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Alliance Chimney & Energy cleans, seals, and inspects chimneys and fireplaces and performs a broad range of related services, including tuck-pointing and installation of stoves and chimney accessories. We conduct estimates at no charge to the customer and use products from trusted brands such as Regency, St. Croix, and Hargrove. Our company owner, Charles McHenry, is a Chimney Safety Institute of America (CSIA) Certified Chimney Sweep.
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Founded in 1989, Chimney Cricket, Inc., is a local, family-owned-and-operated company serving residential and commercial customers in the Delaware County area. All of our master-level technicians are Chimney Safety Institute of America Certified Chimney Sweeps, trained to perform a variety of chimney and fireplace services, including cleaning, repair, and inspection. In addition, all stainless steel chimney flue liners and caps are protected by our lifetime warranty.
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About Philadelphia Chimney and Fireplace Companies

Philadelphia homeowners are no strangers to cold weather, so the fireplace and chimney tend to get quite a bit of use. The warmth and comfort of the hearth can be a genuine pleasure, but without proper maintenance, they can represent a real hazard to the safety of your home and its occupants.

It is recommended that you have your chimney cleaned and inspected on an annual basis by a professional. A technician will inspect both the interior and exterior of the structure in order to ensure that it is free of any obstruction or combustible material. Creosote, which is the technical name for soot, builds up when flue gases are too cool, and its accumulation makes for a very dangerous, very flammable hazard. While there are steps that you can take to limit creosote buildup, it's best to annually contact a professional to be sure that it—and other hazards—are not putting your home at risk. The Best Pick contractors below are ready to assist.