Fireplaces are an enjoyable feature in many Texas homes, but periodic cleaning is important to avoid malfunctions and fires in the chimney. Frequency of cleaning a chimney can depend on the following factors: usage of fireplace, type of products burned in fireplace, and the age of home/fireplace.
Dryer vents help carry hot air away from your home or building. However, sometimes lint, dust, and other items can create clogs and create problems. It’s vital to keep your dryer vents clean.
When you have a functional dryer vent, it can lead to significantly lower power bills. A clean vent won’t clog up, which will lessen the running time needed, and that will lower your bills down improved air quality
Animal removal and re-entry prevention
Repair of all brick, block and stone
Water Repellant Application
Chimneys and fireplaces require regular maintenance if they’re to continue to serve you and operate the way they were designed to.
“Chimneys, fireplaces, and vents shall be inspected at least once a year for soundness, freedom from deposits, and correct clearances. Cleaning, maintenance, and repairs shall be done if necessary.” – National Fire Protection Association Standard
Chimney cleaning is needed to remove creosote deposits and other debris from chimneys and vents. Creosote buildup in chimneys can lead to chimney fires and flue blockages, both of which can seriously threaten the safety of you and your family.
Chimney cleaning is a vital service to protect the health and safety of your family and home. All chimneys, including the chimney for your furnace, should be inspected annually, with cleaning performed as needed.
Often cleaning your chimney will prevent rust dampers from rain entering in, flue liners and gas lines, as well as deteriorate the bricks and mortar lining the inside of your fireplace and chimney causing the need for costly repairs