We can install and replace all Chimney Caps and Top Dampers
Lock Top Damper Seals
A Lock-Top Damper is made with a rubber gasket (not metal to metal like your current damper) and seals tight, so virtually no air, heat or air conditioning gets lost up your chimney.
Other benefits include:
– elimination of downdrafts
– seals out rain which can deteriorate the inside of your
– prevents entry by pests like squirrels, raccoon’s, and
Stainless Steel Chimney Liners
Also known as fireplace liners, flue liners, chimney flues, or flexible chimney liners. Chimney liners are the passageway in the fireplace or furnace flue through which gases (carbon monoxide) and smoke travel in order to escape your home safely.
Our nationally certified Chimney Sweep can inspect, repair, install, or replace your chimney liners.
Chimney Flashing & Waterproofing
Chimney flashing is the protective layer of metal that stops water from seeping through where the chimney meets the roof. Chimney flashing is extremely important in roof construction and must be installed correctly in order to avoid expensive roof and ceiling repairs as a result of water damage.
Fireplace Gas Logs
Gas Logs For Fireplace are becoming quite popular. Their convenience (some come with a remote control!) and cleanliness have convinced many woodbumers to retire the chainsaw and log splitter. Gas logs may be fueled by either natural or propane gas. There are two basic types of gas logs currently on the market, the “yellow flame” and the “blue flame”.
We install both Blue Flame and Yellow flame Gas Logs