How often should you get your chimney cleaned?
HETAS encourage having your chimney swept at least twice a year when burning wood or bituminous house coal and at least once a year when burning smokeless fuels. The best times to have your chimney swept are just before the start of the heating season and after your stove has not been used over a prolonged period.
How chimney fires start?
Most chimney fires start inside the flue where there’s either creosote buildup or a flue blockage of some kind. As heat from the fire reaches these flammable materials, the creosote or blockage ignites, starting a chimney fire.
Do CSL logs actually work?
Many homeowners wonder if the chimney sweep logs or creosote sweeping logs really work to clean out fireplace flues and get rid of creosote residue so that the fireplaces are safe to use. The short answer is no, they don’t work.
Why choose our chimney cleaning services?
Being in the chimney business for almost 30 years says a few things about our company: we do quality work, in a timely manner, at an affordable price. Our reputation speaks for itself. That’s why over 80% of our business comes from referrals and repeat customers.
What does a chimney and venting specialist do?
In addition to cleaning chimneys, repairing fireplaces and restoring wood stoves, we specialize in the prevention, detection, and correction of chimney and venting system hazards-the kinds of hazards that can endanger the health and safety of your family and home.
Why choose championchimney savers for your chimney liner replacement?
Chimney Savers did an excellent job replaced the liner of our oil chimney yesterday. They were clean, efficient and professional, and the final invoice matched their quote exactly.
Is chimney sweeping necessary?
Most homeowners know that chimney sweeping is an essential part of maintaining their home’s safety. According to the Chimney Safety Institute of America, chimneys should be inspected annually and, if needed, swept. But how much you should expect to pay for this…