Chimney Repair & Installation
Proper chimney maintenance is not only good for your chimney, it is also safer for your home and those that live in it. For helpful tips on chimney safety and maintenance,
Before You Repair Your Chimney
Chimneys in need of repair may be visibly chipped or cracked. As a result, fires may not burn properly or the flue can seem blocked. Because of the serious problems that can arise in a faulty chimney, repairs should never be a do-it-yourself project. A professional chimney repair company will identify and discuss which repairs your chimney may need and which course of action is best.
Before You Install Your Chimney
A professional chimney installation company can help you take the proper steps to ensure that your home or business is prepared for a chimney installation and meets Ontario’s Fire Code. This means a thorough inspection of the area and its surroundings.
The Dangers of a Poorly Installed Chimney
Creosote is an oily black substance that builds up in chimneys over time. It is combustible and if left unattended, can create a fire hazard or block the chimney completely. Creosote, cracked linings and other deterioration can create dangerous situations, leading to poor indoor air quality, unnecessary pollution or carbon monoxide dangers.
Chimney health and maintenance is serious business. Proper maintenance can ensure that your chimney is worry-free and ready to go each and every winter for years to come.
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