Posts tagged ‘chimney damage’

How to keep your Chimney in good shape…

There are many ways to keep your chimney looking and acting it’s very best. Some of the very basic services you could take advantage of are chimney inspections to make sure everything is sound structurally and there are no blockages that could lead to devastating fires, masonry repairs if you do notice some damage, flashing repairs, chimney relining, chimney caps and dampers, dryer vent cleaning, animal removal, firebox repair and more…


Continue Reading January 20, 2010 at 9:26 pm Leave a comment

Fire Safety and Prevention

Home fires are both dangerous and expensive!  Don’t let your fireplace turn your home into a fire hazard.  Keeping your family safe is easy and affordable.  You can help prevent fires by having your chimney  inspected and/or cleaned on a regular basis.
How often should you have your fireplace cleaned?  For occasional yearly use, have it inspected and cleaned every three-to-five years. For frequent use, have it inspected and cleaned every one-to-two years.
How to prevent chimney fires

Chimney Cleaning can prevent fires

January 19, 2010 at 4:58 pm Leave a comment

Family Chimney Sweep Pricing

At Family Chimney Sweep, we believe our prices to be competitive and reasonable by today’s standards.  Some of the services we offer include (but are not limited to):

Chimney Inspection: $85

Cleaning of Standard Chimney Flue: $169

Cleaning of Second Chimney Flue: $99

Cleaning of Third Chimney Flue: $89

Cleaning of wood stove flues: $189

Cap Installation: $150–$550 depending on size of chimney top

Dryer Vent Cleaning: $125–$200 depending on length of run

Items above do not reflect all the services we offer. Please call if you do not see something listed.

Mention the code WEB and receive 10% off your cleaning!

January 13, 2010 at 6:30 pm Leave a comment

Boston Area Chimney Sweep

We also pride ourselves in being honest with our customers. We have the technical expertise and know-how to solve all your chimney needs — from chimney cleanings to masonry repairs, pointing, and relining.

Continue Reading January 13, 2010 at 6:28 pm Leave a comment

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