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The Effects Chimney Fires Have On Your Chimney

Chimney fires are extremely dangerous as you may not know they are happening until it’s too late. Most chimney fires are quiet and slow burning, they’re usually caused by either a stray spark or high temperatures that ignite creosote buildup….

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Don’t Use Your Fireplace For Heating Purposes

The Midwest Chimney Safety Council released a warning recently that fireplaces should not be used solely for heating purposes. There are certain free-standing heat sources that are designed for heating purposes, like gas and wood-burning fireplace inserts. Marge Padgitt, the…

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What Lurks in Your Chimney?

Winter is here, and it’s time to sit by the fire and enjoy a nice evening with your family! Before you can start sparking a fire in your chimney this winter, you should think about the types of things that…

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“Fantastic service by Terry and his team. I have a wood burning/gas fireplace that needed cleaning and to check for animals that I had heard near the chimney. They did a thorough cleaning (and kept the house clean while doing it!) and found no evidence of animal activity. Terry showed me that the previous owners had tapped into the gas line incorrectly and had used copper pipe for the gas to the fireplace. They removed (at my request) all gas components and the fireplace is now safe and set for wood burning (I can have it changed back to gas in a safe manner later). I'm very grateful that they found and fixed the possibly dangerous situation and did a wonderful job on everything else. I highly recommend Valley Chimney!”

‐ Diane R.

Geneva, IL

8940 B Route 34
Yorkville, IL 60560

(630) 553-5995

info@valleychimney.com

Service over 30,000 clients across the western suburbs of Chicago