Chimney Crowns

Over the years, exposure to the outdoors can start to take a toll on your chimney. One of the elements that can have the most devastating effect on your chimney is water. Rain, sleet and snow all play part in damaging your masonry. If moisture is allowed inside your...

Gas Log Installation

Many people love the idea of owning a wood-burning fireplace. However, all the work of collecting, chopping, seasoning, stacking, and hauling wood can seem a bit daunting. This, coupled with the maintenance and upkeep that is required with owning a wood-burning...

Professional Masonry Repairs

Your chimney masonry was designed to withstand some extreme conditions. The local climate, extreme temperature swings, and age are just a few things that can start to wear down your chimney system’s brick and mortar. In time, this wear and tear will start to affect...

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...