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Why We Recommend Chimney Waterproofing

Your chimney is designed to last the life of your home. Also, to withstand time and weather. This is why you often see a chimney standing tall despite a natural disaster destroying a home completely. The truth is, even a well-constructed chimney can have a short life if it isn’t properly maintained. Part of caring for your chimney includes routine maintenance.

Professional Care

Why We Recommend Chimney Waterproofing img - Raleigh NC - Mr Smokestack Chimney ServiceYour chimney should be inspected and cleaned regularly. The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) recommends annual chimney inspections to be completed by a CSIA certified professional. The chimney sweep and inspection may be the only time a professional has access to your chimney system. They will assess it for weaknesses and clean away debris, soot, and creosote. You should receive a detailed report following an inspection and sweep for your own records, insurance provider, realtor, or municipal authorities. These important routine appointments are one step toward a long life for your chimney, but there is more you can and should do.

An Ounce of Prevention

The old adage, “an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure” rings true as much for chimney health as it does for automobiles, homes, and physical bodies. Preventing an occurrence is far more effective than attempting to quell the damage once a problem has occurred. A large part of this prevention is in the routine maintenance mentioned above, but at Mr. Smokestack Chimney Service we consider waterproofing services just as important! Having your chimney waterproofed can save you in catastrophic costs in repairs, injuries, and possible property damages.

Water and Your Masonry Chimney

It’s strange to think that water can lead to a fire. However, in your chimney system, that’s exactly what it does. When water penetrates the chimney system it leads to structural damage, rust and malfunction of important parts, deterioration of chimney liners and masonry, blockage, and more. When water damage occurs, the chimney works less efficiently, airflow is compromised, and the heat and flames that should rise up the chimney don’t. Instead the creosote inside the chimney can ignite, or building materials around the chimney can ignite when heat is transferred through a damaged liner. Fire risk is not the only threat. Water damage can lead to carbon monoxide poisoning that may not be detected until irreparable damage occurs.

What is Chimney Waterproofing?

Chimney waterproofing services are best done in early spring, before the rainy season comes. However, anytime is better than none to have your chimney waterproofed. Mr. Smokestack Chimney Service uses a breathable agent that is made available to industry professionals. This special sealant allows vapors out the masonry, while keeping water molecules from coming in. Waterproofing  your chimney is the first defense against water-intrusion that will preserve the life of your chimney and keep it functioning properly.

Your chimney sweep will check other important components such as the flashing, chimney cap, and crown at your routine service appointments. It’s our first priority to keep our customers safe and comfortable, and that starts with keeping the chimney functional, and keeping water out. Find out how one of our certified chimney sweeps can help you help your chimney work better. Call us today or schedule an appointment online.

By Robbie Markey on June 21st, 2017 | Tagged with: Tags: , , | Leave a Comment

What is Chimney Relining?

Your chimney has an important job to do and many parts make that job possible. The chimney should properly vent heat, particles, and harmful gases out of the home, and it needs a chimney liner to do it. Masonry is porous, allowing heat and vapors to transfer through it, which is why a chimney liner must be installed inside a standard masonry chimney.

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The chimney liner protects your family and your property while a fire is burning in the fireplace or appliance. Its smooth surface helps the airflow allowing for less buildup of creosote and soot. The liner also keeps gases, smoke, and particulate pollution inside the liner. If a liner is missing or becomes damaged, the toxic gases such as carbon monoxide can penetrate the masonry and poison your family. This can happen quickly or over time, but both instances are deadly. The liner is the only protective barrier your chimney has from corrosive soot, creosote, and direct heat. It also keeps heat from transferring through the masonry and weakening building supports and structures around it.

A Damaged Liner

Your damaged liner will be diagnosed at your annual chimney inspection. If you forget to schedule these important appointments, a damaged liner can go unnoticed for years, causing damage to the system that remains unseen until it results in a fire or extreme costs. When you schedule a chimney sweep and inspection with a chimney professional, you know that it is in good working condition, otherwise, you will receive a detailed report of damages and recommended action.

