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Early fall is the perfect time to make sure your chimney is in good shape so that you can enjoy warm and safe fires all winter long. When your chimney and its components are damaged, it can be a dangerous safety hazard. One of the most important parts of…

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If you have a prefabricated fireplace and chimney, you most likely have a chase built around the chimney to hide the metal pipes. Since the Chimney Safety Institute of America (CSIA) recommends that keeping water out of the chimney and the chase is…

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You have had your chimney swept and inspected and cleaned your fireplace front, but you still feel like you need to update your hearth to be completely prepared for your first fire this fall. Not only does Ashbusters offer a wide variety of fireplaces,…

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If you are looking forward to the day when you can light the first fire in your fireplace this fall, you need to be sure that any necessary repairs that could cause your chimney to be unsafe are completed before fall arrives. Fall is our busiest season at…

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To keep your fireplace and chimney working safely, you must keep up with some important chimney maintenance tasks. One of these tasks is an annual professional chimney sweeping, which is essential before you light the first fire of the year to get all of…

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We are sure you have noticed the weather getting warmer and the daffodils blooming around the Charleston area. It is clear that spring is almost here, and, for many people, spring is a time to take care of home maintenance tasks. One of these tasks is to…

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Many homebuyers list a good fireplace as a desired option, which adds thousands of dollars of value to a home. Maintaining your chimney is not only important for your safety, but it also makes a lot of financial sense. Neglecting chimney and fireplace…

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Masonry chimneys are built to last a lifetime, but the bricks and mortar can become damaged over the years from being constantly exposed to the elements of weather. All of the water from rain and melted ice and snow can weaken masonry materials over time…

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Although masonry chimneys are built to last for a lifetime, the bricks and mortar do suffer from erosion damage over the years. This type of damage can be accelerated by water penetration and quickly lead to extensive structural damage, and this is why…

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Your chimney system consists of several important components that keep your chimney functioning safely and effectively, and one of these components is a chimney cap. Without a chimney cap, your chimney is vulnerable to animal intrusions and water leaks.…
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