Chimney Caps and Their Benefits

You put a cap on something to cover it up. Ball caps cover your head to protect it from the hot sunshine, protect your hair from the blowing wind, or hide your hair during a bad hair day. You put a cap on a pipe before you fix your sink so that water doesn’t spray all...

Chimney Swift 101

If you’ve seen a gray, cigar-shaped smudge floating through the air on a summer evening, the chances are that you’re watching a chimney swift in flight. Chimney swifts are pretty amazing little birds, with small bodies and a long, narrow wingspan. One thing that makes...

The Benefits of a Chimney Cap

A cap is synonymous with a cover. A gas cap on your car keeps the gas in and dirt and dust out of your gas tank. A cap on a water pipe keeps the water in while you repair it and a chimney cap covers and protects your chimney. It’s important to understand the structure...

Let Us Fix Your Leaky Chimney

A leak is never a good, no matter where it is. If there is a leak in your radiator, you’re in for some serious mechanical work and big bills to pay. A leaky umbrella leaves you completely soaked and wet. However, a leaky chimney is a much bigger issue. At Chimney...

What a Chimney Cap Does for Your Home

Most homeowners aren’t aware of the many components that make up a chimney. It seems like a pretty straightforward piece of construction. Mortar and bricks built in a square, with space in the center for the smoke to rise up out of, right? A firebox on the inside of...