At Mr. Smokestack Chimney Service, we frequently see outdated chimney liners that need to be replaced or repaired. Our chimney experts recommend a relining for the following reasons:

  • Cracked or broken flue tiles
  • Deterioration of the clay mortar in the liner
  • Gaps in flue tiles
  • Cracked or broken clay liner
  • Flaking of the clay liner walls

You should also have your chimney relined if you decide to change fuel type, and your current liner is inappropriate for use. For instance, clay liners cannot be used to properly vent gas appliances. Stainless steel and cast-in-place liners are appropriate for all fuel types and have their own benefits.

When you hire a professional, you can benefit from their experience and professionalism. A chimney sweep from Mr. Smokestack Chimney Service can clean and assess your current liner, and discuss options with you that fit your desired appliance, fuel-type, and expense. If you’re concerned about your liner, haven’t had it inspected in the last calendar year, or want to change fuel type, call Mr. Smokestack Chimney Service today.

By Robbie Markey on June 12th, 2017 | Tagged with: Tags: , , , | Leave a Comment

Extend the Life of Your Dryer With Annual Cleaning

Your clothes dryer is designed to do a specific job in a certain amount of time. It should dry a moderately sized load of clothes in one cycle. If it doesn’t, many homeowners just start another cycle, and another after that. This is unsafe because there is a problem with your dryer that isn’t being addressed. It’s clogged.

Extend the Life of Your Dryer With Annual Cleaning Image - Raleigh NC - Mr. Smokestack Chimney ServiceSigns of a Clog:

  • It takes more than one cycle to dry a load of clothes.
  • The dryer and the room where it’s installed gets hot while it’s running.
  • The dryer and the room where it’s installed gets excessively humid.
  • The exterior vent flap is stuck in place.

Many homeowners assume these things are normal for a clothes dryer—that’s it’s just getting old or worn out. The dryer should never perform this poorly if it’s less than three years old. Even when it’s over three years old it should be serviced regularly and repaired as needed so it continues to work properly and doesn’t pose a threat to your family.

The Danger of a Clogged Dryer Vent

Your clothes dryer is a heat source that needs ventilation. The vent hose is how the lint, vapor, and heat escapes the dryer without affecting the home or causing a house fire. Even if you clean the lint trap regularly, there are still stray amounts of lint that builds up in that vent, creating a fire hazard and decreasing efficiency, wasting your money and shortening the life of your appliance with each extra cycle. Besides the obvious waste of money and resources, your dryer vent can cost thousands in fire damage and insurance claims.

According to the U.S. Fire Administration about 2,900 clothes dryer fires are reported each year and cause an estimated 5 deaths, 100 injuries, and $35 million in property loss. The leading cause of clothes dryer fires is a failure to clean them. This loss is 100 percent preventable through routine maintenance and cleaning of your appliance, and replacing faulty appliances and parts.

Call a Professional

If you have noticed a problem with your clothes dryer you should call a professional right away. Only an experienced technician can clean your dryer vent and leave you with a system that will keep working for you. Spending some money now can save you substantially in the future, if not for damages, then for a new appliance. When it takes two or three cycles to dry one load of clothes, it shortens your dryer’s life by two or three times. According to consumer experts a new clothes dryer should last 10 years. If it’s shorted by two or three times it may only last three to five years. A new dryer is a big purchase to make every three years! It’s best to have it properly maintained so it lasts.

Mr. Smokestack Chimney Service has experienced and trained technicians who can clean your dryer vents and keep your dryer working for you. Call us today or request an appointment online.

By Robbie Markey on April 26th, 2017 | Tagged with: Tags: , , | Leave a Comment

Dangers of Leaking Chimney Flashing

Flashing is a vital component of the chimney system with a very specific job. Many other parts of the chimney system have dual purposes and multiple jobs. However, the flashing’s sole purpose is to protect the joints where the chimney meets the roof. If installed incorrectly, it allows water into the roof, the masonry, and the interior structure of the house.

Dangers of Leaking Chimney Flashing Image - Raleigh NC - Mr. Smokestack Chimney ServiceIs Professional Installation Necessary?

Flashing is nothing but multiple sheets of thin metal placed in a specific pattern to protect the junction of roof and chimney. Many factors go into the flashing installation. This includes the type of roof (tin, shingles, metal, etc.), the slant of the roof, and the size and kind of chimney. This tedious process of flashing installation is essential for home safety and the life of your roof and chimney. A common reason that flashing leaks is improper installation, incorrect materials, or animal tampering. Only a certified chimney sweep should be trusted for this important work. He will know how to repair old flashing or install new flashing that will last.

