When it comes to your wood stove, fireplace, furnace and chimney, it’s important to ensure all parts are well-maintained and functioning great, so you can enjoy with peace of mind your home heating appliance during the winter months. There are some issues you simply shouldn’t ignore, so if you’re worried about the state of your system, give us a call so we can help you out. Clean Sweep of Anne Arundel County has got your back!
Cracked and damaged brickwork and mortar is, unfortunately, all too common for homeowners with a masonry system, especially when regular check-ups and upkeep have not been maintained. Most of the time, these breakdowns are caused by water damage, which weakens your entire structure quite significantly and leads to safety and performance issues.
Deteriorating brickwork contributes significantly to inefficiency, water damage and safety of your system. We think that all of our customers deserve to feel protected, so that they can enjoy their home heating appliance without having to stress about a thing. Call today to learn more about all of the repair services we can offer you.
Rusted Chimney Parts
Anything from a rusted chimney cap to a misaligned damper to a crumbling chimney crown can trigger even bigger issues that will cause you a lot of distress down the line. Each and every piece of your chimney’s anatomy plays an integral role in ensuring everything runs well, and some issues could cause problems that affect the performance and safety of your system.
Whichever parts are faltering, we can provide you with the best solution for repairing your current setup.
A Faulty Chimney Liner
Chimney liners play a huge role in protecting both your home and your chimney. They prevent excessive heat and dangerous flue gases from working its way to adjacent flammable housing materials or into your home, and they protect your masonry. Along with this, a proper liner will guarantee better airflow and more efficient functioning overall. Without a liner in place, your home and loved ones are at serious risk, and your home heating appliance should not be used until it is properly repaired.
Unfortunately, wear and tear, chimney fires, creosote accumulation, neglect, and more can all contribute to a chimney liner’s downfall, and it’s important that any and all of these issues be addressed right away to protect your home and chimney. Let our team help! We offer the best solutions to get your chimney back in shape and ready to use.
Count On Us For Any Issue!
When it comes right down to it, keeping your chimney maintained can keep your chimney performing safely and efficiently as possible. If you’re concerned with potential damage with your chimney, please don’t hesitate to give us a call. With fall just around the corner, now is the time to schedule an appointment with our CSIA (Chimney Safety Institute of America) certified technicians so get on the phone right away. We’re ready to serve you!