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.
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Aaron called promptly after asking for quotes to enquire about the type of chimney, how frequently was cleaned (it hasn't) and explained that Spencer will do the cleaning and an inspection of the wood fireplace chimney. Spencer was very punctual...
Hired Top Hat Chimney to replace the bricks in my wood stove. Fantastic job done by Sam and Mike. So great that I hired them to repair the chimney; fabulous job by Sam. Hired them to clean the chimney and...
Convenient and timely scheduling with work completed on schedule. Clean and courteous service performed in a professional and skillful manner. We appreciated the recommendations made and plan to hire them annually going forward.