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Preparing Your Fireplace for Winter

Warm summer weather may still be here, but before much longer cool autumn breezes will be rolling through. Follow the steps below for preparing your fireplace for winter. Then have a safe and comfortable fire season. 1. Have your chimney

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Baby Raccoons and Mom Rescued from Chimney

A family of raccoons was rescued from a home by local animal control and the Humane Society. The chimney caps will prevent future raccoon troubles, but this is a good reminder to check your flue before installing the cap! Lucky

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Is Your Chimney Ready for April Showers?

April showers bring May flowers, but they can also bring moisture problems to your home. Cracks in the top of the chimney, or the crown, can allow water to seep down into the house. If left unrepaired, these leaks can

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Keeping Bees Out of the Chimney

Keep bees out of the chimney

Over the past couple weeks we’ve received numerous calls from people about bees that have entered chimneys and come into their homes. They want to know how to keep bees out of the chimney and fireplaces and their homes. Unfortunately, keeping bees

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