The Anatomy Of Your Fireplace

Fireplaces seem like a simple enough concept: You build a fire in the fireplace, and the smoke travels up and out of the chimney tube. Well, essentially, that’s how a fireplace works – right? On the contrary, that common vision of a fireplace system is...

Hire A Certified Chimney Sweep

Like any other component of your home, your chimney requires regular maintenance. This includes occasional repairs and eventual upgrades. Want to make sure your chimney is cared for properly? Then be sure to hire a chimney sweep who has been trained and certified by...

Forward Schedule Your Chimney Service!

Every year, summer seems to fly by, with holiday celebrations, family reunions, vacations and fun weekend outings. Before we know it, we’re shopping for school supplies and preparing our home for the winter. With the whir of summer, fall home maintenance can creep up...

How to Spot Common Masonry Damage

No homeowner wants to hit the fall months and be told that their fireplace or chimney needs to be repaired before it can be used. That’s why it’s important in the spring or early summer to take stock of your chimney and fireplace masonry. By knowing how to spot common...

Check your chimney cap!

One of your chimney’s most important components sits at the very top of your flue. Because of its sky-high location, your chimney cap is often out of sight and out of mind. But if your chimney cap has suffered any damage, your chimney could be susceptible to damage...

Upgrading to a Gas Fireplace

Did your wood-burning fireplace sit mostly unused this winter? Are you tired of hauling wood and tending your fireplace? If so, it might be time to upgrade to a gas-fueled fire! Here’s what you need to know about upgrading to gas. The benefits of a gas fireplace. Gas...

All about HeatShield

If your chimney is showing its age with a cracking, crumbling flue, HeatShield could be the solution to saving your chimney! With its durable heat-proof coating, HeatShield can restore the function, safety and durability of your chimney. What is HeatShield?...