We employ professional technicians who are experts in chimney cleaning and sweeping. Our technicians will provide a chimney inspection to identify the issue at hand and will provide quality service.
Everyone wants to know how often you need to have your chimney swept and inspected. Our technicians remove creosote deposits and other debris from chimneys and vents. Creosote buildup in chimneys can lead to chimney fires or flue blockages.
Soot is a natural byproduct of fire that collects on the surfaces of the chimney over time. Wood can contain a large amount of soot. The other byproduct is creosote, an oily, resinous substance that combines with soot to form a dangerous coating inside the lining of the chimney, stovepipe, and fireplace.
Soot and creosote can burn off naturally when a fire is burning hot and this often solves the problem. However, sometimes buildup takes place. This buildup can cause a chimney fire, which will cause the interior of the chimney to get much hotter than normal. This is when the tiny fissures and cracks represent the most risk.