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.
Recommended Pros in Lansing, ON
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<b>2012 and 2013 Consumer Choice Award winner</b> for Chimney Services.
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Recently Reviewed Lansing Chimney or Fireplace
Totally happy with the work. The project included the Chimney (coursing, flue, and rain caps) and the Firebox, Damper, Hearth, and some additional brickwork. It took approximately 2 weeks.
The Wilkens team did a great job with a high attention to...
Top Roofers was recommended to me by a couple of neighbours. I had roof shingles fly off my roof during the wind storm, and Bruno of Top Roofers came by to ensure the roof would not leak until his roofers...
Bruno came recommended to me by my neighbour, as she was getting a quote for a new roof. She spoke of him very highly, as friends of hers had Bruno do their roofing, and they were very satisfied. ...