Removes dangerous soot/creosote from inside the chimney – AVOID chimney fires. A clean chimney will not catch on fire.
Following NFPA 211 Fire Safety Standards and current building codes
Spark Arrestors/Flue Caps
They prevent dangerous sparks from flying out the top of the chimney and landing on roofs, in trees, or open fields. They also prevent animals, birds, and rain from going down the chimney — water damage, from rain, is the major cause for broken and cracked bricks in a fireplace
Glazed 3rd Degree Creosote Removal
Mechanical and chemical removal of this most volatile, and hazardous, type of soot/creosote
Protects masonry chimneys and fire-places from rain/water damage (Limited Ten Year Durability Warranty)
Gas Flue Lining/Relining
Prevents deadly carbon monoxide from penetrating through your unlined or deteriorating chimney
Advice and information about installations, safe burning habits, types of wood, etc.
Smoking and Draft Problems
Corrections for fireplaces, inserts, and woodstoves that cause smoke problems inside the house
Closed-Circuit Video Inspection
Videotape areas normally hidden from view, deep inside the chimney
Major Masonry Repairs/Construction
Back wall or complete firebox re-building, new dampers installed, partial or complete fireplace/chimney re-building. We also do custom fireplace facings and mantels
Minor Masonry Repairs
Return a deteriorating, unsafe chimney/fireplace to code and Fire Safety Standards quickly and economically
Evaluate chimney/fireplace, structural stability, and determine if they meet current Fire Safety Standards. Reports are useful for real estate transactions and home insurance requirements
Replaces missing or loose mortar in brick chimneys
UL Listed Stainless Steel Chimney Lining/Re-Lining Systems
Restore unlined chimneys or damaged chimney flue liners to code and NFPA211 Fire Safety Standards. A stainless steel liner system, directly connected to an insert in an existing fireplace, improves performance and efficiency of that insert by up to 30%.
Stops water penetration through the top of your chimney, preventing major water damage and expensive repairs.
Before repair, cracks and mold allow water to penetrate the chimney, causing structural failure, and loss of insulation value.
The crown is cleaned and prepared for a new sealant to be applied.
A new crown seal is applied.