Our Steps For Insuring That Your Fireplace
And Chimney Are Safe To Use.
The Chimney Guy Est. in 2010 the owner is Robert Woods. I have Over 15 Years experience in the chimney business i am also a member of the hearth patio & bbq assn., National fire protection assn., cedar creek chamber of commerce, home advisor, & A Certified chimney professional . We service homes, apartments, condos, commercial buildings and businesses. We do multiple services including chimney cleaning, repairs, rebuilds, installs, vent hood cleaning, dryer vent cleaning, gas fireplaces, electric fireplaces, wood burning fireplaces and pressure washing. Service most of east texas and some parts of dallas, ask about our referral program.
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The national fire protection association standard states the fireplace and chimney should be inspected yearly for any structural faults.
You want to make sure that your fireplace is ready to use safely.
Sweep the Chimney:
The National Fire Protection Association suggests that you have your chimney swept once a year to remove dangerous soot and debris.
Check for Damages:
We check the chimney structure and lining for cracks, loose bricks, deterioration or missing mortar. We also make sure that your chimney is properly and securely attached to your house.
Inspect Gasket Material:
We make sure to take care of the gasket sealing the door, the glass door itself, and the ash dump. If these aren’t working properly, your fire can get too much oxygen, which can create an over-fire condition.
Clean the Blower:
If your fireplace has a blower, We make sure it is thoroughly cleaned. Most fireplace blowers don’t have a filter, so we clean it to prevent buildup.
Inspect the Damper:
The damper is a valve or plate that regulates air flow inside of your chimney. We make sure that it is working properly before you start using the fireplace.
Cap the Chimney:
Your chimney should be properly capped in order to keep birds, rain, squirrels, leaves and other debris from entering. We Recommend that you replace or repair a damaged or missing cap.
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