Fireplace Repairs and Rebuilds

The fireplace endures abuse all season long, and even minor damage may put your family and home at risk. High temperatures and corrosive chemicals constantly beat up on your masonry, age can wear down masonry, and certain other elements can cause damage as well. Your...

Home Inspections Vs. Chimney Inspections

Whether you’re buying or selling your home, the fireplace and chimney are a selling point. It can either make or break the deal. A well-maintained and beautiful hearth and chimney system can bring up the value of a property, but a poorly-maintained and abandoned...

How Does a Chimney Water Repellent Work?

Masonry is incredibly susceptible to water damage due to its porous nature, and if left unprotected, can lead to costly repairs and hazards. Water penetration can lead to: rusted parts, connectors, and hinges; deteriorated firebox, masonry, and central heating system;...

Diagnosing a Smelly Chimney

Does your chimney stink? During the summer is the time that high temperatures and humidity result in stinking chimneys. It may not be foul-smelling all the time, but any odor is an indication of a chimney problem. Depending on the odor, it is fairly easy to identify...

We Have Many Ways to Solve Your Leaking Chimney

April showers might have brought more than May flowers. If spring rain has brought you a leaky chimney, you might have a big problem, and even bigger mess to clean up. West Texas Chimney and Venting Solutions is available to help. The Danger of Water Damage Masonry is...

We Install, Repair, and Clean Dryer Vents!

Do you know the importance of a clean dryer vent? Do you remember the last time you had your dryer vent cleaned? If you’re not sure when your dryer vent was installed, then you most likely need to schedule a cleaning right now. Your dryer vent is one of the most...

Different Types of Chimney Liners

The chimney liner is one of the most important parts of the system, one of the largest, and perhaps the most overlooked. Your liner has an important job to do–it keeps heat and gas inside the chimney system, keeps corrosive chemical byproducts from the fire off...

Upgrade to an Insert This Spring

Burn season is just about over, and it’s time to think about what’s next for your fireplace. With a few changes, your fireplace can be even better next year — more efficient, more beautiful, and safer than before. You can have an insert installed in no time, and...