Quality & Efficiency Matter! Is your fireplace safe to use?
If you purchase a new fireplace, fireplace insert or stove from us or a competitor, we can do the installation and duct work for your new hearth.
Why is it important to have a annual inspection?
Having an annual chimney inspection or chimney sweep, can improve your fireplace’s performance, and prevent chimney fire and carbon monoxide concerns.
Creosote is the biggest byproduct of enjoying a wood burning fire. Creosote buildup is one of the major causes of chimney fires. A buildup of creosote and soot can restrict the air flow causing damages to the fireplace chimney.
Gas fireplace chimneys can become blocked by a bird’s nest, bats or other debris like a common spider web.
With normal use soot and creosote can build up in your chimney or stovepipe. These deposits are a major cause of chimney fires and carbon monoxide buildup.
Without proper maintenance your gas, wood, pellet insert, stove or fireplace can cause smoke to back up in your home as well as lower the efficiency of the stove or fireplace.
Whether you need a crown repair, chimney cap, chimney liner, or various other repair situations, Wizard’s can help!
If you have a crown that is made of concrete, motor. or liners, you need to have an inspection done regularly. Chimney caps help prevent from water entering the chimney, keeps animals from entering our home and helps protect the roof from burning embers that can start a house fire.
Through normal use of your dryer, lint can build up in the vent that carries hot air and moisture from the dryer to the outside. In extreme cases this can obstruct air flow enough that the dryer can damage your clothing and home.
Generally, it’s recommended that you have your dryer vent cleaned about every three years, but this varies greatly. If you think your dryer is taking longer than it should to get your clothes dry, or you notice burn marks on your clothes, it’s probably time to have your vent cleaned.
Through normal operation of your home’s heating and cooling systems dust will begin to build in their components.
Eventually, your heating system, unable to move its heat to the passing air in your vents, can exceed the recommended safe operating temperature. Your air conditioning system can freeze over, unable to move sufficient air through the cooling system to affect the indoor air temperature. Filters become clogged with dust and prevent air from moving through the system at a reasonable rate.
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