Chimney & Fireplace Maintenance Services
There are few things better than cozying up next to a warm, crackling fire on a cold winter night. While fireplaces add flair and a gorgeous ambiance to your home, there is also work to be done behind the scenes to make sure the appliance is safe for you and your family to use year after year. At Elite Fireplace, our goal is to provide our valued customers with professional quality chimney and fireplace maintenance to keep your unit running as it should. If you are in need of any of our services, trust that your fireplace is in good hands with our chimney specialists.
What You Need to Know about Chimney & Fireplace Maintenance
Our expert technicians are here to help you with the following chimney and fireplace maintenance services:
Elite Fireplace is recognized as a certifed chimney sweep from the Chimney Institute of America.
Restore & Repair
Our repair technicians are skilled masons that understand the physics of a chimney and fireplace.
Elite Fireplace will perform a complete chimney inspection for your safety and peace of mind.
Liners & Caps
Our certified chimney experts will properly fit and install the correct liner and cap for your chimney.
Water intrusion can lead to many issues such as premature failure of both the exterior and inside liner of the chimney.
Safety should be a top priority when it comes to your fireplace, especially if you have pets and small children living at home. Before each winter season, work with a professional chimney and fireplace service to ensure your heating appliance is operating to full code compliance. Even though an annual inspection is recommended, it can be challenging to know when it’s time to call the experts. Here are a few signs that your chimney and fireplace needs professional care:
- Strange Odors – If the smell of burned wood lingers long after your fire has been put out, a chimney sweep may be necessary. A thorough cleaning of your fireplace system will eliminate any harmful residue and potential hazards.
- Poor Ventilation – Smoke from your fireplace must have a way to escape your home safely. It should always travel through a chimney or exhaust vent but if you notice smoke escaping from your hearth, you should immediately call a professional to have your unit inspected. Your fireplace may require either a cleaning or more intensive repairs.
- Gas Burner Failure – For homeowners who have a gas fireplace in their home, one of the most obvious signs of an issue is when the burner does not ignite. This could be a result of dirt build-up or problems with your gas line. In these instances, it is extremely important to avoid trying to fix the fireplace on your own.
To schedule an appointment or if you have any questions concerning our products and services, call us at (610) 489-4274 or click here to be redirected to our contact page. Once you have submitted your request, a representative will be in touch with you soon.