It’s undeniable that a well used fireplace takes care of you, so in return you must take care of it. Damper, chimney, and all!
Can you believe it’s almost August? Soon the leaves will begin to change color and the temperature will begin to get cooler. Evenings will once again be spent surrounding the warm fireplace with friends. If you’ve kept up with your maintenance, of course. Maintaining your fireplace and chimney is critical to not only efficiently enjoying […]
The short answer is yes! In this article we’ll cover some of the most common causes for these leaks and how you can fix them so your fireplace won’t miss a beat this Fall and Winter.
Chimneys are no less subject to myths than Big Foot. Luckily, the experts of Cummins Restorations are here to lay those myths to rest once and for all!
In order to best maintain and use your chimney, it’s important to understand these various parts and how they all operate together.
Read our spring cleaning tips to keep your chimney in tip top shape after the long winter, and in working order for the upcoming Fall!
Learning how and when to clean your chimney can prevent unwelcome situations from occurring – such as smelly interiors and chimney fires.
Wondering what happens when wood fireplaces don’t get clean? The experts at Cummins Restorations are here to enlighten you.
Chimneys provide heat and a sense of comfort to your home, especially during the cold months. But, before you start burning your wood or gas fireplace this year, it may be time for scheduled chimney cleaning. Even if you have not used the chimney much this year, it’s recommended to get an inspection once a […]
Many homeowners don’t know that furnaces, water heaters, and boilers have chimneys, or flues. The flue carries the gases and combustion safely outside the house. While there are many types of chimneys, they all protect the home from the danger of fire and gas buildup. Regular maintenance and inspection ensures the chimney has not deterioration […]