Chimney Sweep Tuscaloosa
You’re here because you’ve found yourself with a chimney problem. Our technicians will come to your home and perform a tailored service just for you so your chimney problem can be a thing of the past.
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Allstar Chimney Sweep of Tuscaloosa
Allstar Chimney Sweep of Alabama works hard every day to make sure the people in our community have safe chimneys. Our master technicians apply their 100 years of combined experience to help you make sure your chimney looks and performs at its best while not being a threat to you or your home. We deliver premium quality services to each of our customers.
It’s about time to start using your fireplace again. Did you know you should have your fireplace inspected at least once every year before continued use? Yes, that’s right, this is what the National Fire Protection Association recommends so you can ensure the safety of yourself and your home. Most people think that not much can change with their fireplace and chimney in a year but actually, a lot can change. Your chimney sits at the highest point of your home and is therefore the most exposed part of your home. This means it has no protection from wind, rain, tornados, and hurricanes. Sometimes your chimney could even have a weak point that would allow leaves and other debris to fall in. This same weak point could also allow an animal to enter your chimney.
After facing weather conditions throughout the year your chimney is likely to need maintenance. This may not always be the case, however, a qualified chimney professional should check your chimney each year to make sure you and your home are in the clear. If you have rusted, broken, or missing chimney parts your chimney becomes a danger to you and your home. Issues such as these lead to water damage to not only your chimney but also other parts of your home. This means you’ll face mold growth which causes respiratory issues along with property damage to your ceilings and walls. If these issues are not tended to, the next fire you light in your fireplace could be the one that burns down your house and puts your livelihood in jeopardy.
You don’t have to spend another day with uncertainties about your chimney. Allstar is proud to offer same-day availability so you can reclaim your time and safety. Call us today so we can help you restore your confidence in your chimney and safety in your home.
Commonly Requested Services
Chimney sweeps are vital to the lifespan of your chimney and in promoting safety in your home as a whole. A sweep removes soot and creosote to help you avoid the devastating result of a chimney or house fire. They also offer the great benefit of providing the technician performing the sweep with the opportunity to complete an inspection on your fireplace and chimney to make sure other safety measures are also in place.
No one should be in need of a masonry repair and be faced with a long drawn-out process. Allstar proudly offers a two-step process in masonry repairs. Step one consists of you getting your initial inspection. Step two consists of the technicians coming right back to your home to complete your specialized repair plan. A huge part of our mission is to provide quality repairs while also using the opportunity to involve and educate our customers.
All people do not get inspections for the same reasons. Some people are experiencing issues such as water leaks or foul smells while others may be in the process of buying, selling, or renovating their homes. Whatever the reason is that you’re seeking an inspection, Allstar has you covered. With over 30 years of experience, Allstar has created an inspection process that will include a survey of each aspect of your chimney.
Servicing your chimney does not have to be hard for you. Allstar is here to help you get rid of the stress of maintaining your fireplace and chimney.
You’ve finally found the right people to satisfy all your chimney and fireplace needs, contact us now!
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