US 11 & SR 55 Intersect In Strasburg & Knowledge And Excellence Intersect With Blue Ridge Chimney Services

We know that great customer experiences happen when the company you are dealing with places a strong emphasis on knowledge and excellent customer service. When property owners in Strasburg call Blue Ridge Chimney Services, they are assured of both. Blue Ridge knows the importance of proper chimney and fireplace maintenance, and offers these comprehensive services:

The Chimney Safety Institute of America urges property owners to have a yearly inspection and cleaning of your chimney (and fireplace, if you have one). Debris, creosote and other combustible residues build up in chimneys and cause fire and poisonous gas hazards. The CSIA’s recommendations apply to both commercial and residential property. “With proper chimney system care, chimney fires are entirely preventable,” according to the CSIA. During our inspections, we will be able to detect any problems or potential problems and fix them before any structural damage is done.

We’re Proud of Our Excellent Customer Feedback

The entire team from Blue Ridge Chimney works hard to make our customer’s experiences positive. And, according to the feedback we receive and is reported on Angie’s List, we are delivering what we say we are going to do. Our technicians are uniformed, fully trained, certified, and insured. We have many certifications and alliances including the National Fireplace Institute, the Fire Investigation, Research & Education (FIRE) chimney inspector program, and the Chimney Safety Institute of America. You know when we come to your property we have the training and expertise to provide you peace of mind knowing that you are safe.

Strasburg Is Rich In History, Culture, & Landscape

Strasburg was incorporated in 1922, but it was chartered in 1761. During that time, Strasburg was nicknamed “Pot Town” reflecting its reputation for making fine pottery. Strasburg was known for its commercial stone and earthenware goods until the early 1900s when the production ceased. The Strasburg Museum is located in the original pottery building and is open for public tours. While at the Museum visitors can explore the Strasburg and Southern Railroads and the important transportation role they played during the 1930s. The Museum also features exhibits and artifacts from the Civil War and Native American culture from the area.

History buffs and outdoor lovers can combine their passions at the Hupp’s Hill Civil War Park. The Gateway to Shenandoah Visitor Center is also located at Hupp’s Hill. Other places of interest include Fisher’s Hill Battlefield Civil War Site and the gorgeous George Washington National Forest.

You may be surprised to learn that the Shenandoah Valley has a wine trail tour. The tours include vineyards, wineries and award winning wines. Along the way you will be able to shop, eat and enjoy beautiful scenery.

The Shenandoah River passes just east of Strasburg and visitors can river- and people-watch, bicycle, walk or just relax in Strasburg Town Park.

Nothing is more quintessential Shenandoah Valley than the O’ Shenandoah Artisan Trail. There are a dozen stops along Route 11 through delightful small towns with restaurants, shopping and, of course, beautiful scenery.

Music in the Park is held each Sunday during the summer in Strasburg Home Town Park. The music varies from new to experienced local musicians. The free event features a different genre of music each week.

Strasburg is beautiful place to live and work. Blue Ridge Chimney Services is honored to be able to help keep you safe and your property secure. We appreciate your business and look forward to serving you.  Click here to schedule an appointment online!


Waynesboro is another community we are proud to serve that is both beautiful and full of history, making us look forward to traveling there often.