Important questions Answered
What Does A Chimney Sweep Do?
The primary job of a chimney service professional is to aid in the prevention of fires related to fireplaces, wood stoves, gas, and pellet heating systems and the chimneys that serve them. Chimney sweeps install, clean and maintain these systems, evaluate their performance, prescribe changes to improve their performance, and educate the consumer about their safe and efficient operation.
Who Do You Choose?
The chimney service trade is not regulated, nor are chimney sweeps licensed in most states. Further, opening a chimney service business requires a relatively small capital investment. Thus, virtually anyone - without education, training, experience or even a working knowledge of proper tools or equipment can become a chimney sweep. As a result, many ill-equipped, ill-prepared individuals are free to offer their "services" to homeowners.
Why Choose Us?
We are certified as Chimney Sweep Technicans and Dryer Exhaust Technicians by the Chimney Safety Institute of American. For more than thirty years, the Chimney Safety Institute of America (CSIA) has worked to prevent chimney fires, dryer fires, and other home heating disasters by advancing public awareness and providing expert-led education and training to industry professionals.