Home Service Experts Inc.

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Home Service Experts Inc.
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Home Service Experts Inc. offers Chimney Cleaning services in Farmingdale NY.

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Please give us a call if you have any questions. I'd be happy to answer any concerns about your fireplace or heating system chimney flues. And yes, chances are, even if you don't have a fireplace, you use your chimney for your oil or gas burner. 855-473-2446
Things to Know Before You Spark Up the Logs Now that the Holidays are upon us, you and your family will be getting cozy because the fireplace 🔥. But before you spark up the logs, take heed that fireplaces and chimneys are involved in 42 percent of all home-heating fires. So first make sure yours is up to snuff by following these seven safety tips. 1. Hire a Chimney Sweep company like Home Service Experts, Inc. The National Fire Protection Association recommends that chimneys be swept at least once a year at the beginning of the winter to remove soot and debris and creosote that forms after about 50 fires. 2. Check for Damage In addition to cleaning, a chimney sweep should inspect the chimney structure for cracks, loose bricks, or missing mortar. Chimney flues should also be checked for cracking or deterioration. 3. Cap the Chimney Read the rest of our tips here - http://hsechimney.com/our-blog/

Things to Know Before You Spark Up the Logs Now that the Holidays are upon us, you and your family will be getting cozy because the fireplace 🔥. But before you spark up the logs, take heed that fireplaces and chimneys are involved in 42 percent of all home-heating fires. So first make sure yours is up to snuff by following these seven safety tips. 1. Hire a Chimney Sweep company like Home Service Experts, Inc. The National Fire Protection Association recommends that chimneys be swept at least once a year at the beginning of the winter to remove soot and debris and creosote that forms after about 50 fires. 2. Check for Damage In addition to cleaning, a chimney sweep should inspect the chimney structure for cracks, loose bricks, or missing mortar. Chimney flues should also be checked for cracking or deterioration. 3. Cap the Chimney Read the rest of our tips here - http://hsechimney.com/our-blog/

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Is your Chimney leaking? Here are common reasons why #1 The Simplest Cause of Chimney Leaking: Rain Going Straight In from the Top It’s not hard to picture that. Chimneys without covers get a lot of rain falling straight down into them. A chimney cover makes sense to most people. Not only does it keep the rain out, but keeps birds, animals and debris out. The greatest value of the chimney cover is really keeping these out because when chimneys get blocked at the bottom, people get sick (or even die) from CO poisoning. While it’s true that sometimes an uncovered flue is the source of water problems, most often this reason for a leak is only when the liner is metal. So do get a chimney cover and make sure it’s not just this simple. #2 Many Chimney Leaks are from Cracks in the Chimney Crown cracked chimney crown Read the full story by visiting our website - http://hsechimney.com/our-blog/

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Heating season is slowly creeping up on us. Fall specials are in effect.. Call 855-473-2446
Home Service Experts would like to wish a happy labor day to all of our clients. Even though summer is coming to an end, we look forward to working with you all in the fall! Stay in touch with us by visiting www.hsechimney.com