Chimney Sweep Atlanta Area Chimney Cleaning

You have seen our clearly marked trucks on their way to perform fireplace & stove cleaning, along with provide chimney cleaning services and chimney repairs across the Atlanta area in Norcross, Duluth, Dunwoody, Buckhead, Woodstock, Marietta, Sandy Springs, Roswell, Lawrenceville, Gwinnett and many other towns.

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An annual chimney cleaning is recommended for safety reasons and to ensure the efficiency of your chimney and heating venting systems, including fireplaces, wood stoves, gas stoves, furnace flues, and pellet stoves. In Atlanta you can’t find a chimney service more devoted to excellence in the chimney sweep industry than Chimney Solutions.

Our technicians are certified by the Chimney Safety Institute of America (CSIA.) Across the U.S., the most reliable proof of a chimney sweep’s knowledge is the Certified CSIA credential. We are also members of the National Chimney Sweep Guild and the Georgia Chimney Sweep Guild, signifying our devotion to providing chimney cleaning and all other chimney services in Atlanta and the surrounding area with excellence and integrity.

Our team of professional chimney techs also provide fireplace cleaning and heating stove cleaning services for wood, gas, and pellet fueled appliances. Keep your appliance working effectively, efficiently, and safely with a professional cleaning service.

Does a chimney cleaning increase efficiency?

Not only can creosote and soot cause chimney fires, but they can also create blockages which interfere with the safe and efficient operation of the fireplace and chimney. A fire doesn’t burn or heat as well if there isn’t a proper flow of combustion gases up and out of the chimney. Another safety issue is attached to efficiency because if the gases don’t flow outside as they should, dangerous fumes can be released into the home, potentially including deadly carbon monoxide.

chimney cleaning in Atlanta GAWhy is a dirty chimney a safety issue?

With every use of a fireplace, combustible by-products are deposited in the chimney lining in the form of creosote and soot. Creosote is an oily tar residue, and soot is a fine powder-like substance which colors smoke and consists chiefly of carbon. Hot embers which come into contact with these flammable deposits in the chimney lining can start a dangerous chimney fire. Built up creosote is responsible for many of the over 25,000 chimney fires which spread into house fires every year in the U.S.

What work is performed in a chimney cleaning?

Besides cleaning out creosote, soot, and other potential blockage from your flue lining, we also clean out your firebox, damper, and smoke chamber. A thorough chimney cleaning will remove the dangerous deposits in the flue lining and clear the way for you to safely use and enjoy your fireplace and other heating appliances. The latest technology is used, to do the job right. Chimney sweeping is a dirty job, but we promise to leave your home as clean as it was when we arrived.

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An annual chimney inspection is also recommended, chiefly because you can possibly save a lot of money by catching problems in their early stages. During a chimney inspection, our technicians look for cracks, leaks, and defects which need to be repaired. The longer problems go without being fixed, the more costly it becomes to repair the damage. There are also potential hazards involved when a chimney is damaged. For instance, if the flue lining is cracked, it means that combustible portions of your home are exposed to heat from the fireplace, which could start a house fire. Also, while chimney masonry can last a century, the mortar joints only last, at best, about 25 years. Repairing mortar joints is much more cost effective than replacing a collapsed chimney.

3rd Stage Creosote is extremely dangerous! Get your chimney inspected today.

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1155 McFarland 400 Drive AlpharettaGA30004 USA 
 • (770) 255-1300
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