Creosote is a type of black or brown residue formed from wood burning in a chimney - if there is an excess of creosote, it could become a fire hazard. Depending on the usage, chimneys and fireplaces should be inspected at least once a year to ensure home safety.
Recommended Pros in Etobicoke, ON
Masonry & Bricklaying, Chimney Build & Repair, Tuck Pointing
Red Robin Masonry is a division of Red Robin Home Solutions Corp...Read more Whether you are looking to fill in a small window , parge a foundation wall, rebuild a chimney or have a brickwork addition ad...Read more For over 25 years, Top Roofers a professional Toronto roofing contractor has been providing the Greater Toronto Area with pers...Read more <br>
<b>2012 and 2013 Consumer Choice Award winner</b> for Chimney Services.
A-1 Quality Chimney is an award-winning, full-se...Read more Walter Townshend & Sons Chimneys is in its 5th generation of service serving the GTA. For well over 80 years the name Walter T...Read more
Recently Reviewed Etobicoke Chimney or Fireplace
Excellent experience dealing with Red Robin Masonry, from the Google search, to the request made on their site, to their immediate reply, to a quote for the job and finally having the work done in a timely manner. The gentlemen...
I asked Brian to re-do the brick around our front window. The original brick arch was decayed and had some huge cracks. Brian was able to re-do the window with a proper steel lintel with a stone sill. Looks awesome.
I had estimates for a small job to fix a drooping retaining wall and repoint a stone walkway in several places where the mortar had come away. One guy said it would cost $300. Right! Another guy said the whole...