ANNUAL OIL OR GAS CHIMNEY FUEL SWEEP OR CLEANING

Oil or Gas Fuel Chimney Cleanings - Also known as furnace flue cleanings, chimney liner sweeps, or furnace chimney cleanings. Furnace chimney sweeps are primarily to remove acidic soot deposits, wildlife nestingfor obstruction free assurance and Integrity Purposes. Your oil or gas burning units emit the products of combustion, i.e. carbon monoxide and soot deposits to the atmosphere through your furnace chimney flue. Affordable Chimney Sweeps will clean the chimney flue to remove these corrosive deposits and ensure safe & efficient exhaust escape from your home (carbon monoxide).

Integrity purposes - A CSIA (Chimney Safety Institute of America) Certified Chimney Sweep can visually look up the chimney & down the chimney, but cannot climb inside it to test the integrity of your firewalls within. If when pushing the chimney rods and brushes through your chimney system (chimney sweeping), pieces of spalling fire clay tile, fire clay tile joints, or brick come down, you then know there is an integrity & worthiness issue at the point in which debris begins to fall. This is a must know for continuous safe venting!  

Cleaning - The chimney liner of your oil or gas furnace, boiler, or water heater can deteriorate and fail (all unseen), causing carbon monoxide poisoning, soot blow-back and be an expensive clean-up. 

Obstruction free assurance - Some of the many causes of a chimney blockage include collapsed liners – bird squirrel, and raccoon nesting/debris/feces. A blocked chimney will force the carbon monoxide exhaust back into your home where you breathe. Chimney sweeping alone will not remove most blockages. Other specialized equipment may be needed depending on how thick or solid an obstruction is.

Accidental Death from Carbon Monoxide poisoning happens throughout the United States yearly and is caused by neglecting routine maintenance of having the chimney flues cleaned and inspected. Each year around 10,000 cases of carbon monoxide-related injuries are diagnosed. Because the symptoms of prolonged, low-level carbon monoxide poisoning mimic the symptoms of common winter ailments (headaches, nausea, dizziness, fatigue, even seasonal depression), many cases are not detected until permanent, subtle damage to the brain, heart, other organs and tissues has occurred. The difficulty of diagnosis also means that the number of people affected may be even higher.

The NFPA (National Fire Protection Association) code 211 says, "Chimneys, fireplaces, and vents shall be inspected at least once a year for soundness, freedom from deposits, and correct clearances. Cleaning, maintenance, and repairs shall be done if necessary. "Annual inspection with chimney sweeping as required. This is the National safety standard!

Call Us Now At 888-507-0337 To Schedule Your Annual Oil or Gas Chimney Flue Cleaning & Certified Level 1 Inspection!