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Creosote & Soot Buildup

These pictures are from a fireplace and a wood stove. As you can see here, there is a significant build up of creosote. Creosote is a highly flammable byproduct of wood burning that accumulates in a chimney flue or stove pipes. It is important for creosote to removed to prevent a flue fire and have a properly working fireplace or wood stove. The picture on the left is the aftermath of a chimney fire.

Smoke Chamber Repair

Mortar joints and brick within the Smoke Chamber can spawl out over time. This can happen naturally over time from just normal use. It can also be accelerated from moisture from rain if there is no chimney cap or cracked crown. A refractory parging material is used to strengthen, streamline, and restore the critical smoke chamber area in masonry chimneys. This method also helps improve the flow or draft of the fireplace!
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Crown Repair

If your Chimney Crown looks like this, then its time to have it repaired. Crowns help prevent water damage to the structure of the chimney as well as helping to prevent water leaks down into the firebox and/or house. 
If your Chimney Crown looks like this, then its time to have it repaired. Crowns help prevent water damage to the structure of the chimney as well as helping to prevent water leaks down into the firebox and/or house. 
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Chimney Caps

We install all types of chimney caps. Multi-Flue Caps, Top Sealing Damper Caps, Stainless Steel Caps, Galvanized Caps, and more.
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