Fireplace and Chimney Experts
The Chimney Team is a local, 2nd generation family-owned chimney care company serving since 2017.
Our team of professionals are well trained and go through ongoing education. When you hire The Chimney Team you can be rest assured that you are getting one of the industry’s best technicians.
With our professional chimney sweep cleaning service, your house will stay safe. Does your house smell like smoke, even when you don’t have a fire lit? Do you have a foul smell
coming from your fireplace? If you answered yes to either of these questions, it could mean that your chimney is lined with creosote, which is the soot byproduct from burning wood.
Contact us today to schedule your next chimney inspection and sweep/cleaning service!
HOW CAN WE HELP YOU TODAY?
CHIMNEY CLEANING & INSPECTION $89
Every time you burn a fire in your fireplace, combustible by-products are deposited in the chimney flue in the form of creosote and soot. Creosote is a black, tar-like residue that is extremely flammable and soot is the miniscule, powder-like substance which colors smoke and consists chiefly of carbon. Hot embers from your wood burning fire may come in contact with these flammable deposits and potentially start a dangerous chimney fire.
CHIMNEY INSPECTIONS $59
As an experienced chimney sweep contractor, our technicians provide an inspection with all chimney cleanings.
Keep your home and family safe by having your chimney inspected and cleaned every year.
CAP & INSTALLATION
Starting Price $189
Wondering whether you should install a chimney cap? Consider this- something as simple (and relatively inexpensive) as a chimney cap can actually save you thousands of dollars on unnecessary chimney repairs. A chimney cap is a metal topper that covers the opening of your flue, keeping debris, water, and animals out of your chimney. Chimney caps also come with spark guards that keep burning embers from escaping out of your chimney than landing on nearby flammable objects (like your roof).
Most chimney failure is a result of stress cracks in the concrete crown at the top of your chimney. When water gets in through the crown it seeps into the brick below. The water that has seeped into the brick freezes and expands causing broken brick, and damaged mortar joints. This failure process causes additional areas where water can enter, accelerating the process of deterioration in your chimney, requiring chimney re-build and repair services.