Bottom Chimney Cleaning
Get To The Roof & Then Insert The Brush Into The Chimney Up & Down Motions You Should Begin Scrubbing The Flue
Weight Method Cleaning
This Is Where You Attach A Weight On The Cleaning Brush And Then Drop The Weight And The Brush From The Top.
Safety With Creosote
Choose To Be Your Own Chimney Sweep Be Sure To Go Slow Use Safety Precautions & All Safety Equipment Mentioned
Inspections allow certified chimney technicians to find problems and issues with a chimney that regular chimney sweeps will not find. Without proper annual inspections, issues may go unnoticed and in turn create a hazard for the home owner or create costly repairs down the road.
Chimney Cleaning is essential to preventing fires. Build up in a chimney will create heat beyond the standards of the chimney flue. Cleaning the chimney with a hard brush will remove the build up of debris and keep your chimney safe and healthy.
Why You Should Have Your Chimney Swept?
During normal fireplace operation, a layer of creosote builds up on the inside of the chimney, restricting the flow. The creosote can catch fire, setting the chimney and the building up in a blaze. The chimney must be swept to remove the soot.
The National Fire Protection Association says, “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.” As a mere matter of safety for the entire household Chimney Inspections and cleanings are vitally important if you use your fireplace, wood burning stove, etc.
How much does it cost to clean your chimney?
The standard chimney inspection costs about $100 to $250. Costs vary depending on roof accessibility and the type of chimney you need inspected. Beware of the lowest price. Competent chimney professionals invest in quality equipment, technical education and insurance for your protection. Companies offering a cut rate are much less likely to have made these investments.
At Certified Chimney Sweeps we are confident our services will meet your budget needs.
Are Chimney Sweeps Certified?
When it comes to fireplace safety, real peace of mind begins with making sure your fireplace is in the hands of a Certified Chimney Sweep. The Chimney Safety Institute of America (CSIA) recommends that people with fireplaces take care in choosing who will perform their annual chimney or vent inspection because professional service can make the difference between safety and exposure to either carbon monoxide poisonings or unnecessary fires.
When you hire Certified Chimney Sweeps you can rest assured knowing our professionals are certified by the Chimney Safety Institute of America (CSIA). You can be confident the person you’re hiring is thoroughly familiar with what’s needed to keep your home safe from the threats of a neglected chimney.
At Certified Chimney Sweeps, a fully license and insure company, you can expect nothing less than detailed and knowledgeable chimney cleaning, maintenance, and repair services. Our technicians are highly qualified, and are ready and willing to meet your individual needs.