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The consumer Product Safety Commission's statistics show an average of 25,100 chimney fires responsible for 30 deaths and $126.1 million in property damage each year.
Everyone wants to know how often you need to have your chimney swept and inspected. The Chimney safety Institute of America and the National Fire Protection Association say you should have your chimney cleaned and inspected once a year or more depending on use. Just because you haven't used it in a while is no reason to assume it is safe. all kinds of things such as animals can get in your chimney during the off season. An annual inspection gives Atlanta Chimney Sweep Service a chance to find cracks, creosote build up animal nesting or other dangerous developments in your chimney. Atlanta Chimney sweep services also has a chance to check the top of your chimney and make sure nothing has been knocked off allowing rain and the elements into your home. Putting off a chimney sweep to save money is taking a dangerous chance.
What Is Soot and Creosote ?
Chimney cleaning in Atlanta is needed to remove creosote deposits and other debris from chimneys and vents. Creosote buildup in chimneys can lead to chimney fires or flue blockages.
Soot is a natural byproduct of fire that collects on the surfaces of the chimney over time. When the wood being burned is not fully cured it can contain a large amount of soot, as can a slow burning fire of any kind of wood. The other byproduct is creosote, an oily, resinous substance that combines with soot to form a dangerous coating inside the lining of the chimney, stovepipe, and fireplace.
This buildup can cause a chimney fire, which will cause the interior of the chimney to get much hotter than normal. This is when the tiny fissures and cracks represent the most risk.
During a chimney fire hot gasses and even fire escape from the cracks, causing the surrounding building materials to get extremely hot and occasionally setting them on fire. This kind of fire is a particularly difficult kind to detect and to fight, as it takes place deep within the walls of the home. Even worse is the fact that smoke detectors often do not detect this kind of fire until it is raging inside the walls and has spread to other parts of the structure.

The best approach to a fireplace and chimney safety is to schedule a cleaning and inspection at least once a year and to pay attention for any changes in the way the system works when in use. Atlanta Chimney cleaning process will clear the chimney of all soot, creosote, and debris that has accumulated such as animal nests or leaves.
Our Chimney Cleaning / Sweep Process :
Atlanta chimney cleaning service will clean the chimney with rotary brushes and extendable rods, brushing off the ash and creosote that has built up in the flue.
We start the cleaning process by performing an initial inspection to the chimney in order to decide what will be the best approach.
In most cases in order to perform a chimney sweep we access the fireplace from inside the house and run the brushes up the chimney all the way to the top. Than we change the direction of the rotor brush and run the brushes back down in to the fireplace, That way we can make sure we eliminate any build up that might still be in the flue.
The resulting debris will be vacuumed, swept and removed from your home.
Finalizing the chimney sweep is a post inspection of the chimney .
Our Powered vacuum with a triple layer HEPA filter working during the entire process, controls dust, to Guarantee no mess!
Atlanta Chimney Cleaning service offers quality products that will keep your chimney in tip-top shape. Our staff knows chimneys from the inside-out, so you can count on us giving you the best tips on keeping your chimney charming, clean and safe.
Q: How often should I have my chimney cleaned and inspected?

A: Usually if you burn a half a cord of wood or over 40 hours of burning in a season, your chimney will need to be cleaned on a yearly basis. There are other variables to consider as well. The use of unseasoned wood will cause an increase in creosote buildup.

Q: I think I had a chimney fire, can I still use my fireplace or get a gas or wood insert?

A: If you think that you have had a chimney fire it is important to have a Certified Chimney Technician clean and inspect your flue liner. When a chimney fire occurs the flue tiles are most often cracked, and in some cases collapse. If you continue to use your fireplace, the heat and smoke can get into the internal structure of the chimney through the cracks or collapsed tiles.

Q: Iíve been noticing that there is a strong odor of soot and ashes coming from my fireplace on hot, humid days. Sometimes the odor is also strong after it rains. Whatís causing this, and how can I get rid of it?

A: The first thing to do is have your chimney and fireplace cleaned if you havenít had this done in a while. If you have recently had a cleaning, there could be some underlying problems causing the smell. These include negative air issues: making sure your damper is closed, lack of a raincap at the top of your chimney, moisture problems within the chimney, your smoke chamber may have corbelled brick (which allows creosote to build up), or your chimney could be too short which doesnít allow enough draft to draw smoke and odors up and out.

Q: How do I know what type of chimney cap to get?

A: Insist on a Stainless Steel cap. Painted Black or galvanized caps can be ripped off by animals and will rust over time leaving ugly stains on the chimney. Stainless steel caps usually come with a lifetime warranty. Your chimney professional will be able to size and install a chimney cap for you.

Q: When A Sweep Services My Home Will There Be A Mess?

A: No. We use a powerful vaccum that prevents soot and dust from entering the home, and we are careful to take precautions in order to prevent any mess.

When first moving into a home, or before using a chimney or fireplace for an extended period of time, it is crucial to have a complete cleaning and inspection prior to lighting the first fire of the season. Failing to do so can put a house and even an entire family at risk and can cost much more than a simple cleaning.
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