Get The Most Out Of Your Firewood

Are you looking to get more out of your fireplace in 2019? One way to do just that is by learning how to select and season your firewood. By burning only seasoned wood in your fireplace, you guarantee a cleaner and more efficient burn. Along with this, the creosote...

Attic & Crawl Space Inspections

Did you know that completion of a Level II inspection the first time we service any chimney or appliance is the standard at The Chimney Doctor? Going above and beyond minimum requirements to check the areas included in a Level II inspection helps ensure your home...

Lower Your Risk Of Fire This Holiday Season

It’s a proven fact that house fires increase around the holiday season. Between lights, candles, decor, and fireplace use, it’s easy to see why. We understand wanting to set a fun and festive mood for Christmas and New Years, but it’s important to keep some safety...

The Dangers Of Creosote

Creosote is a substance that is extremely harmful to your chimney and fireplace. As you burn fires, creosote forms and it can do a lot of damage when too much accumulates. It comes in three typical forms: ashy and flaky, tar-like and sticky, or glazed and hard. No...

What Is Pyrolysis?

If you own a fireplace, then you know the importance of investing in regular inspections and chimney care. Common reasons for this are to avoid creosote accumulation, cracks and damages, and ensure everything is working properly to avoid house fires and carbon...

Boiler/Furnace Relining

Are you ready for the cold weather that’s soon to be upon us? As winter winds approach, it’s important to ensure your heating system is geared up and ready to go, so your family stays as safe and warm as possible throughout this upcoming holiday season. One thing to...

The Importance of Video Inspections

At The Chimney Doctor, we’re certified with the CSIA and members of the NCSG, and we guarantee that both of these organizations will say the same thing: Annual chimney inspections are a necessity! Our team offers level 1, 2, and 3 chimney inspections, and we are fully...

Chimney Safety Week!

Chimney Safety week is here from September 30th- October 6th. This week is intended to raise awareness about chimney safety before the colder weather hits. While chimney safety should be considered every week, this week in particular we urge you to think about these...