What to Do if Your Chimney Leaks?

If you notice a chimney leak, you should schedule an inspection as soon as possible. Even if you experience a leak in another part of the house, you should have your chimney assessed. This is because water can travel through the interior structure until it reaches the lowest point, then will form a leak. One of the first things your chimney sweep will check is the flashing, as it’s a common source of leaks. An unaddressed leak can lead to structural damage, mold, and health-related risks.

Calling a chimney sweep is the best way to get to the bottom of a flashing leak. Calling a roofer or general contractor will cost time and money, but may not solve the problem. In fact, a roofer doesn’t even have the training and experience to install chimney flashing, though they might advertise that they do.

What’s the Big Deal?

If flashing is damaged, installed incorrectly, or missing, it allows water into the home to damage the structure and the chimney. Chimney leaks can stain, deteriorate, and damage beams, ceilings, floors, and wall coverings. Additionally, masonry chimneys are only waterproofed with special industry sealant above the roof. This means if water is allowed to trickle down the chimney it can cause damage to the masonry itself as well as unsightly stains. Water can wreak havoc on your masonry chimney and the chimney flashing is one of the best ways to prevent a chimney leak.

To find out how Mr. Smokestack Chimney Service can help you prevent a chimney leak this spring and keep your chimney system ready for burn season, call us today! You can also request an appointment online at your convenience.

By Robbie Markey on April 12th, 2017 | Tagged with: Tags: , , | Leave a Comment

Time to Start Thinking About Chimney Repairs

As cool weather turns to wet, spring weather it’s time to think about chimney maintenance and repairs. Winter damage from snow and rain, and other factors can leave your chimney in need of maintenance when spring comes. This is a great time to have your chimney repairs completed. The weather can be welcoming and burn season is over. It’s the perfect time to close out the chimney system for the off-season.

Diagnosing Chimney Issues

The surest way to insure your chimney damage is caught early is to have a professional take a look. Not a professional ‘handyman’, but a professional chimney sweep. Only a CSIA Certified Chimney Sweep® (CCS) knows the essentials of fire science and chimney function. Choosing a chimney sweep who has been operating in the area for several years means he’s aware of local safety regulations and municipal codes as well as the climate and common winter damage in the area. There are a few steps you should take when you finished with your fireplace and chimney for winter.Time to Start Thinking About Chimney Repairs Image - Raleigh NC - Mr. Smokestack Chimney Service (1)

Three Steps

  1. Schedule Your Chimney Sweep and Inspection. Both the Chimney Safety Institute of America (CSIA) and the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) recommend regular chimney sweeps and annual chimney inspections for the safest and most efficient use of the home fireplace and chimney. During the chimney sweep and inspection a chimney professional is able to assess the clean surfaces of the chimney flue, masonry, and liner. When you schedule these regular maintenance appointments damage is usually caught early and can be repaired with minimal cost and without further, more serious damage occurring.
  2. Pay Attention to Your Chimney System. Pay attention to any indication that the system is working with decreased efficiency. Signs of a problem include: smoke backfilling into a room, difficulty starting the fire or keeping it lit, water or moisture in the firebox, foul odors, wet/musty/smoky smells, dripping noises inside the chimney, and bricks flaking or coming apart. It’s important to the note of these types of occurrences and schedule a diagnostic appointment right away.
  3. Schedule Repairs ASAP. If your technician finds damage to your chimney now, you should schedule repairs as soon as possible. You may be tempted to wait until the end of summer or the fall, but this can be a bad decision for a couple of reasons. Waiting until the “fall rush” can mean your chimney sweep is busy and can’t fit in your repairs before cold weather hits. Also, if you leave you damaged chimney susceptible to spring rains the damage can worsen in only a short time.

Give Us A Call

Whether you’ve found indication of a problem with your chimney system or you just want to check it out and close it out for summer, you shouldn’t wait to call in a professional. The chimney and fireplace experts at Mr. Smokestack Chimney Service specialize in chimney and masonry repairs. Schedule your appointment today.

