It’s spring, and although you may have stopped lighting a fire, your chimney is still serving a purpose. Your chimney works to keep water out year-round. During this time of year, storms and heavy rainfall can affect the chimney if it’s allowed inside. We’re here to...
Spring may be a little late making its appearance this year, but it’s finally here. Before you know it, it will be summer, and you won’t even think about lighting a fire. You’ll most likely shut down your fireplace for the summer and crank up your...
I recently purchased the house I grew up in located in South Burlington. My parents had sold it four years earlier. The owners I bought it from had removed the woodstove. As I result, I needed to find someone to do the following:
Inspect the woodstove to determine if it was still in good condition for burning
Brickliners then worked with me on scheduling for a time that was convenient and would not negatively impact other renovation work I was doing. When they came back to do the work, the team was again, prompt and polite and respectful. They did quality work (my father was quite impressed when he saw the final installation and the repair work at the chimney cap) and despite the fact that my house is right now a construction zone and has debris everywhere and I told Andy there was no need to vacuum up the bits of debris left from their work, he insisted on doing so.
I guess the short answer is:
I am very satisfied with their work. I found the team knowledgeable and thorough and attentive to their work quality. They arrived when they said they would, and despite the construction zone atmosphere, they still cleaned up after themselves. I am not related to anyone employed by Brickliners, nor had I ever met any of these individuals before they worked on my home.
I can recommend them without reservation."
~ Danielle Fisette, South Burlington, VT