Make sure that you and your loved ones are safe, warm and comfy during winter or in extremely cold weather!
The chimney is an important component of your home. The last thing that you want is a problem with your chimney when the mercury drops. You certainly don’t want any issues when it is freezing outside. It is a good idea to handle it with a proactive approach. Opting for chimney sweeps, having it regularly checked at least once or twice a year and other preventive maintenance methods will surely put a halt to damages and further dangers that it may incur.
Full-service chimney and fireplace repair
No matter what type of fireplace or chimney you have, our experienced technicians can service and repair them all, including masonry or factory-built fireplaces, gas fireplaces or pellet/wood stoves. If there has been earthquake damage or a chimney fire at your residence, our skilled technicians also specialize in repairing your chimney up to code.
Installation and replacement of chimney parts
All parts of your chimney get worn over time so replacement is common in both masonry and factory-built fireplaces. Whether you need installation of a chase cover or replacement of a refractory panel, we offer a wide variety of quality chimney products. Our technicians will install the new part so you can safely enjoy your fireplace again.
Chimney liner installation
Chimney liners (sometimes called flue liners) are typically clay, metal or stainless steel liners installed in masonry chimneys to protect the chimney walls from heat and corrosion. A liner also helps send any combustible particles to the outside atmosphere. New liners are necessary when either the chimney is unlined or the liner has cracked or is damaged.
Chimney caps are an important part of any chimney system as they protect it from outside elements such as rain, snow, animals or downdraft issues. Without this protection, an open chimney can allow large amounts of water or critters to invade, which invites big problems.
A chase cover fits over the top outside edge of your chase or brick chimney (somewhat like a shoe box top) and keeps out rain, snow, critters and everything else.
Refractory panels direct a fire’s heat towards the fireplace’s mouth, which keeps the firebox’s temperature at a safe level. Over time, the constantly changing temperature inside the fireplace compromises the integrity of the panel and eventually it will start to crack. Once cracks appear, it’s time to replace the panel.
Your top-mount damper helps to regulate the flow of air inside your chimney system. If your damper is not opening or closing properly, this can cause the major drafting issues you may be experiencing.