have your chimney inspected at least once a year? According to the National Fire Protection Association Standard 211 chimneys should be inspected at least once a year for soundness, freedom from deposits, and correct clearances. Most homeowners don’t think about having their chimney cleaned but chimney fires are a real thing that can happen to your home and family. Why worry every time you light up your fireplace? Have the peace of mind knowing your fireplace and chimney are in good working order.
Chimney Creosote Buildup
Every time your fire is burning deposits of creosote are building up in your chimney. Creosote can cause many problems; the biggest one being a dangerous chimney fire.
How we Clean Your Chimney.
When a technician shows up to your home he will first asses your chimney. Chimneys are typically cleaned from the top down. The chimney sweep will tarp and tape off the fireplace inside your home so when the chimney is being cleaned creosote will not go into your home. Chimneys are cleaned using metal or plastic brushes attached to long poles. The brushes are brushed along the inside walls of your chimney which will make the buildup of creosote fall into your fireplace. Once the chimney has been cleaned the technician will vacuum out all the debris that has come out of your chimney and landed in your fireplace. While cleaning the sweep will do a full visual inspection. If there are any concerns regarding a chimney cap, chimney crown or mortar work, the technician will let you know and can usually help you with them right when we are out at your home.
Our Promise to You
Our goal is to provide the best customer service and help every customer to the fullest extent. We know the value of customer service. If you have any questions please call us anytime. We are here to serve our customers in any way possible!