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Types of Chimney Repairs You Need to Address Right Away

The chimney is designed to safely and efficiently expel the smoke, soot, and gases to keep your home and family safe while using the fireplace. When the chimney or its components are damaged, it can increase the risk of fire or exposure to carbon monoxide fumes. It can also cause more extensive chimney repairs. With... Read more

Chimney Cleaning Mistakes That You Don’t Want to Make!

Now that the cold winter season is over, it’s time to clean the chimney and fireplace. It’s a chore that doesn’t rank high on most to-do lists but is essential for protecting your home and keeping your family safe. Here are five common chimney cleaning mistakes to avoid. Doing Chimney Cleaning Yourself One of the... Read more

Fire Safety Tips Everyone Should Know

Gathering around a roaring fire in the fireplace is an enjoyable experience for many families as they stay warm and comfortable during the winter. While the fireplace may appear safe, a lack of chimney cleaning or fireplace repairs or an accident can cause a fire. According to the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), home heating... Read more

The Function of Chimney Flues & Fireplace Dampers

A chimney/fireplace system has a lot of parts, components and areas – and plenty of terminology to describe each. The chimney flue and fireplace damper sometimes are thought to be basically the same thing, since both have to do with drafting and venting a fireplace. The fact is, these two parts of your system are... Read more

How to Care for Your Chimney & Fireplace in the Winter

With the cold winter season upon us, homeowners across Southern Middle Tennessee and the Tennessee Valley will be looking forward to lighting the fireplace to stay warm. However, for the chimney and fireplace to operate safely and efficiently, proper maintenance and cleaning are essential. Here are a few tips on how to care for your... Read more