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How often should I have my chimney cleaned?

No matter what kind of heating system you have it is recommended to have the flue inspected every year.

Cleanings should go as follows.

Gas - Approximately every two years.

Oil - Every year.

Woodburning stove - Every year.

Masonry fireplaces -1/8" of sooty buildup, and sooner if there is any glaze present in the system.


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Do I need my gas flue cleaned?

Absolutely, Gas is recommended to be inspected every year and cleaned every two years. It does burn cleaner however it produces a white acidic  film that deteriorates the inner flue over time. It can cause inner flue blockages or even worse a collapse.

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Should I have a cap on my chimney?

Absolutely, You should have a cap to prevent are furry friends from building nests inside your warm flue. Animals can do a lot of damage to the interior flue so if you don't have a cap than call us. We use top quality stainless steel caps. They are built to last.


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How do I know if I need a new roof?

Look for leaks in your attic after it rains. Water damage or stains on your walls and ceiling
curling, cracked or missing shingles.


Call us for free Estimate at 800.525.7349 or fill out our estimate form here.

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Why do I need to replace my old windows?

New replacement windows fit properly because they are custom made to fit the existing opening. New windows give your home added beauty, security, and energy efficiency. You will see a significant savings in your energy bill after replacing your existing windows with new, energy efficient replacement windows.


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Can new windows save you money and energy?

Of course they can. They help to replace the old drafty windows that cause your money and energy to fly right out of your house. They help to keep that heating bill down.

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What is vinyl siding?

Vinyl siding was made to replace the old aluminum siding. It was created in the 1950's. It was made to hold in more energy and let out less heat than other traditional types of siding. It is not only more cost effective, but also energy efficient and has less upkeep.

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