Creosote is a type of black or brown residue formed from wood burning in a chimney - if there is an excess of creosote, it could become a fire hazard. Depending on the usage, chimneys and fireplaces should be inspected at least once a year to ensure home safety.
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Recently Reviewed Lake Ronkonkoma Chimney or Fireplace
We are happy with the work they did on our house. They came when they said they would and finished the work when they said they would.
Explained everything and were very pleasant
They took pride in their workmanship too.
My 65 year old home had a chimney whose bricks were breaking down above the roofline along with a small leak with the flashing. Krolicki was able to quote the work based on a photo (they verified in person later)...
The existing chimney was crumbling due to brick failure.
Krolicki Masonary rebuilt the chimney, and cleaned up after the job was complete.