Professional Chimney Rebuilds

Spring has finally arrived, and many homeowners across the U.S. are experiencing the aftermath of a harsh winter – damaged masonry chimney. Unfortunately, in Seattle, much of the chimney damage of our customers is caused by water. Water damage can quickly lead...

Stainless Steel Liners are Superior

When it comes to your chimney, the liner is one of the most important part of the system. The chimney liner protects your home surround from the extreme heat transfer of your fireplace. In order to do this job properly, the liner must be made of the appropriate...

What is the Big Deal with ChimneySaver?

Your chimney is meant to last a lifetime, and in order to work efficiently and safely for that time, it must be maintained properly. Maintaining your chimney is an ongoing task that must be scheduled year after year. The Chimney Safety Institute of America (CSIA) and...
Picking Out the Best Firewood for Your Fireplace

Picking Out the Best Firewood for Your Fireplace

January and February are the coldest months in the continental U.S. and it’s during these months that you might burn more firewood than you have so far this winter. In order to prevent waste and for your firewood to burn warm enough to keep your home warm, use only...

Water and Masonry Chimneys

Masonry chimneys are some of the oldest types of chimneys. If you own a historical American home, you likely have one in your home. Your masonry is built for strength and integrity, and it’s made to last many lifetimes. One thing that can shorten the expected lifespan...