By Robbie Markey on March 29th, 2017 | Tagged with: Tags: , , , | Leave a Comment

How to Prevent Chimney Odors

 Eliminate Chimney Odors Photo - Raleigh NC - Mr. SmokestackPart of the charm of a fireplace is definitely the woody, fire smell, the crackling flame, and the warmth. If your fireplace and chimney system work properly the only thing you should get out of your fire is a relaxing evening. Sometimes, especially as weather changes from cold to warm, you might notice some less-than-wonderful odors coming from your chimney. Unwelcome odors are the last thing you want to worry about while spring cleaning and anticipating summer. Luckily there are several steps you can take to avoid such a headache.

Keep the Chimney Clean

If the chimney is clean of soot and creosote there is less material in the chimney system to smell. Scheduling regular chimney sweeps with a certified chimney sweep is the best way to keep the chimney system clean and working properly. When any kind of moisture mingles with soot it can create a foul odor that creeps out of a fireplace or stove. This can occur when your chimney has a leak, but also during summer when humidity seeps into the chimney. The only way to keep humidity from causing a stinky chimney is to make sure it’s clean.

Burn Only Proper Wood

If you burn only properly seasoned wood in your fireplace you are less likely to have nasty odors. Firstly, the wood will burn more cleanly, creating less soot and creosote. Secondly, when you burn other items like clothes or trash in the fireplace or stove, they leave behind waste. When you burn wood, you get ashes, but some other materials melt or smolder instead of turning to ash. This material can be difficult to remove and can be odorous.

Maintain the Fireplace or Stove

Not all maintenance has to be done by a professional. In fact, homeowners should know basic maintenance such as ash removal. Removing the ashes from the fireplace or stove periodically helps to lower the acidity that might contribute to the odors. This is especially something you’d want to do before closing out the system for the off-season.

Correct The Draft

Other than moisture, negative air pressure is the most common reason for a stinky chimney. In order to correct this and help the draft go up the chimney instead of coming into the house, you can add a simple window fan in another part of the house. If it’s the off-season, you can close the damper to stop a down draft. You can also have a top-sealing damper installed which has a tight seal and not only prevents a stinky chimney, but also saves you money during air conditioning season!

At Mr. Smokestack Chimney Service we want all of our customers to be safe and comfortable. Together we can prevent foul odors too. Give us a call or request an appointment online.

By Robbie Markey on March 15th, 2017 | Tagged with: Tags: , , , | Leave a Comment

Why is a Chimney Cap Important?

The chimney cap is one of the most essential, yet often overlooked part of a chimney system. It does multiple jobs to protect your chimney, yet many still question it’s purpose. The professionals know that every chimney should have a cap. Regardless the type of fuel it uses, how tall it is, and no matter what the climate or geographic location.

Why is a Chimney Cap Important Image - Raleigh NC - Mr. Smokestack Chimney ServiceChimney Caps Keep Weather Out

The chimney cap covers the flue opening. Without it, rain, snow, and sleet falls into the chimney without deterrent. Snow that collects on the top of the chimney will melt and drip into the chimney. No matter the weather or circumstance, the chimney cap is the first guard against weather entering the chimney.

When water is allowed to enter the chimney, it can destroy the masonry from the inside out. Masonry is constructed of many materials. These materials are adversely affected by moisture. Therefore causing rust, weakness, crumbling, stains, and deterioration. The best protection for your chimney masonry is to prevent water penetration in the first place!

Chimney Caps Keep Wildlife Out

The chimney flue is a warm, dry space. This space attracts animals through the cold winter months. Also, as a nesting period in spring. For example, the Chimney Swift, also called the American Swift is a bird often found nesting in North American chimneys in the spring months. Animals can damage the interior of the chimney. They leave debris that can become a fire hazard, and obstruct the flue completely, restricting air flow. Animals in the chimney not only cause trouble, but decrease the chimney’s efficiency. In addition, they can be a hassle to remove – especially if they suffocate and die in your chimney.

Chimney Caps Keep Sparks In

At times, a roaring fire can throw sparks up the chimney that can fly out of the flue’s opening. If the roof has collected dried leaves, twigs, and other debris, the sparks can ignite these flammable materials and cause a disastrous fire.

Chimney Caps Should be Professionally Installed

Chimney caps, like all other installations that affect your chimney system, should be installed by a certified professional. A certified chimney sweep is able to fit a chimney cap to your chimney perfectly. They pay attention to the details that a less experienced provider may overlook, leading to leaks and damage.

