Toyo Construction Group


Chimney Inspections

Chimney inspections are important for ensuring the safety and functionality of your chimney. A professional chimney inspector can identify any issues or potential hazards such as blockages, cracks, or leaks that may be present in your chimney. There are three levels of chimney inspections, each with varying degrees of examination, depending on the condition of your chimney and its usage.

Regular inspections can help prevent chimney fires, carbon monoxide poisoning, and other dangers. It's recommended to have your chimney inspected at least once a year, particularly if you use your fireplace or wood stove frequently. By having your chimney inspected regularly, you can enjoy a warm and cozy fire with peace of mind.

Chimney services we offer:

Chimney Repairs

Chimney repairs are necessary to maintain the safety and efficiency of your chimney. Over time, wear and tear, as well as exposure to the elements, can cause damage to your chimney, which can result in hazards such as chimney fires, carbon monoxide leaks, and structural issues.

Common chimney repairs:
  • Chimney cap replacement: Chimney caps protect the flue from moisture, debris, and animals. A damaged or missing cap can cause blockages and damage to the chimney.
  • Chimney liner repair or replacement: A damaged or deteriorating chimney liner can cause fire hazards and ventilation problems.
  • Masonry repairs: Cracks, gaps, or missing bricks can cause water damage, structural problems, and ventilation issues.
  • Chimney crown repair or replacement: The chimney crown protects the chimney from water damage, and a damaged or cracked crown can cause water to leak into the chimney.
  • Chimney flashing repair: Flashing seals the chimney to the roof, and a damaged or improperly installed flashing can cause water leaks.

Chimney Relining

Chimney relining is a necessary process for maintaining the safety and efficiency of your chimney. The chimney liner protects the interior of the chimney from heat and corrosion, prevents the escape of toxic gases, and improves ventilation.

Common chimney linings:
  • Damage to the chimney liner: Cracks, gaps, or holes in the liner can allow toxic gases to enter your home, increase the risk of a chimney fire, and cause ventilation issues.
  • Age of the chimney liner: Over time, chimney liners can deteriorate and become less effective at protecting your home.
  • Change in fuel type: Switching from one fuel type to another can cause damage to the existing liner and require a new liner to be installed.
  • Installation of a new appliance: Installing a new appliance, such as a wood stove or fireplace insert, may require a new liner to be installed.
  • Building code compliance: Some local building codes require certain types of chimney liners to be installed.

Chimney Cleaning

Chimney cleaning is an essential task that should be performed regularly to maintain the safety and efficiency of your fireplace or wood stove. Over time, soot and creosote can build up inside your chimney, which can lead to chimney fires or blockages that prevent proper ventilation.

Professional chimney sweeps can help remove these dangerous deposits and ensure that your chimney is functioning properly. It's recommended to have your chimney inspected and cleaned at least once a year to prevent any potential hazards. By taking care of your chimney, you can enjoy a warm and cozy fire without any worry.

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