What Does HeatShield Do?

An often overlooked part of your chimney’s anatomy is the chimney liner. We tend to think of the chimney itself as a sturdy, indestructible structure, but it takes wear and tear like other appliances. The chimney liner plays a big part of keeping your interior safe,...

We Specialize in All Types of Masonry Work

When you need repair work, it’s best to pick someone who is an expert in that area. No one intentionally picks someone who does subpar work, so you check out their credentials and ask for recommendations. This should also be true when it comes to any masonry work you...

Why is a Chimney Liner Important?

You can buy chimney and fireplace accessories that can add to the enjoyment of your fire burning experience. When you add a fireplace screen, this helps protect your hearth from sparks that may float out from your fire and add to the aesthetic of your fireplace. A...

Protecting and Storing Firewood

All winter long you used your fireplace for warmth and comfort. If you cut your own firewood, you know how satisfying it is to be able to head outside and bring in the fruit of your labor and build a fire. Now that summer is here, it’s time to think about replenishing...

The Perfect Fireplace Facelift

It’s springtime, and that means everything is starting to come alive! All the snow has melted, and the spring rains have washed away all the dirt and grime off the sidewalks and foundations. In your home, you can open up the curtains and let the sunshine in, which...

Protect Your Chimney From Chimney Swifts

If you notice a strange noise in your home, the explanation is probably something pretty simple and obvious. If there’s a scratching and peeping noise coming from your chimney, there’s a good chance that some type of animal that has taken up residence there. It could...

Six Tips for Avoiding Chimney Leaks

The gentle spring rain sounds so peaceful and feels so cleansing. It makes the trees and grass green and makes the air smell so sweet. There’s nothing bad about a fresh spring rain. Unless you have a leaky chimney, that is. If that’s the case, then that gentle spring...

Perfect Time to Schedule a Chimney Inspection

Spring is the perfect time to do a lot of things. Once the snow is gone and the weather is warmer, it’s hard to stop yourself from getting outside and doing those outdoor jobs. Getting the yard back in shape, cleaning out the garage, washing and vacuuming out your...

Keep Your Gas Fireplace in Top Condition

Everyone knows that it’s important to keep your wood-burning fireplace inspected and cleaned on an annual basis. This is because one of the by-products of burning wood is smoke, which is actually moisture from the wood that is released during the combustion process....