Mr. Smokestack Chimney Service recommends chimney caps for all of our customers. This is because we strive for the highest level of safety and efficiency. Common causes of chimney leaks are a missing, damaged, or an improperly installed chimney cap. However, this type of leak can be prevented when you call a professional today. In addition, Mr. Smokestack Chimney Service even has convenient online scheduling.

By Robbie Markey on February 23rd, 2017 | Tagged with: Tags: , , , | Leave a Comment

What Goes Into a Routine Chimney Sweep

A chimney sweep is more than looking up the chimney with a mirror, and it’s less than a full-blown, top-to-bottom inspection. The Chimney Safety Institute of America (CSIA) and the National Fire Protection Association recommend both sweeps and inspections for optimum safety and efficiency of your chimney system.

Why Your Chimney Needs It

What Goes Into a Routine Chimney Sweep Image - Raleigh NC - Mr. Smokestack Chimney ServicesEvery time you burn a fire it produces soot and creosote that can buildup in your chimney over time. Creosote is primarily tar and can become a hazard quickly through a process of melting and cooling. Every time the creosote melts and hardens again, it becomes a more condensed fuel that is a serious fire hazard.

A dirty chimney can cause other problems as well, such as clogged parts like the damper. If there is too much buildup of debris in the chimney’s throat, a damper may not close completely, causing loss of heat and lowered efficiency. Anytime the chimney’s efficiency goes down the risk of fire goes up. It’s always better to be safe than sorry when it comes to chimney maintenance.

Preparing for Your Sweep

To prepare for your chimney sweep you should discontinue use of the fireplace prior to your appointment. Then you should remove valuables from the mantel to insure that nothing is damaged in the cleaning process. Clear a space in front of the fireplace opening of 5 or 6 feet so that your chimney sweep has space for his tools and equipment.

What to Expect

  • Secured Work Area
    Your Certified Chimney Sweep will secure the work area with plastic tarps in order to contain the mess. When the work is underway, there will be a lot of dust and soot that shouldn’t affect the house because of the plastic barrier. The floors will be protected by drop clothes and as he works, your sweep will use an industrial vacuum cleaner to collect the debris.
  • Tools and Time
    The chimney sweep will use brushes to remove the creosote and soot from the chimney. Since glazed creosote is more difficult to remove, he may need to use a chemical solvent before brushing. Your sweep will bring all of the tools and equipment required to complete the job, and should be done fairly quickly.
  • Expert Advice
    Your chimney sweep offers expert advice and some don’t mind homeowners watching them work. In fact, Mr. Smokestack Chimney Service sweeps encourage customers to watch and ask questions because we believe the best way to prevent house fires is to educate our customers, one home at a time.
  • Pricing
    At Mr. Smokestack Chimney Service we offer both emergency and non-emergency services. We understand that issues can come up abruptly, and that costs can seem daunting. At Mr. Smokestack Chimney Service we have partnered with a home improvement financing company to better serve our customers.

Contact Us

Don’t let the cost or the scheduling deter you from keeping up with routine maintenance like a chimney sweep. A Mr. Smokestack Chimney Service professional is a fireplace and chimney expert who will leave your chimney clean from top to bottom. Their main goal is your safety and comfort.

You can schedule an appointment with Mr. Smokestack Chimney Service by phone or online today.

By Robbie Markey on February 9th, 2017 | Tagged with: Tags: , , | Leave a Comment

Fireplace Safety Tips This Winter

Because of cooler temperatures, more homes in Raleigh and surrounding areas are depending on the fireplace for secondary heat. In order to keep your home safe, it’s important to have regular reminders of fireplace safety throughout the burning season.

