What Animals Can Get Into My Chimney?

Your chimney is great. It has one main purpose and that is to help keep your home smoke-free while keeping your fire burning efficiently. As long as you keep your fireplace well maintained and free from soot and creosote buildup, it will continue to fulfill its role...

COVID-19 Company Precautions

As a company, we are taking the COVID-19 pandemic very seriously. Your health and safety have always been our #1 priority. Because of this, we want to share with you the precautions we are taking as a company to stop the spread and keep you and your family, as well as...

Custom Chimney Caps

You think that your chimney is pretty straight forward. Just construct brick and mortar and a firebox and you have a fireplace. But in truth, there’s much more to a fireplace and chimney system than just that. There’s many working parts that must be in good condition...

Masonry Repairs

January is the coldest time around the country, and that includes North Carolina. But that’s okay because there are so many things to do in Charlotte, North Carolina in the wintertime. Even though you can’t participate in watersports during the winter, you can still...

Winter Dangers to Your Chimney System

One of the best things about winter, besides Christmas and cooler weather, is using your fireplace. Nothing feels as good, smells as good, or sounds as good as a snapping, crackling fire, especially when there’s the possibility of a little sprinkling of snow falling...

Is Your Chimney Ready For Fall?

There is something so special about fall in North Carolina. The air gets fresh and cool, the leaves change and color the countryside with reds and yellows and oranges, and you know that cooler weather is on the way. The beautiful fall weather can even get you in the...

Gas Logs Need Service, Too

Temperatures are beginning to drop, and if you have a fireplace in your home, you are likely gearing up for countless cozy evenings in front of a warm fire. Now, if you’re one of the many who takes advantage of the ease and convenience of gas logs, you might be...

What is the Point of a Chimney Cap?

Most, but not all, chimneys have chimney caps. If you’re not sure if you have a chimney cap or not, it’s easy to find out. All you need to do is go outside and look up. There is a large cement slab at the top of your chimney. This is the chimney crown, and it is built...

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