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We all want to keep our family warm in the wintertime and, in order to do that, you need a safe fireplace that works properly. The problem is, as fireplaces are used, they deteriorate which can lead to smoke backing up in the room, water leaks, and even chimney fires—which are major stressors on top of everything else in your busy life.


But the truth is no one should feel unsafe in their own home.


Now, we know what it’s like to have a serious problem in your house and not be sure how to solve it. That’s why, for 25 years, we’ve been inspecting chimneys—in fact, we inspect over 5,000 each year—our staff of over 40 people includes 10 certified technicians, and we have over 750 Google Reviews from customers we’ve been able to serve. We can help you too.


Here’s how you do it:

1. Schedule an appointment with our team.

2. Our technicians will come out to sweep your chimney and perform an inspection.

3. We can complete any needed repairs so you can enjoy your fireplaces.

So start browsing the fireplaces on our website today—and, when you’re ready, get an online estimate for your project. Don’t risk the safety of your home—and everyone in it—by having work done without a professional managing the entire project. Rather, know that your installation was done right, enjoy living with a beautiful fireplace, keep your family warm in a power outage, and have a place to make memories for years to come.
“We were looking for someone who could “hold our hand” through the process of transforming our 45 yr old stone gas log fireplace to a direct vent insert. Initially, we were going to have them do all the work except for demolition but after several design changes, we chose to do most of the reno ourselves. They were just as helpful when they were doing a big job or just the insert install. They traveled 2 hrs from their base for this job. We are so happy with the final project. The insert is awesome and the best part is that EVERYONE was GREAT to work with!!!”
- Frances Lester (Google Review)

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