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 York Mills, ON
Wilkens Contracting Inc. has provided personalized service to Toronto homeowners for over 30 years. Our specialties include tu...Read more NF Masonry
Niall comes with over 25 years in expertise in Irish Traditional Stone Masonry as well as other masonry styles. Ni...Read more Standing above the roofline, chimneys are fully exposed to rain and snow and are affected by winter's freeze/thaw cycles. They...Read more Masonry & Bricklaying, Chimney Build & Repair, Tuck Pointing
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Recently Reviewed York Mills Chimney or Fireplace
Totally happy with the work. The project included the Chimney (coursing, flue, and rain caps) and the Firebox, Damper, Hearth, and some additional brickwork. It took approximately 2 weeks.
The Wilkens team did a great job with a high attention to...
If you are looking for good trade-man to fix your chimney, with knowledge, experience, quality work, good price, then Niall - NF Masonry, is the one you need to call. He is straight forward man, very easy to talk to,...
We recently hired NF Masonry for a small brickwork patch job. Niall was very courteous and professional and a pleasure to meet. We would not hesitate to use this company again or refer to others. Thank you!