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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Masonry & Bricklaying, Chimney Build & Repair, Tuck Pointing
Red Robin Masonry is a division of Red Robin Home Solutions Corp...Read more Walter Townshend & Sons Chimneys is in its 5th generation of service serving the GTA. For well over 80 years the name Walter T...Read more Whether you are looking to fill in a small window , parge a foundation wall, rebuild a chimney or have a brickwork addition ad...Read more Award Winning Specialists!416-236-8721A&A Masonry is an award-winning Toronto based firm specializing in almost everything ext...Read more Internal waterproofing, masonry & bricklaying, tuckpointing, parging, chimney rebuild and repair, concrete, stone porches and ...Read more
Recently Reviewed Toronto Chimney or Fireplace
Dave of Red Robin Masonry was at my home within a day of contacting Red Robin to check out my chimney. Professional and honest work. I highly recommend. Thank you Dave.
I was incredibly impressed with the level of professionalism and customer service Walter and his sons provided us. The install was fast and friendly and my family and I are really thrilled with the result. It's a beautiful fireplace that...
Bought an older house in Etobicoke that needed some significant fixes. Got referred to Ronnie and he did not disappoint.
Gave us honest advice, helped us with pricing, and suggested a couple solutions that saved us money and made improvements...