Keeping your chimney clean and in working order is a necessary step to protecting your home. We all know there are risks with owning a fireplace and one is a dirty chimney. There is a lot that can build up within your chimney from the smoke or exhaust from your fireplace. The build-up could potentially block your fireplace allowing the exhaust to come inside.
The purpose of a chimney brush is to remove the soot and creosote build-up in your chimney. Not taking proper precautions and allowing this to build up not only poses a risk for toxins to stay inside but also could cause a chimney fire. Chimney fires are quite common due to maintenance not being conducted properly. A chimney should be maintained, cleaned, and inspected at least on an annual basis.
We have many styles, sizes, and shapes available to you in order to keep your chimney safe and up to par! It is important to make sure you are getting the correct type of brush for your chimney. If you are unsure of how to conduct the cleaning or what type of brush you need, you can contact us for help or a local chimney cleaning service.
As you know, chimneys are not easily accessible and you will need a rod to help get to those hard to reach places. We offer those too! We have everything you need in order to keep your chimney safe and clean!
We carry an extensive line of round, square, and rectangular steel chimney sweep brushes! Ideal for masonry flues and non-insulated stove pipe. Spiral patterns make cleaning easy! Quickly and effectively cut through soot and creosote buildup! Our rectangular brushes allow you to clean 90° corners. We also offer chimney brush rods, as well as complete chimney sweep brush kits for maintenance of flues that are 6 inches or larger in diameter and up to 20 feet in length.
What size chimney brush do I need?
Do creosote logs work?
How many chimney rods do I need?
Our chimney brush kits come with 5 rods in each kit. We also have extra if needed. Depending on the size of your chimney will decide how many you will need to effectively clean your chimney. Make sure to measure your chimney first in order to gauge the amount you will need.
How can I tell if my chimney needs cleaning?