When is the best time to sweep my chimney?

After the heating season is over, Spring is the best time to schedule your chimney sweep. Anderson’s Chimney and Masonry Services will remove the creosote to help prevent deterioration of your chimney’s flue from the inside out and removing the creosote will also remove the odor that occurs throughout the humid months. Doing an inspection and sweep in the spring also allows you plenty of time to make any needed repairs (masonry) prior to the cooler heating season. It is traditionally easier to schedule an appointment during off peak times and we are always offering spring discounts.

Prevent damage, save time and money. Spring is the perfect time to think ahead. Ask about our forward scheduling program.

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National Standards

As certified sweeps, we are held to national standards of the NFPA. NFPA 211 for wood burning, NFPA 54 for gas appliances and NFPA 31 for oil appliances. All of our work is always conducted professionally and in compliance with these and any other local government codes that apply. Our professional opinions will be based on our experience and education.

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