For peace of mind, choose Anderson's !

The South Central PA Area's Chimney & Venting System Experts Since 1990.

Anderson’s Chimney and Masonry Services is so much more than just your local chimney sweep. From masonry fireplace repairs and rebuilds to stainless steel liners and leaking chimney repairs – We do it all! Not only do we do masonry repairs, but we also install and service gas inserts, gas log sets, wood stoves and pellet stoves. Our commitment to you is to provide the highest level of service for a world-class customer experience.

Why Anderson’s Chimney?

Our extensive knowledge of the latest technology and tools ensure that your fireplace, furnace flue and dryer vent is operating at optimal levels. We want to make sure when you turn on your furnace, light that first fire of the season or throw a load of laundry in the dryer, you can do so with peace of mind. All of our Technicians are tested through the Chimney Safety Institute of America and carry the CCS Certification, and are up to date on NFPA standards and state and local codes. We have eleven CSIA Certified Technicians on staff and seven of our team members are CDET Certified (Certified Dryer Exhaust Technician) through the CSIA.

Our education doesn’t end once we get our certifications. Every service staff member goes through 100+ hours of additional training throughout the year. You can rest easy knowing that our primary objective is to make your home heating and venting systems cleaner and more energy efficient.

In business since 1990, Anderson’s Chimney Sweeps (now Anderson’s Chimney and Masonry Services) is the areas largest full service chimney and venting specialist. We pride ourselves on our extensive continuing education, our certification and our reputation in your community. This is why our customers think we are the best Chimney Sweep in PA (just look at our reviews). Give us a call today. We look forward to being your Sweep for life.

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Our highly skilled staff is CSIA Certified, NFPA, State and Local code current. Anderson's staff is dedicated to excellence as well as education. Our owner is a former Fire Chief with 32+ years experience.

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Anderson's Chimney & Masonry Services conducts a Level 1 inspection with every sweep and leaves no mess behind. Our fleet of fully equipped service vans are ready to serve you, even in an emergency!


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Our thorough and responsive staff uses the latest state-of-the-art relining systems along with video chimney inspections to properly address issues and fix chimney problems.

I wanted to extend my thanks to the man that estimated the job and the crew who did the work. They were professional, friendly, courteous, and seemed eager to do a good job. They worked late to complete the job in one day and cleaned up as well."

I like referring customers to you because you tell them when they need a liner and when they don’t…when they need any repairs for that have built good relations with many of us"

I am very thankful for your emergency service. The gas company said I had a blocked chimney and I was to call you to have my chimney cleaned before they would turn my water back on. Your servicemen came the same day and installed a new liner."

Your presentation was outstanding. I’ve been in the furnace industry for 13 years and you have educated me with venting issues that I did not fully understand and was not aware of… I will call you when I need chimney repairs."

Thank you for the education. Your inspection was very thorough and you explained the requirements of my new furnace in a way that I could understand why I needed a new liner."

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We Clean Dryer Vents

Your chimney or furnace is not the only system in your home that may cause fire. Your dryer vent is a similar system designed to vent heat and lint from the clothes dryer but needs routine maintenance to work properly. If it isn’t properly maintained, the clothes dryer may be the most dangerous thing in y our house. The Danger of Clothes Dyers Homeowners don’t know how to properly install a dryer vent. Many don’t even realize there are safety standards—many of which are specified in the User Guide. For instance, the dryer vent should not exceed 25 feet in length (and each 90-degree turn equals 5 feet). Dryer vents come in flexible transition ducts, and exhaust ducts and each has its own purpose. Dryer vent ducts should not be less than 4” in diameter and should be as large as the outlet. There are 2,900 clothes dryer fires reported each year [], accounting for 5 deaths, 100 injuries, and $35 million in property loss. These fires are preventable with proper installation, use, and maintenance of clothes dryers. The majority of these fires were caused by one problem: failure to clean the dryer. The Problem Many homeowners think that a store delivery and routinely emptying the lint trap is all it takes for a clean dryer vent. This is not so. When the clothes dryer is delivered from the store, it is not professionally installed. Your dyer vent should be professionally installed in order to be installed safely and correctly. Then the homeowner should read the complete User Guide, including maintenance and use. The manufacturer includes specific maintenance instructions for each various model. Get to know your appliance, and follow instructions and schedule maintenance, and your dryer will last. Signs You Need a Dryer Vent Cleaning If you have noticed a change in your dryer’s performance, it’s likely a dryer vent problem. Some sure-fire signs that you need a dryer vent cleaning include: -The dryer takes more than one cycle to dry a moderately-sized load. -The dryer feels hot to the touch, clothes are excessively hot once dried, the house gets warm while the dryer runs. -The laundry room or appliance covers in condensation or lint while the dryer runs. -The vent outlet outside isn’t producing air or lint to the outside. If you schedule routine dryer vent cleanings, it will save you money. All of the symptoms of a clogged dryer vent cost you money. When you run your dryer three times for one load, you burn three times the energy, and it shortens the life of your dryer by three times. Your dryer should last ten years according to manufacturers. Do you know anyone that’s used the same dryer for ten years? Routine maintenance is the only way to take care of your property, including your dryer. When your dryer is working well, it also saves you money in home cooling. Save money this summer by using a dryer that works well and doesn’t heat your house. Schedule your dryer vent cleaning [] today by calling Anderson’s, or request an appointment online [].
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