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As long as your fire is burning, substances are produced and pushed through the chimney system. Creosote, soot, particulate pollution, and toxic gases are some of these substances, although to us, it just looks like smoke. Creosote and soot coat the…
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If you’re like most of Northern California, you are gearing up for winter weather. As fall leaves begin to turn, it is the best time to prepare for fire burning season, and you can get a jump start by scheduling your chimney sweep today. Beat the Fall…
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It is almost time for winter, and you don’t want to be caught in the cold with a damaged, dirty, or otherwise unsafe furnace. The best way to keep your family and property safe is to have your heat systems professionally cleaned and assessed before fall.…
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Even the most seasoned campers avoid the dangerously buggy spring months, and the muggy, hot summer months. Fall is the favorite time to camp, and you can be prepared if you start now. The ‘Rite’ Gear White Glove’s House of Fire is not only fireplaces! We…
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When you’re looking for a grill, especially this late into summer, you want one that will make it worth your while. By choosing a multi-functional grill with a limited lifetime warranty, you are getting the best grill on the market! The Safire Kamado: The…
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When a fire burns, there are natural byproducts that flow up and out of your chimney system. Included among the smoke, microscopic particles, and water vapors, is soot and creosote. Like soot, creosote is a black, powdery substance that can coat your flue…
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Of all the parts that keep your chimney working properly, the chimney crown is one of the most important. It not only keeps the chimney dry, inside and out but also determines the health and life of your chimney. Unfortunately, the crown is often…
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Warm weather has arrived, and summer is around the corner. Children are out of school, so there are more bodies in the house. It’s hot, but you may avoid switching on the air conditioning because it costs so much in utilities. You may not know there’s an…
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A chimney is built to last. In fact, it should be standing long after your home, but it may not be functional. Even strong, well-constructed masonry can be damaged by water. Water penetration is the most damaging thing that can happen to your chimney…
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While you plan your spring cleaning, auto maintenance, and decluttering, don’t forget your dryer vent. The reason for this necessary maintenance every year is largely for safety and longevity. Your car will last longer if maintained. It’s the same with…
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