Chimney Sweep

A chimney cleaning (sweep) is the process of removing creosote, soot, and other debris from the interior of a chimney to ensure safe and efficient operation. Creosote is a highly flammable substance that can accumulate on the walls of a chimney when wood or other fuels are burned. Regular chimney sweeping is essential for maintaining a safe and functional chimney system.

Our Chimney cleaning Includes:

Preparation: The area around the fireplace or heating appliance is prepared to minimize mess and ensure the efficient removal of debris. Protective coverings are placed on the floor, and furniture may be moved or covered to prevent soot and debris from spreading.

Assessment: Before the cleaning process begins, our experienced sweep team will assess the condition of the chimney and fireplace or heating appliance. This assessment may include checking for creosote buildup, examining the condition of the flue liner, and looking for any signs of damage or obstruction.

Cleaning Process: Using specialized brushes, commercial vacuum equipment, and rotary cleaning tools, our experienced sweep team works to dislodge and remove creosote, soot, and other debris from the interior surfaces of the chimney and wood burning appliance if applicable. The brushes are chosen based on the type of chimney and the buildup present.

Cleanup: After the sweeping is complete, our team will carefully clean the area around the fireplace, ensuring that no soot or debris is left behind. The protective coverings are removed, and the space is returned to its original condition. – every time.