Take a minute to really look at your fireplace. Pay particular attention to the brick, stone and/or grout around the fireplace. Has it seen its better days? Do you see obvious smoke stains that you’d prefer to get rid of? Have you tried to clean it before, only to become disheartened when you realized that the cleaning didn’t appear to be doing any good? If you were able to answer “yes” to any (or all) of these questions, the CSIA-certified chimney technicians at Clean Sweep of Anne Arundel County are here to help and believe we have the solution for you!
Dirty and Stained Fireplaces and Hearths Can Be Real Eyesores
For the longest time, the only way to get stains off of your fireplace and hearth was via the use of harsh chemicals (which probably did more harm than good) and a lot of elbow grease (which only exacerbated the more harm than good dilemma). Many companies in the industry didn’t even offer cleaning services because they didn’t want to deal with the harmful chemicals that were involved. The use of said chemicals required the homeowner to vacate the premises while the job was being done and staying gone for enough time thereafter for the home to air out. During the cleaning, the crews would have to wear specialized equipment to protect them from the noxious fumes. As you can see, the job wasn’t for everyone. Fortunately, things have improved dramatically over the years!
ChimneySaver…The Name Says It All
ChimneySaver—a company that already produces a large line of quality chimney-related products (among other things) that are used by many service companies across the industry—has come out with a way to clean the brick, stone, tile and grout on and around your fireplace without the need for any harsh chemicals. The results are night and day! Imagine, a clean fireplace that looks better than it did when you bought the house without the nasty odors and huge messes that were common with the old methods.
ChimneySaver Paint N Peel Fireplace Cleaner is a water-based cleaning product that removes unsightly smoke, soot, creosote and dirt stains from your fireplace’s face and hearth. This paint can be used to clean most all masonry surfaces—inside and out—and there’s no wait time to use your fireplace again afterwards. The application process is a simple, straightforward two-stage process:
- The area is prepped and the product is painted on.
- Once the paint has fully dried, it’s peeled off and any remaining debris is cleaned up.
Once the process has been completed, you can begin building a fire in your fireplace immediately. Now, how’s that for fast and efficient!
What Are You Waiting For?
If you’ve been looking for a way to get those unsightly stains and blemishes off of your fireplace and hearth but have been hesitant because of the horror stories of the older methods, you don’t need to hold off any longer. Thanks to the people at ChimneySaver, the certified pros at Clean Sweep of Anne Arundel County can get your fireplace and fireplace surround looking like new again so you can be proud to show it off again.
For more information on ChimneySaver’s Paint N Peel Fireplace Cleaner, check out our website. We even have a short video that shows the process from start to finish, with some before and after shots you’ve got to see to believe! You can also call us here at Clean Sweep of Anne Arundel County and we’d be happy to answer any questions you might have. Your fireplace gives you so much joy. Isn’t it time to express your appreciation? Call us today! You’ll be glad you did.