Schedule Your Annual Chimney Inspection

Although your chimney may look just fine from the outside, there might be hidden hazards lurking inside the flue. It can be difficult to check out the condition of the interior of your chimney on your own. Therefore, you need to make sure to schedule a professional...

We Do Masonry Repairs

Winter weather can be brutal on the bricks and mortar joints of your chimney. You may have noticed damage such as cracked, loose, or missing bricks and mortar joints on the exterior of your chimney. Not only does this masonry deterioration jeopardize the structure of...

Why a Chimney Cap Is Important

Springtime in the Shenandoah Valley can bring heavy rains to the area. In order to keep your masonry chimney safe from potential water penetration damage, it is important to make sure it is sufficiently protected. According to the Chimney Safety Institute of America...

What Is The Purpose of a Chimney Crown?

Keeping water out of your chimney is one of the most essential maintenance responsibilities you have as a homeowner. Since the top of your chimney is constantly exposed to the elements and harsh weather, it is important to make sure that you have certain components in...