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Preventing House Fires by Keeping your Dryer Clean

The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission estimates an annual 15,500 fires, 10 deaths and 10 injuries are due to clothes dryer fires. Several hundred people a year are also subjected to carbon monoxide poisoning from improper dryer vent setups. The financial costs come to nearly $100,000,000 per year. In...

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3 Reasons to Clean Your Dryer Vent

According to the National Fire Incident Reporting System (NFIRS), and average of 2,900 residential clothes dryer fires in residential buildings are reported to U.S. fire departments each year and cause an estimated 5 deaths, 100 injuries, and $35 million in property loss. Their research determined that failure to clean...

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How to Become a Chimney Sweep

Have you ever thought of becoming a chimney sweep? An excellent place to start is The Chimney Safety Institute of America. This organization offers four annual sessions of the National Chimney Sweep Training School – the most comprehensive chimney sweep training program in the U.S. – and can help...

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Chimney Sweep Certifications Explained

Chimney sweeping and dryer vent cleaning are crucial tasks in the fight to keep families safe from home fires. The best and most reliable chimney sweeps are certified by the Chimney Safety Institute of America (CSIA), indicating the highest level of specialized training and expertise in their field. The...

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Dryer Safety Tips

Chim Chimney knows about fire safety and home-fire prevention tips. Many don’t realize the highly combustible nature of dryer vent lint and could be contributing to a dangerous situation in the home without knowing it. In fact, more than 15,000 homes burned down last year alone due to a...

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Wood burning tips

Burning wood can be a very economical, and cozy, way to heat your home through the cold winter months. Caution must be taken however, to ensure that the fire burns safely and efficiently. Burning anything other than cured wood, or a fireplace that does not properly vent, can fill...

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Hiring a Master Mason

Keeping your chimney in good condition not only adds to the aesthetic look of your home, but also keeps the fires burning safely for your family. Chim Chimney employs a full time Master Mason to address any issues with brick chimneys our clients encounter. So, what is different about...

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