Chimney & Fireplace Inspection

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Why You Need an Inspection

Don’t let just anyone inspect the most dangerous appliance in your home! While anyone can shine a flashlight up your chimney, it’s not possible to do a complete inspection without sweeping the chimney first. An annual chimney inspection can improve your fireplace’s performance and prevent fires, carbon monoxide concerns, water leaks and water damage. Our technicians will complete an inside and out camera scope inspection and consultation to address and discuss any issues or concerns.

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Maintain Optimal Performance

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Keep Your Home Safe

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Prepare For Service

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Prevent Costly Repairs

Prevent Chronic Issues & Costly Repairs

If excessive water falls into your chimney, it can get into the chimney flue or the chimney liner, which will cause rapid deterioration. Debris and animals also can impact your chimney. Just as your gutters collect debris and water, your chimney does the same. It only takes a small amount of debris and a heated chimney to create a fire. Chimneys are also common entry points for a variety of unwanted pests like squirrels and birds. A chimney cap, pan, or shroud will prevent these pesky critters from entering your home and causing problems.

Chimney Cleanings

Keep your chimney safe and functioning correctly; schedule your appointment in time for winter!

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PROTECT YOUR HOME

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Includes an inspection

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Maintain Optimal Performance

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Prevent Water Damage

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Clear Hazardous Debris

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Prepare For Upcoming Service

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Prevent Costly Repairs

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How Does Cleaning Help?

Scheduled chimney cleanings improve your fireplace’s performance, prevent chimney fire and carbon monoxide hazards, keep you up-to-date on the status of your chimney, and help identify potential issues. Cleanings ultimately give you peace of mind that you’re maintaining your chimney and avoiding costly repairs in the future. A technician will complete a full sweep and inspect the structure and equipment inside your chimney and fireplace.

Prevent Chronic Issues & Costly Repairs

If excessive water falls into your chimney, it can get into the chimney flue or the chimney liner, which will cause rapid deterioration. Debris and animals also can impact your chimney. Chimneys are also common entry points for a variety of unwanted pests like squirrels and birds. A chimney cap, pan, or shroud will prevent these pesky critters from entering your home and causing problems.

Masonry Chimney & Fireplace Services

Masonry Chimney and Fireplaces are part of a home’s structural design and are built as the house is built. Masonry fireplaces burn wood logs and a concrete foundation is necessary for a fireplace. There are specific requirements when building the home that dictate various aspects of the unit.

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Masonry Inspections

An annual chimney inspection can improve your fireplace’s performance and prevent fires, carbon monoxide concerns, water leaks and water damage. Our technicians will complete an inside and out 18-point inspection and consultation to address and discuss any issues or concerns.

Masonry Cleaning

Just as your gutters collect debris and water, your chimney does the same. It only takes a small amount of debris and a heated chimney to create a fire. Scheduled chimney cleanings improve your fireplace’s performance, prevent chimney fire and carbon monoxide hazards, keep you up-to-date on the status of your chimney, and help identify potential issues. Cleanings ultimately give you peace of mind that you’re maintaining your chimney and avoiding costly repairs in the future. A technician will complete a full sweep and inspect the structure and equipment inside your chimney and fireplace.

Masonry Services

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Inspections

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Cleanings

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Leaky Chimney & Water Damage Repair

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Chimney Caps

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Chimney Liners

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Brick & Mortar Repair

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Chimney Damper Repair

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Firebox Repair

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Chimney Waterproofing

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Chimney & Fireplace Installs

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Direct Vent & Woodburning Inserts

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Resurfacing

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Smoke Chamber Purge

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Gas Logs

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Gas Line/Valve Repair

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Utility Flue Repair

Prefabricated Chimney & Fireplace Services

Prefabricated Services

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Inspections

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Cleanings

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Leaky Chimney & Water Damage Repair

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Prefabricated Chimney Repair

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Chimney Chase Covers, Shrouds, and Termination Caps

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Damaged Fireplace Walls

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Refractory Firebox Panel Replacements

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Gas Line/Valve Repair

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Gas Log Conversion

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Gas Log Redress & Replacements

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Pre-Fab Chimney & Fireplace Installation

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Prefabricated Inspections

An annual chimney inspection can improve your fireplace’s performance and prevent fires, carbon monoxide concerns, water leaks and water damage. Our technicians will complete an inside and out camera scope inspection and consultation to address and discuss any issues or concerns.

Pre-Fab Cleaning

Just as your gutters collect debris and water, your chimney does the same. It only takes a small amount of debris and a heated chimney to create a fire. Scheduled chimney cleanings improve your fireplace’s performance, prevent chimney fire and carbon monoxide hazards, keep you up-to-date on the status of your chimney, and help identify potential issues. Cleanings ultimately give you peace of mind that you’re maintaining your chimney and avoiding costly repairs in the future. A technician will complete a full sweep and inspect the structure and equipment inside your chimney and fireplace.

Full Masonry Chimney Caps

Full Masonry Chimney Caps

A chimney cap is a safety feature which covers the chimney opening.  The chimney topper fits over the top of your chimney liner and is installed at the top of the chimney. The most inexpensive feature of a chimney system, the cap, is about as important as a roof on your house & screens covering your open windows.

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Prevent Animals From Entering Your Chimney

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Block Debris

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Protect Against Damage From Weather Elements

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Increase Curb Appeal of Your Home

Chimney Chase Covers and Shrouds

Benefits of Chase Cover & Shrouds

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Protects You From Water Damage

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Keeps out Animals & Debris

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Increases The Curb Appeal of Your Home

Chase Cover & Shrouds

In the Atlanta area many homes opt for an architectural style chimney topper as a preventative measure to take against water damage by having a chimney rain pan and chimney shroud installed. First, we will visit your home to take precise measurements and discuss the options that are available to you. Then a custom built rain pan and shroud is fabricated and  installed correctly by our certified chimney technicians.

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Why You Absolutely NEED Your Chimney Protected

Chase Cover and shrouds are chimney protection materials that safeguard your home and keep your chimney functioning correctly. With an open chimney, water can enter and collect inside your chimney every time it rains. If excessive water falls into your chimney, it can get into the chimney flue or the chimney liner, which will cause rapid deterioration. Debris and animals also can impact your chimney. Just as your gutters collect debris and water, your chimney does the same. It only takes a small amount of debris and a heated chimney to create a fire. Chimneys are also common entry points for a variety of unwanted pests like squirrels and birds. A chimney cap, pan, or shroud will prevent these pesky critters from entering your home and causing problems.