Chimney Safety Week

Chimney Safety Week

A fire in your house is never safe! Take advantage of Chimney Safety week this fall and schedule a sweep and an inspection today!     Below are some links leading to more information that can help you keep you and your family safe this winter! When you...

Do I Need A Chimney Liner For My Gas Furnace?

There is no denying the efficiency of a gas-fueled furnace. The easy-to-operate features of gas furnaces make them a popular choice for countless homeowners throughout our service area. They obviously function a lot differently than their wood-burning counterparts, so...

Do I Need A Chimney Liner?

Did your annual inspection reveal issues with your chimney liner? Or, maybe your liner is missing altogether? Whatever the case, your sweep is telling you these issues need to be addressed before putting your fireplace to use. If you find yourself wondering how...

Do Dryer Vents Get Hot?

There is no doubt that a well-functioning dryer is a game changer when it comes to getting your laundry done. Tossing your wet, clean clothes into a dryer, as opposed to individually hanging each item on a line and waiting for them to dry, can make doing laundry way...

Do Gas Fireplaces Have Chimneys?

Whether you have a gas fireplace, gas stove, or gas log set in your home or are considering investing in one, you may find yourself wondering whether or not they require the same care and attention as wood-burning options. After all, many gas appliances don’t even...

Spring Uses For Fireplace Ash

After your burning season has ended, clearing out any leftover ash from your fireplace is a must. When it sits on your firebox floor, it can easily draw in moisture and cause your metal components to rust. Ash is also acidic, causing brick and mortar to corrode....