Is My Chimney Clogged? – Creosote In Chimney

A clogged chimney is a dangerous chimney.  You may be able to determine if there’s an obstruction in your chimney, or you may need a certified chimney sweep to make this determination, but in either case, a clogged chimney must be addressed immediately Blockages in chimneys most commonly result from either an excessive buildup of creosote and soot or various debris such as leaves, twigs and small … more »
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Why are the Bricks on My Chimney Starting to Crumble?

Are you concerned that parts of your chimney look like they are crumbling? This is a common problem for homeowners with a fireplace. In most cases, cracked bricks and crumbling mortar are a sign of spalling. Spalling is a problem for brick structures like retaining walls and chimneys. It is a symptom of water damage that has begun to deteriorate the masonry. Learning how … more »
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5 Reasons You Need to Call a Chimney Sweep

Like most devices that function through a series of parts and components, fireplaces and their chimneys usually will tell you when something’s wrong before it becomes serious.  The problem is, most homeowners don’t know exactly what to do to fix problems when they arise.  This is why we have chimney sweeps – trained, certified professionals who understand fireplace systems inside and out.  Here are five signs that tell you … more »
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How Cold Weather Affects Your Chimney

According to the Farmer’s Almanac, we can expect that this winter will be cold and snowy here in Colorado. A cold winter means high heating costs. Keeping your wood pile stocked and stoking up a fire in the hearth on chilly nights can help you cut down on heating costs. Chimney problems can throw a wrench in your budget. Before the temperatures drop dramatically, … more »
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