Environmental Chimney Keeps Hendersonville Safe & Vibrant
Hendersonville is known as a vibrant mountain community, and here at Environmental Chimney Service, we are dedicated to doing our part to provide you the peace of mind of knowing that your chimney is operating at peak capacity and safety. When we perform your yearly inspection and maintenance, we will be minimizing any fire and poisonous gas risks that can arise from improperly functioning structures. Here is an overview of the services we provide:
Whether you have a fireplace or not, it is important to have a yearly inspection and cleaning performed on your chimney by a certified chimney professional. Environmental Chimney Services has been in business since 1990 and we specialize in chimney video inspections, cleanings, repairs, and relining. We are also the company to call if you have or suspect a water leak in your chimney. Our team knows the risks associated with missing bricks, obstructed or damaged flues, and accumulated combustibles. Our A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau and our membership with the National Chimney Sweep Guild lets you know you are doing business with a company you can trust. Your safety is our number one concern.
The Past & Present Merge In Hendersonville
Much time and many resources have been dedicated to preserving Hendersonville. The communities of Druid Hills, Hyman Heights, Mount Royal, Seventh Avenue Depot, West Side Historic, Lenox Park, and Cold Springs feature reminders of Hendersonville’s past. The first hospital, depot, warehouse and the Olmsteadian concept of land planning are found within these notable neighborhoods.
Downtown Hendersonville encompasses a 16-block area filled with the union of the past and present. Henderson was incorporated in 1847 and the historic courthouse remains a showcase of history not to be missed. Fortunately, downtown Hendersonville was included in the nation’s National Trust for Historic Preservation — and today, many of the buildings and structures have been renovated and restored to their original glory with modern functionality. Downtown Hendersonville boasts restaurants, shopping, entertainment and art to please visitors and residents of all ages.
Throughout the year, downtown Hendersonville is the host of fairs and festivals. ‘Bearfootin’ in Hendersonville brings the community together as the outdoor sculptures of bears mark the area and provide treasure-hunting, photo opportunities, and fundraising events. In May, there is the Rhythm and Brews Concert Series, and the annual Antique and Vintage Show is held in June. October draws residents and visitors to Trick or Treat Street, and November is Hendersonville’s famous Turkey Trot. The beauty of Hendersonville is captured during December during the Old Fashioned Christmas celebration.
The Mineral and Lapidary Museum of Henderson County is located in downtown Hendersonville. The museum is the center where the community and its visitors can learn more about earth sciences, specifically paleontology and geology. Hendersonville is rich in minerals and many are showcased in collections of both raw and polished stones. There are also dinosaur fossils, geodes, a meteorite, and fluorescent minerals on display.
Orchard-visiting is a popular activity in Hendersonville. Whether you opt to pick your own apples or grab some already-picked apples, adults and children will enjoy the cider, events, and apple-based food at the many orchards in the area.
Aeronautics lovers are in awe after visiting the Western North Carolina Air Museum. The museum provides an up-close and hands-on experience celebrating the spirit of flying as it has developed over the years. From early planes to warplanes, the Golden Age of Flying will captivate visitors. The museum is open year round and there are plenty of opportunities to interact with pilots, see the planes, and perhaps even watch these planes being restored and flown.