Fire Safety

How much does it cost to have your chimney inspected?

How much does it cost to have your chimney inspected?

A chimney inspection can cost anywhere from $99 to $399. The cost largely depends on the type of chimney inspection (level 1, 2 or 3), what the chimney company is including in the chimney inspection service, and the time of the year (you can usually find the best...

Everything You Need to Know About Chimney Liners

Everything You Need to Know About Chimney Liners

What is a chimney liner? A chimney liner is the flue pipe that vents the gases and smoke from your fireplace up and out from your home. A chimney liner can be made from terracotta or stainless steel.  A terracotta chimney liner is more brittle and can crack under the...

5 Reasons to Get Your Chimney Cleaned Regularly

5 Reasons to Get Your Chimney Cleaned Regularly

A chimney is in an integral part of every home as it provides ventilation for smoke and flue gases that come from your fireplace or stove. Sometimes your water heater or furnace flue also ventilates through your chimney, but at times can be vented through a separate b...

5 Reasons Why the Chimney Should be On Your Spring Cleaning List

5 Reasons Why the Chimney Should be On Your Spring Cleaning List

Spring is officially here, and we can finally look forward to the joys she brings upon us: sunshine, baseball, April showers, cookouts and, of course, spring cleaning. Soon you’ll be turning the heat off completely, and not even think about your fireplace until the...

TOP 5 THINGS TO LOOK FOR IN A REALTOR

TOP 5 THINGS TO LOOK FOR IN A REALTOR

Choosing a realtor can be hard but it doesn’t have to be. Here are the top 5 things to look for when choosing a realtor. 5. Choose Experience As the market has improved over the past 7 years, a lot of new Realtors have gotten into the business. Do you really want...

WHEN TO HAVE YOUR CHIMNEY INSPECTED

WHEN TO HAVE YOUR CHIMNEY INSPECTED

Taking care of your home is important. Which is why chimney inspections should be scheduled at least once a year. The job of a chimney sweep is to remove all soot, blockages, and creosote from your chimney liner, smoke chamber, firebox, and damper. Creosote is a...

OUTDOOR FIREPLACE ESSENTIALS

OUTDOOR FIREPLACE ESSENTIALS

If you’re thinking of adding some flare to your backyard, consider an outdoor fireplace, chiminea, or fire pit. While each of these has their benefits and drawbacks, if you’re looking for a traditional fire experience, install an outdoor wood or gas burning fireplace....

EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT CHIMNEY SWIFTS

EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT CHIMNEY SWIFTS

Don’t be fooled by their cuteness! These pesky birds love making nests in chimneys (hints the name). Chimney swifts are slender birds that fly fast and are dark brown or gray in color. They’re known to nest in enclosed areas including chimneys, air vents, hollow...

TO PAINT OR NOT TO PAINT YOUR BRICK FIREPLACE?

TO PAINT OR NOT TO PAINT YOUR BRICK FIREPLACE?

So you’re thinking of giving your fireplace a spring makeover but don’t know where to start. Well, you’ve come to the right place! Here’s everything you need to know about painting your brick fireplace.   Think carefully before painting your bricks. Most bricks...

4 TIPS TO WATERPROOFING YOUR CHIMNEY & STOPPING LEAKS

4 TIPS TO WATERPROOFING YOUR CHIMNEY & STOPPING LEAKS

It’s an unfortunate sight when you noticed water stains forming on the ceiling or running down the walls. Your worst nightmare has come true – where is the leak coming from? Is there mold in the house? Is the insulation destroyed? How much is this going to cost? But...

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