Elburn is one Illinois oldest communities. The first settlers arrived in the area in 1834 and quickly established it as a regular stopping point for those traveling west from Chicago. Elburn was later incorporated in 1886, with its original name of Blackberry Station. The town’s name was changed to Elburn shortly thereafter.
Elburn remained a largely rural town until the 1990s when suburban-style tract housing became the norm and several new subdivisions began dotting the rural landscape. With the opening of a Metra commuter rail station in 2006, Elburn has become a popular place for commuter families looking for more affordable housing stock.
The population of Elburn grew by over 100 percent from 2000 to 2010. Today, Elburn has a thriving downtown business district with many locally owned shops and restaurants that draw people from all across the area.
Valley Chimney Sweep & Restoration has been serving the residents and business of Elburn since our founding in 1978. As America’s longest continually certified chimney sweep, we work hard to provide regular chimney inspections, but also more complex repairs to ensure your chimney is operating safely.
Valley Chimney Sweep technicians are highly qualified and hold all the proper certifications. Whether your home needs a fireplace cleaning, dryer vent cleaning, or carbon monoxide alarm investigations, we can do it. At Valley Chimney Sweep & Restoration, our top priority is the safety of you and your family. An inspected and clean chimney, fireplace and dryer vent are essential to home safety.
When choosing an Elburn chimney sweep, make it locally owned Valley Chimney. Give us a call to schedule your chimney services today!
We schedule appointments Monday through Saturday. Though we try our best to schedule an appointment as quickly and conveniently as possible for you, during our busy season (approximately September through February), openings may be backed up from 2 weeks to 1 month. For this reason, we encourage our repeat customers to consider Forward Scheduling chimney cleanings during the spring and summer months.