Smart Chimney has been providing homeowners, with high quality chimney services. We guarantee the work we do is done right as we never subcontract other companies.
Our company is fully insured, licensed, and bonded, and all of our technicians, and office staff, are fully background checked before they join the team. Everyone who works for us has to maintain a clean record to stay and be willing to give you the best service you’re entitled to, no matter the size or scope of the job
Our experts are dedicated to providing you the absolute best and strive to make you, your family, and your home safe from house fires and water damage caused by a malfunctioning chimney..
We offer a complete inspection from the top of the chimney,flashing, smoke chamber,and firebox to ensure your fireplace is in good working condition for the season.<
Regular chimney inspections can reduce the risk of chimney fires and carbon monoxide poisoning in the home. A thorough inspection allows homeowners to enjoy their fireplaces all year long.
Our chimney inspections include a video scan of all accessible parts of the chimney, this identifies any cracks in flue tiles (clay tiles), missing mortar between tiles, and moisture. The external part of the inspection focuses on the chimney crown, chimney cap, brick and mortar and flashing. We make sure the structure is in a good standing shape to be use..
We clean the entire chimney from the firebox itself to the top of the chimney, we vacuum and brush out the entire flue, smoke chamber and firebox. With Chimney Cleanings, it helps eliminate the buildup of creosote and other debris that accumulates with regular usage of the chimney.
How often your chimney need to be clean ?
1. Every 36 fires or once a year, whichever comes first
2. If you notice visible soot anywhere in your home
3.Before purchasing a new home.
Refractory mortar and firebricks used to construct this area are built to withstand high temperatures, over time, they deteriorate. If you notice broken bricks or cracked mortar, our experts can do a rebuild of the firebox, so it looks and performs like new.
Damage Or Crack Crowns
The chimney crown is the cement slab that tops off the bricks on your chimney. Age and weather exposure can cause a crown to crack. If the cracks are not sealed, water penetrates the crown causing damages to the crown and the bricks below.
Tuckpointing is needed when the mortar between the bricks is cracked or missing. Over time, this deterioration leads to larger, more costly restoration.
A chimney rebuild can consist of the entire chimney or just a portion of it, depending on the damage of the chimney..