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Do you have a smelly chimney or fireplace? Read our blog to learn about the causes of and solutions to chimney odor.


https://newbuckchimney.com/what-causes-chimney-odors/
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New Buck Chimney Services has over 15 years of experience in the chimney industry, an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau, and an A rating from Angie’s List. In addition, they are members of the National Chimney Sweep Guild and are the only company…
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For many homeowners with fireplace systems, fire prevention is a major concern. While properly maintained fireplaces will have a number of safety measures in place to prevent sparks and embers from getting near any other potentially flammable materials,…
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After playing host to roaring fires all winter long, most homeowners view the summer as the off season for their fireplace. After removing the ashes and wiping down the doors, the fireplace fades from the focal point of a room to another unused…
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As chimney masonry specialists, we at New Buck Chimney Services are often asked to explain some of the terms we use in our work. Tuckpointing always comes up in our customers’ questions. Used to repair old or damaged mortar, the term tuckpointing can also…
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Combustion can be slow or fast depending on the amount of oxygen available.  Getting a more solid grasp on the combustion process will enable you to get the most out of your heating investment.
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