Our Professional Gas Services

Every fireplace and fire appliance will need routine maintenance in order to stay safe and efficient season after season. Many homeowners may think that only wood-burning fires warrant maintenance, but all fires will need it at least annually. Gas appliances are the...

The Many Benefits of Re-Pointing

No matter where you reside in the U.S, your chimney might have taken on damage during the long winter. It might have taken on so much damage this winter, or over time, that your masonry needs attention. If your chimney shows signs of masonry damage, it’s important to...

Signs of a Leaky Chimney

Of all the times of year that you might notice a chimney leak, spring is the most common. The chimney might leak during other times of the year, but the high amounts of water that fall during the spring months make leaks easily detectable to homeowners. Ordinarily,...

What to Do With Fireplace Ash This Spring

This spring, many homeowners are closing out their fireplaces for the season, and part of this includes cleaning it! If you’re like many homeowners, you probably use your fireplace regularly. It also likely produced bucket loads of fireplace ashes throughout the...

What Type of Firewood Burns Best?

Whether you’re burning a fire in fall, winter, or spring, it’s important that it burns efficiently and safely. The type of firewood you’re burning in your system may determine how well it heats, how much soot and creosote are produced with fire, and how often your...