Leaky Chimneys

What’s a dream home without a dream fireplace? Your fireplace may be the reason you bought your home. It’s the reason why many homeowners choose a certain house over others. In fact, many homeowners and realtors can tell you that a fireplace is the selling point of...

Ways to Use Your Fireplace Ashes

Throughout winter your fire will produce byproducts, including soot, creosote, and ash. Your chimney professional will occasionally clean away the soot and creosote during routine chimney sweeps, however the ashes need to be removed on a regular basis in order to keep...

Blower Door Testing

At this time of year homeowners begin to see a change in utility costs and wonder how to save money. You may not be running the air conditioner through the winter, but it can be just as costly to heat it. You don’t have to rebuild your fireplace to save money, and you...

Why We Love HeatShield

Your chimney is as important to us as it is to you. It’s our goal to help homes in our service area stay safe and sound this winter and year-after-year. Our commitment to chimney and fire safety is why we are determined to offer the best services in Amarillo,...

How Chimney Dampers Help

It’s important that your chimney system has all its parts and that they’re in working order. The chimney system may be the largest and most important system in the home, and it’s vital to keep it maintained and working properly–that means using the system...

Why Does My Chimney Need to Be Swept?

Most people service their car every five to ten thousand miles and get an annual checkup at the doctor on a regular basis. Did you know you should also get your chimney serviced by a professional? Only a chimney professional has the skills and equipment to get the job...

The Benefits of Gas Logs

As more and more homeowners, apartment managers, and even the hospitality industry begin looking for the homey feel of the fireplace, gas logs are becoming popular. They allow for versatility in installation, can provide quite a bit of supplemental heat, and are...

Does My Chimney Need a Cap?

The chimney is made up of many different parts and assemblies that are important for safe and efficient function. These parts work together to vent smoke, hazardous gases, and particulate pollution outside. When parts are damaged or missing, the chimney will not work...

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...