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Chimney Cleaning Service

Have you detected any unusual odors in the area of your fireplace?

Do you worry about creosote accumulation and the potential dangers it poses?

It’s recommended that you get in touch with the experts at XPERT CHIMNEY SWEEP to clean your chimney. Our company has been assisting local households for more than a decade by doing chimney inspections, chimney repairs, and other chimney services.

We are properly licensed and insured, and the quality of our work is backed up by a guarantee.

What Can You Expect From a Chimney Cleaning Service?

Our cleaning procedure includes the following:

Clean up any deposits of creosote and soot

To clean the soot and creosote out of the flue of your chimney, our experts will climb up onto your roof and use cleaning instruments that are designed specifically for professional usage. Creosote is a dangerous byproduct that forms whenever wood is burned, and it must be eliminated on a regular basis. After we have completed running our brushes on rods up and down your chimney, we will visually verify our job to ensure that it has been completed thoroughly.

Purge the smoke chamber of its contents

We will clean the smoke chamber of your fireplace using special small brushes, and then we will either scoop or vacuum the soot and creosote from the smoke shelf.

Purge the smoke chamber of its contents

We will clean the smoke chamber of your fireplace using special small brushes, and then we will either scoop or vacuum the soot and creosote from the smoke shelf.

Clean the firebox with a vacuum

After removing any debris that may be present in the firebox using the specialist brushes that we have, we will examine the status of each component of this system in more detail.

The Advantages of Having Your Chimney Cleaned

It is not only excellent housekeeping; hiring a professional to clean your chimney is necessary to ensure the security of your property.

Other advantages include the following:

Cleaning your chimney regularly may help prevent carbon monoxide poisoning by ensuring that the gas is vented safely outside rather than back into your house.

A clean chimney allows more oxygen to enter the burnbox, causing the logs to burn more completely and effectively.

Simplifying the process of inspecting fireplaces after having your chimney cleaned by a professional, a chimney sweep will be able to check your chimney without any hindrance from soot and creosote buildups.

Creosote, a chemical that is sticky and very combustible, is produced when wood is burned. Creosote has the potential to ignite a chimney fire, which might result in the complete destruction of your property.

Maintaining free smoke venting is important because, like carbon monoxide, it may build up in a blocked chimney and infiltrate your house. Smoke and ash may be damaging to upholstery, carpets, and fabrics, but if your chimney is clean, you won’t have to worry about that happening.

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Chimney Cleaning Service FAQ

Most frequent questions and answers

A chimney sweep will normally take about an hour, and during that time, the specialist will use a long brush to clean the inside of the chimney of creosote, leaves, and any other material that has accumulated there.

If you burn wood or bituminous house coal, have your chimney cleaned at least twice a year; if you use smokeless fuels, have it cleaned once a year. Before the heating season begins or after the stove has been idle for a while, chimneys are best cleaned.

During a typical chimney cleaning, small dust particles are released into the air, and the vacuums used by sweep teams are purpose-built to capture these particles. As long as they are on, the only thing you’ll smell is a faint sooty odor, but no dust or soot will be brought into the room.

The chimney may be cleaned from the fireplace entrance, the roof, or both.

Early creosote growth on flue tiles is black and flaky. Addressing creosote in stage one is crucial, even if it is seldom hazardous. Stage two creosote is harder to clear and may compromise chimney performance. Stage three creosote is very flammable and dangerous.