Fireplace Safety Tips This Winter Image - Raleigh NC - Mr. SmokestackKeeping the Home and Family Safe

  1. Make fireplace rules and make sure everyone knows them.
    This means guests will not start or manage your fire without receiving instructions from the homeowner. Teaching children by example is a good idea, but teaching a child to light and manage the fire at a young age can be disastrous.
  2. Use the chimney system to control the flame.
    There are features on every fireplace, stove, and insert that allow for easy control of an unruly flame. Utilize doors, dampers, and vents to restrict air to a large flame. This will allow the flame to die down and heat to decrease.
  3. Invest in tools to keep you safe.
    There are tools specially designed by industry professionals that feature long handles so the homeowners can avoid burns while stirring coals or adjusting the fire. You can often find a set of fireplace tools that includes a hook, shovel, and broom (for ash). It is also a good idea to invest in leather gloves to protect you when tending the fire.
  4. Never leave your fire unattended.
    Before you leave the home or go to bed for the night, your fire should be completely out. You can use the damper to help the fire die down. If your fireplace has custom glass doors you can close them and rest assured that your fire is contained, just as it would be in a stove.
  5. Keep all decorations and items away from the hearth.
    Traditionally people like to put Christmas decorations on the mantel. As you’re packing away your decorations, make sure all of your usual decor is secure up there. Nothing should hang from the mantel while a fire is burning, and nothing should be near the fireplace opening that can possibly fall into or near the flame.
  6. Burn proper wood only.
    It can be tempting on a cold winter evening to burn anything you see lying around, but it’s important to only burn properly seasoned firewood collected for this purpose. This is wood that you should cut yourself or purchase that has been cut, split, and stored for six months to dry. You should also avoid burning trash or clothes in your fireplace. These items can cause sparks to fly out of the fireplace into the room, or sparks can rise up the chimney, risking a flue fire.
  7. Maintain the chimney system properly.
    The best way to keep your family safe from unseen dangers is to schedule your yearly chimney inspection. This valuable assessment will let you know of a problem at the early stages so that it costs less to repair, and doesn’t become a serious fire hazard. Scheduling regular chimney sweeps prevents creosote buildup and decreases fire risk as well.

 

Contact Us!

Fires can be safe. While enjoying your fireplace this winter, don’t let a bad habit put your family at risk. For questions or concerns you can contact a Mr. Smokestack Chimney Service fireplace expert today.

By Robbie Markey on January 25th, 2017 | Tagged with: Tags: , , , | Leave a Comment

Why Is My Fireplace Smoking?

A fire naturally produces smoke. However, there is no good reason that it should be smoking anyplace other than your chimney. The chimney is designed to vent all of the harmful byproducts of the fire up and out of the house. This protects your family from health hazards and unpleasantness of a smoky house. The chimney can only work correctly when a draft is present and strong enough to push the hot air up the chimney. This is only possible when the chimney is in tip-top shape.

Why Is My Fireplace Smoking Image - Raleigh NC - Mr. Smokestack ChimneyFive Reasons Your Fireplace is Smoky

  1. Your chimney’s draft and flow is compromised by another household draft.
    Other household appliances can compete with your chimney’s draft, pulling air from the fireplace instead of letting it rise as it’s supposed to.
  2. Your newly built or remodeled house is too tight and doesn’t allow air flow.
    When air escapes from the chimney, it needs to be replaced in the house. You can crack a window to let the pressure in the house to balance. This allows the draft needed for the smoke to escape up the chimney.
  3. Your chimney flue is obstructed by creosote buildup or other debris and prevents air flow.
    This can cause the air to stall in the chimney. With nowhere to go, it falls back into the fireplace and into your house.
  4. You’re burning the wrong wood.
    If your wood is not properly seasoned it can burn incompletely and produce more smoke than otherwise.
  5. Your chimney is dirty or damaged.
    If your chimney is dirty or damaged it will not work properly and your fireplace will smoke. If a part such as the damper is damaged it can close your flue and prevent air from flowing.

Maintenance Is Important

While there are some remedies to a smoky chimney, not everything can be fixed by cracking a window, or changing the type of wood you burn. The best and most effective way to insure your chimney works properly is to schedule important routine maintenance. The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) recommends annual chimney inspections and chimney sweeps as needed. By remembering to schedule these services with your trusted chimney expert, you will know if there is a problem before the damage is done. The best way to recognize a problem is to pay attention to your chimney system.

If your chimney’s efficiency has declined you may have a problem. If your fireplace is consistently smoky, you may have a problem. This is a good time to call the professionals. Only a certified chimney sweep is able to resolve your smoky chimney and return you to your beautiful and relaxing fireplace.

To learn more about how your chimney works click here or contact a chimney expert at Mr. Smokestack Chimney Service today!

By Robbie Markey on January 11th, 2017 | Tagged with: Tags: , , | Leave a Comment