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How to Restore a Historic Fireplace

How to Restore a Historic Fireplace

The fireplace is the center of the house, creating a cozy and inviting atmosphere that truly makes the house a home. Historic fireplaces, even more so than others, with their unique characteristics and personality. Regardless of their charm, this pinnacle of the home...

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5 of Atlanta’s Top Historic Neighborhoods  

5 of Atlanta’s Top Historic Neighborhoods  

Historic Atlanta homes are the most beautiful showcase of what the city has to offer. Five of Atlanta's top historic neighborhoods boast diverse social scenes that perfectly balance community, history, and trendiness. The areas provide southern hospitality for...

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What to Expect with a Historic Chimney

What to Expect with a Historic Chimney

Atlanta's housing market boasts countless historic homes with unrivaled southern charm. Most of these homes are located in Atlanta's most popular and fastest-growing neighborhoods. Most hopeful buyers know that purchasing a historic home has unique obstacles and is...

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Common Chimney Issues to Look For

Common Chimney Issues to Look For

The living room is at the center of any home, which offers a gathering place for friends and family and hosts countless precious memories. With the fireplace acting as a focal point, it is very common to forget about the other half you can't see… your...

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What is Creosote and How to Avoid It In Your Chimney

What is Creosote and How to Avoid It In Your Chimney

Creosote is often mentioned when discussing chimney concerns, but most of you are wondering, what is creosote? You might know by now that creosote is bad, but that’s usually where the knowledge of creosote begins and ends. It is important to know what we are talking...

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Chimney Inspections & Spring: Made for Each Other

Chimney Inspections & Spring: Made for Each Other

Spring is, allergies aside, the greatest season. At least, that's what Southern Chimneys thinks. What better time to be up on a roof and outdoors than on sunny, blue-sky days that are the perfect temperature? If you want to take advantage of our favorite season and...

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Why is Rain a Hazard to Your Chimney?

Why is Rain a Hazard to Your Chimney?

Your chimney and fireplace are designed to withstand the test of time if properly maintained and looked after. One of the most notorious variables in determining your chimney and fireplace’s longevity is its level of moisture resistance. A chimney with poor moisture...

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