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Fireplace Safety Reminders to Kick Off Sweater Season
Fireplace Safety Reminders to Kick Off Sweater Season
Chimney & Fireplaces
Published October 25th, 2021
The weather is cooling down and you’ve pulled out your coziest sweaters and socks. But is your home ready for winter? If you have a fireplace, now is the time to focus on safety.
Make Sure Your Fireplace and Chimney Are Prepared for Fall
Make Sure Your Fireplace and Chimney Are Prepared for Fall
Chimney & Fireplaces
Published September 30th, 2020
One of the upcoming joys of fall is the pleasure of sitting by a roaring fire, warming your toes in its flickering glow. But before you light your first fireplace, you must make sure your chimney and fireplace are prepared for fall.
Be Safe: Don't Light a Fire Without Cleaning Your Chimney First
Be Safe: Don't Light a Fire Without Cleaning Your Chimney First
Chimney & Fireplaces
Published October 12th, 2019
A dirty chimney is a serious fire hazard and the number one cause of house fires. So be safe and don't light a fire without cleaning your chimney first.
Dale Investigates: Leaking Gas and a Dangerous Fireplace
Dale Investigates: Leaking Gas and a Dangerous Fireplace
Chimney & Fireplaces
Published December 18th, 2018
Exposure to gas can cause severe and immediate health problems for people and pets. Even worse, if a house is filled with gas, even a small spark could set off a dangerous explosion. That’s why we were so surprised when one business seemed indifferent to the gas leaking into a customer’s house.
Never Start Start a Fire Without an Annual Chimney Cleaning!
Never Start Start a Fire Without an Annual Chimney Cleaning!
Chimney & Fireplaces
Published December 3rd, 2018
As the temperature drops and the holidays loom, what better time is there for a roaring fire? But before you light up a fresh pile of logs, you absolutely must have your chimney cleaned.
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