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Chimney Chase Design

When you install a new prefabricated chimney, you most likely will want to have a chimney chase constructed. This is to hide the metal pipe that extends from your roof. A chimney chase can make your prefabricated chimney look more like a traditional masonry chimney. In addition, it can be Read More »

We Do Chimney Renovations!

Masonry chimneys are built to last a lifetime! However, they are susceptible to damage from erosion caused by water penetration, chimney fires, and other problems. When damage does occur, it is essential to have it repaired as soon as possible to prevent further deterioration. If neglected, cracked bricks and mortar Read More »

We Do Firebox Rebuilds

When you own a home with a fireplace, you have the responsibility of making sure there is no damage present. Especially damage that could pose safety hazards to your family and your home. Preventing accidental fires and carbon monoxide leaks involves routine professional maintenance checks of your fireplace and chimney. Read More »

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Why You Should Have Your Dryer Vent Professionally Cleaned

When you own a home, one of your biggest responsibilities is making sure there are no hazards. Especially ones that could endanger your family and damage your property! To prevent a dangerous situation such as an accidental fire, you need to keep up with certain routine maintenance tasks. One task Read More »

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We Use HeatShield!

You always need your chimney to be properly lined. Why? It protects the combustible parts of your home from heat transfer. Keeping the bricks and mortar joints of your chimney safe from the corrosive gases of combustion. Helps in providing a correctly sized flue to your heating appliance. Without a Read More »

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Fixing Winter Masonry Damage

Cold winter weather can be really tough on masonry chimneys. The Chimney Safety Institute of America (CSIA)┬áreports that the condition of your chimney is worsened after water damage to the bricks and mortar. Masonry materials are porous and naturally absorb water. Also, the water inside the bricks and mortar freezes Read More »

How Cold Weather Can Damage Your Chimney

Every time we have a big snow storm here in Upstate South Carolina, more potholes show up in the roads. This is called spalling damage. The same thing happens to your masonry chimney, whenever the temperature drops below freezing. Cold weather can really be hard on masonry materials. This is Read More »