Throat Damper vs. Lock-Top Damper

Your damper is one of the most essential components of your chimney system. Dampers let you control the amount of airflow come through your chimney opening and fireplace and block air from coming into your home when the fireplace is not in use. When your damper is...

What is Heatshield?

Your chimney flue is designed to let gas, heat, and smoke out of your home as quickly as possible. However, exposure to corrosive gas and creosote may cause your flue to crack, crumble, and chip. A cracked or chipped flue can be a serious issue, causing a number of...

Chimney Swifts

Many people think that cities were created specifically to suit human needs. Although this is true, did you know that there are many other species that have adapted very well to life in the city. Many of the structures that we create in urban areas make great animal...

Level I,II & III Chimney Inspections

One of the best ways to keep your chimney healthy is to have periodic inspections. In fact, the Chimney Safety Institute of America (CSIA) suggests getting annual chimney inspections for the most efficient and safest chimneys. This is because inspections help you...

We Install Quality & Stylish Chimney Caps

Spring showers is good for plants and grass, but it can cause all sorts of issues in your chimney system, if you system lacks the proper protection. As a large portion of your chimney is exposed to the outdoors, this make it vulnerable to the weather. If rain, sleets,...