Chimney Liner Requirements Explained by Office of the State Building Inspector

The following is a correspondence from the Office of State Building Inspector referred to as interpretation No. 1-22-03. The State Building Code clarified with a formal interpretation of the requirements regarding chimneys and vents for oil and gas fired mechanical installations. So lets review some common situations you may run into. An existing interior chimney […]

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Carbon Monoxide Poisoning, It’s Dangers, and how a reline is The Best Fix!

Lets first start by stating some important facts. The chimney in your home is one of the most overlooked yet important components when considering your families safety. In short, your chimney is responsible for taking all the dangerous items of combustion including but not limited to carbon monoxide poisoning. Carbon monoxide poisoning is extremely dangerous […]

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How Often Should I Sweep My Chimney

Chimney Champs is everyone’s favorite chimney and masonry company. We are home of the $99 sweep! For just $99 get any type of flue swept and inspected. The National Fire Prevention Association [NFPA] every flue should be inspected once a year for proper functionality and to ensure it is free from defect. “Chimneys, fireplaces, and […]

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All About Your Chimney

A masonry chimney is built and designed to vent harmful items of combustion created by your heating appliances like a furnace or fireplace. The actual part of the chimney that contains and vents these items of combustion are the terra cotta flue tiles. Without these flue tiles your appliances would destroy the chimney from the […]

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24 Hour Emergency Service for All of CT!

Did you know what almost 25,000 people were treated for Carbon Monoxide poisoning last year? With winter being here whether you burn solid fuels or use a heating appliance it is very important to keep your chimney’s swept and inspected. Unfortunately, sometimes you can still run into problems from a simple clog to a collapse […]

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