A clean chimney burns safely, efficiently
The process of burning wood leaves a residue called creosote on the inside of the flue. Creosote is highly combustible, especially as buildup increases, and should be removed regularly with a chimney sweep. The process also removes any leaves, animal nesting, or other debris that's found its way into your chimney over time.
Before work begins, the technician will lay a tarp to protect the area of your home immediately surrounding the fireplace. During the process, he'll use a HEPA-filtered vacuum to collect any debris generated. The job will be performed from either the fireplace (bottom-up) or the rooftop (top-down) using a chimney cleaning rod-and-brush system. The service includes a level 1 chimney inspection.
- Cost of the service is $159 per fireplace/flue
- Cleaning of any subsequent fireplaces/flues is $129
- No two fireplaces share a flue
- Take $30 off any subsequent service