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3 years ago · by · 0 comments

Let’s talk about chimney fires

FireLet’s talk about chimney fires

We’ve been discussing home improvement tips before the winter season come.  We have discussed the importance of maintaining your home, cleaning out your gutter, and a general list of other to-do’s this fall.  Now we are going to discuss about the importance of taking care of your chimney.

Why do I need my chimney inspected?

Creosote is what gets left behind after burning wood, and it’s highly flammable.  Pine wood is notorious for leaving a lot of creosote behind.  If your chimney has too much creosote (or under the right conditions) you could find yourself in the middle of a chimney fire.

How often should I get my chimney inspected?

It’s a good idea to get your chimney inspected annually.  Most chimney sweeps will not only check for built up creosote, but will also check to make sure that everything is working properly.  It’s not a bad idea to get your chimney cleaned out each year.  It’s a good preventive measure to save you and your family.

By calling a chimney sweep and getting your wood stove, pellet stove, or fireplace inspected, you are maintaining your home and ensuring the safety of your family.  Plus, you’re also meeting the maintenance requirements for your homeowner’s insurance policy.

For more information about your homeowner’s insurance policy, contact the friendly agents at Scurich Insurance Services.

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