Mt. Pleasant Chimney Services
Chimney cleaning and proper wood fireplace maintenance, including having annual inspections completed by a certified hearth professional, is an important part of your home’s maintenance. During normal use of a wood burning fireplace, creosote builds up on the walls of the chimney. If not removed, this buildup can lead to a potential chimney fire that can cause significant damage to the chimney and potentially, fire risk to the home.
At Flowertown Gas Fireplace & Chimney Service, we offer Mt. Pleasant chimney services for Mt. Pleasant, SC. and surrounding areas. This includes cleaning the hearth and internal areas of the fireplace as well as removal of creosote buildup and inspecting all vital components.
If you’re looking for quality chimney installation, maintenance, or repair service in Mt. Pleasant, SC. our team will be happy to provide an inspection to access any damage or repairs needed to get your fireplace fire ready!
There are many good reasons to have us inspect your system. With use over time, a chimney will collect creosote deposits that can result in a dangerous chimney fire. Having your chimney and fireplace swept will greatly reduce the fire danger. A chimney can have a defect that may be difficult to see inside the flue, smoke chamber, or other concealed areas. If you are a new homeowner or have never had a certified sweep inspect your system, it is advisable to have this service done. Your sweep may recommend a sweep service and perform the needed maintenance.
When the CSIA certified sweep you have hired arrives at your home, they will ask about the doors and windows. They will request that all the exterior doors and windows be closed. They will request the opening of exterior doors and windows be avoided during the sweep service. This is all done in an effort to avoid a potential backdraft that can pull soot down from the chimney. The sweep will have the floor area in front of the fireplace covered and a large vacuum system filtering the air as the chimney is cleared of deposits. Often the sweep service is done from below enabling the sweep to keep a close eye on the dust collection and containment.