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Licenses and Certifications:

  • Chimney Safety Institute of America (CSIA) Certified Chimney Sweep # 4680
  • Chimney Safety Institute of America Designated Master Chimney Sweep # 5
  • North Carolina General Contractor
    License # 41126
  • North Carolina Home Inspector
    License # 0127
  • North Carolina Chimney Sweep Association certified Chimney Sweep (NCCSA) # 382
  • National Fireplace Institute (NFI) Certified Gas Specialist # 116145
  • National Fireplace Institute (NFI) Certified Wood Specialist # 116145

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Services

Chimney Inspections & Sweeping

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Our CSIA-Certified Chimney Sweeps use state-of-the-art equipment to inspect and sweep chimneys and vents of all kinds, including those venting wood, oil, and gas burning appliances. While sweeping your system, we ensure that it’s in working order. We look for any problems that could prevent peak performance and recommend what is needed for your system to burn cleanly and safely. When necessary, we use video inspection camera equipment to examine hidden parts of the flue. Inspections are performed in accordance with National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) standards.

Chimney Inspections Explained

Chimney Sweeping Process

Dryer Vent Inspection & Sweeping

Many modern homes have long dryer vents with several elbows. Highly flammable lint can collect in these vents and become a fire hazard. Does your dryer get extremely hot, and take more than one cycle to dry a load of clothes? You vent may be blocked!

Having us thoroughly sweep your dryer vent removes that lint and the associated fire hazard. Your clothes dry faster, wear and tear on your dryer is reduced, and you use less energy!.

Waterproofing/Leak Resolution and Repair

Most people don’t realize how much damage water can do to a chimney. Think about it- water carved the Grand Canyon out of solid stone! We’ll work hard to prevent water damage to your chimney. We have a full line of chimney caps to shield your flue. We use state of the art materials to protect the masonry itself from moisture penetration. Is your metal flashing rusted out, or covered with tar? We can completely remove old, rusted flashing and install brand new, custom bent metal flashing

Chimney Relining & Masonry Repairs

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Chimneys should be lined. The flue liner contains the heat and byproducts of combustion, protecting your home and family from their affects. The NFPA states that if your flue liners can no longer do this they should be repaired or removed and replaced. We offer a variety of options to bring your chimney back to life!

Fireplace walls can be damaged by heat, too. In days of old, when fireplaces were used for heat and year round for cooking, it wasn’t unusual to rebuild fireplace walls every three to five years. If your fireplace walls are loose, cracked or falling give us a call. We’ll remove and rebuild them!