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Benefits of Gas Fireplace Inserts

As much as you love your traditional wood-burning fireplace, it just does not provide enough heat, and you would like to find a more economical way to heat your home this winter. One popular option is to install a more energy-efficient gas fireplace insert into the opening of your existing Read More »

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We Can Do Chimney Rebuilds and Renovations

Although masonry chimneys are built to last a lifetime, there may come a time when you may be in need of extensive repairs to safely use your fireplace. Additionally, most chimneys that need to be rebuilt have already lasted one lifetime, so they may need some renovation to make it Read More »

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Clogged Dryer Vent? We Can Help!

The last few times that you have done laundry, you noticed that your clothes were still damp at the end of a complete drying cycle. This is a clear sign that your dryer vent is dirty and clogged. Not only can this make your utility bills more expensive, but it Read More »

How We Troubleshoot Chimney Problems

Chim Cheree, The Chimney Specialists has been taking care of chimneys and fireplaces for 40 years! Over these years, our chimney technicians have learned the best practices for providing comprehensive chimney services, and they have trained and received certifications from professional leaders in our industry such as the Chimney Safety Read More »


The Importance of an Annual Chimney Inspection

While the reasons for an annual professional chimney sweeping are obvious, many of our customers do not realize that their chimneys should also be inspected every year by a Chimney Safety Institute of America (CSIA)-certified chimney technician. The CSIA follows the chimney inspection guidelines set by the National Fire Prevention Association Read More »

All About Dryer Vent Safety

In the year 2010, approximately 16,800 house fires involving clothes dryers were reported in the United States, and these fires were responsible for 51 deaths, 380 injuries, and $236 million in property damage, according to the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA). The leading cause behind these fires is the failure Read More »

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