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Damage to Chimneys

Chimney fires, lightning strikes and other traumas to the chimney can cause damage to the liner and, in some cases, to the masonry structure itself. Wood,

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Chimney Restoration

Chimney Restoration usually refers to structures built prior to the mid-1900s. It is unusual, prior to that time, to find chimneys that were built with liners

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New Chimney Construction

New chimney construction often involves a cast-in-place or pumped masonry liner. There are certain circumstances when a pumped masonry liner can enhance a venting system or

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Oil & Gas Furnaces

Oil and gas furnaces, boilers, water heaters and gas logs, frequently require venting through a chimney structure. If that chimney is masonry, Building Code requires that

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Why Reline A Chimney?

Heat Protection The masonry components of a chimney conduct heat. If the temperature is high – as in a chimney fire – enough heat can be

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Chimney Maintenance

Author – Todd Woofenden Chimney maintenance should be performed at least once each year:  you should have your chimney checked and cleaned if necessary, by a chimney

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Hiring a Chimney Sweep

Author – Todd Woofenden Hiring a chimney sweep, or someone who is frequently called a chimney professional in different parts of the country, is something that

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