Nondestructive Flue Liner Correction

Of all the parts of the chimney system, the liner is one of the most important and has multiple jobs. The liner keeps the fire in its place, keeping heat and hazardous gases from traveling through the masonry and into your home. The liner also properly sizes the flue...

Creosote: What, When, Where?

To many homeowners, creosote prevention may seem like a gimmick. With products on the market that remove creosote through a little powder thrown on some hot coals, can it really be dangerous? For your safety and the safety of your home and family, it’s best to ask the...

Masonry Deterioration of the Chimney

Summer may not be the time that you notice a drop in efficiency, but while you’re hanging around outside more and more, you may notice some changes in your masonry. Deterioration of the chimney is caused from general wear and tear and can worsen due to spring rains....

Chimney Inspections: Levels of Safety

Your chimney is the largest system in most homes. It can also be the most dangerous AND the most costly when it comes to neglect and repairs. Your chimney system requires routine maintenance in order to perform safely and efficiently throughout the year. Both the...

Do You Have Draft Problems? We Can Help!

A drafty house is a pain. It hurts your wallet and is frustrating. When you have a drafty chimney, changing the thermostat will not help. Sealing the windows and doors can even make it worse! What do you do to solve a drafty chimney? It’s a fairly tricky problem...

Why Cleaning Your Dryer Vents is Important

You should add your dryer vents to your spring cleaning to-do list. Your clothes dryer is one of many important systems in your home which can turn dangerous if neglected. Clothes Dryer Fires According to the U.S. Fire Administration, clothes dryer fires are reported...