Chimney Cleaning

Chimney cleaning (aka chimney sweep) provides complete cleaning services of your fireplace, hearth, chimney and flue systems. It clears ash and soot from chimneys. The chimney uses the pressure difference caused by a hot column of gas to create a draught and draw air over the hot coals or wood enabling continued combustion from your fireplace, and up the chimney to expel them outside, safely away from your living and the air you breath.

Air Repair provides fully insured chimney cleaning services and inspection to ensure your chimney is safe, and that there are no issues or damage.

Do not use the fireplace again if you have more than one fourth inch of creosote deposition until it is completely cleaned—a chimney fire could occur at any time. To check for creosote, shine the light near the top of the firebox, in the smoke chamber and around the damper.

How Often Should You Get Your Chimney Cleaned?

It is recommended that your chimney or other wood burning system should be inspected and cleaned once every year, especially if you use your fireplace often to protect your home from the dangers of flue fires.

If your fireplace is used extensively approximately more than 50 times, a second cleaning may be required. When you’re not sure about the accumulation of Creosote in your chimney then request an additional inspection – just to be safe and for your peace of mind. We’ll give you an honest evaluation and let you know if your chimney needs a second cleaning or not.

How Often Should You Get Your Chimney Cleaned?

It is recommended that your chimney or other wood burning system should be inspected and cleaned once every year, especially if you use your fireplace often to protect your home from the dangers of flue fires.

If your fireplace is used extensively approximately more than 50 times, a second cleaning may be required. When you’re not sure about the accumulation of Creosote in your chimney then request an additional inspection – just to be safe and for your peace of mind. We’ll give you an honest evaluation and let you know if your chimney needs a second cleaning or not.

Why Should You Get Your Chimney Cleaned?

Chimneys and fireplaces require regular inspections, maintenance and cleaning that greatly reduces the risk of a dangerous chimney fire, and prevents toxic fumes or carbon monoxide poisoning causing major harm.

During regular chimney use, debris, ashes, soot, and a layer of flammable creosote accumulate in the chimney and fireplace. Creosote is a flammable substance that with time builds up inside your home’s chimney or liner as a result of burning wood and other fuels. Accumulation of soot and creosote can fuel a chimney fire that may significantly damage the chimney or spread to the rest of the home. Creosote build-up can also reduce the air flow of a fireplace and it’s burning efficiency.

Why Should You Get Your Chimney Cleaned?

Chimneys and fireplaces require regular inspections, maintenance and cleaning that greatly reduces the risk of a dangerous chimney fire, and prevents toxic fumes or carbon monoxide poisoning causing major harm.

During regular chimney use, debris, ashes, soot, and a layer of flammable creosote accumulate in the chimney and fireplace. Creosote is a flammable substance that with time builds up inside your home’s chimney or liner as a result of burning wood and other fuels. Accumulation of soot and creosote can fuel a chimney fire that may significantly damage the chimney or spread to the rest of the home. Creosote build-up can also reduce the air flow of a fireplace and it’s burning efficiency.

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