Brown's Chimney Services

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Brown's Chimney Services
Brown's Chimney Services offers Chimney Cleaning services in Bend OR.

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Brown's Chimney Services has an overall ZapScore of 48. This means that Brown's Chimney Services has a higher ZapScore than 48% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Bend, Oregon is 38 and in the category is 55. Learn more about ZapScore.

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Innovations in chimney construction and design really did not begin until the 18th century when chimney flues grew in size. At this time, 12 inch chimney flues began to appear, allowed for chimney bricks to become larger and for thicker walls to be built, thereby reducing the chance of fires and insulating warmth better.

Some natural disasters, like earthquakes, can shift the bricks in your chimney. If you’ve experienced an earthquake or other phenomenon, be sure to check for any missing bricks or cracks, and get a professional inspection at the sight of any damage.

Even a small crack in a chimney crown is something to be concerned about. Water can freeze and thaw within the crack, causing it to grow and, potentially, cause more damage. Have any and all cracks repaired to prevent damage.

A chimney crown is the part of your chimney that is placed on top of all the brickwork around the opening. Usually made out of poured concrete, they take the brunt of the weather and protect your masonry from weather damage.

A historical and never before seen shortage in wood during the mid-1750s actually led to wide advancements in chimney designs that increased their efficiency. Many of the great inventors of the time including Benjamin Franklin helped to improve upon the original chimney design.