1. Best tips for chimneys that are safer

      Best tips for chimneys that are safer Before you retire for the night be sure embers are correctly put-out. Maintain flues and chimneys clean and well kept. For those who have recently exposed or or just around to begin to make use of a fireplace, ensure a competent person inspects it. Use hardwoods only when combusting wood. Never burn cardboard containers or waste papers. Inspect your chimney…Read More

  2. To gas or not to gas… Is it even a question?

    A gas fireplace certainly has its pros and cons. While millions of Americans around the country are warming their feet by the fire when it gets cold out, one can't help but to wonder how we came to where we are now - the age of remote controlled fireplace. Don't get us wrong, we love a gas fireplace like the next guy does, but, there is something about the smell of dried mesquite burning in a bric…Read More

  3. What the US can learn about British sweeps?

    What the United States of America can learn-as hearth divisions in Britain prepare homeowners about fireplace fires You may think that of all areas that understand the worth of a well-kept masonry, the list would be topped by the Uk. In the end, it had been in 16th century Britain the tendency of chimneys and hearths actually found on. However, despite the fact that headstart, fireplace fires stay…Read More

  4. Dryer Vent Safety

    Clothes dryers make goodhousemag' Your Home Down' list Great House Keeping, using assistance from Lorraine Carli of the National Fire-Protection Association, this week released a vital report titled, "8 Negative Routines That May Burn Your Home Down." On the list will be the usual suspects: overuse of electrical cords wires, strolling on the range from meals, packing devices together, while an err…Read More

  5. How to avoiding a fire

      What the United States of America can learn-as hearth divisions in Britain prepare homeowners about fireplace fires 2015 , June 9 You may think that of all areas that understand the worth of a well-kept masonry, the list would be topped by the Uk. In the end, it had been in 16th century Britain the tendency of chimneys and hearths actually found on. However, despite the fact that headstart, fir…Read More

  6. Chimney Swifts

    Swifts really are a species that is protected. That indicates home-owners who are not considering hosting the fowl can-not eliminate the birds themselves and locate the creatures within their fireplaces. The Chimney Safety Institute of the National Chimney-Sweep Guild and America have encouraged all people to do-right by our feathery, bug-eating buddies, which make their return for this this seaso…Read More

  7. Animal Stuck in Dryer Vent?

    Animal in clothes dryer or your fireplace exhaust port? Your house is welcoming through the springtime -- to all kinds of critters -- other critters as well as fowl. Nasties want to really go indoors while a lot people are ready to go outside after a cold weather. We are able to inform from web site research engines, networking places that are social and tweets that home-owners have this issue. Fo…Read More

  8. It is tough to think -- till you notice the leaves on the trees have started shifting colours. Autumn is right around the corner. The fireplace of your house is not difficult to overlook. Daily it is not employed, as well as for a lot of folks it is been an after-thought since before or May. Masonry and the hearth are ignored before the minute they are wanted. Do not allow that negligence change i…Read More

  9. Masonry Test

      Masonry Test: Don't offer your fireplace the cold shoulder; have it inspected today! The Chimney Safety Institute of America is moving away a public awareness effort, starting before National Chimney Safety Week, to provide homeowners with details and assets therefore we could reduce the number of undesirable chimney shoots during the 201415 warming season. Some 24,000 shoots associated to the …Read More

  10. Chimney Sweep CSIA goes on the road

    Our information is taken by CSIA on the road The Chimney Safety Institute of America enjoys relationships that are amazing that have many organizations, which we phone our associated trades. These companies help us get to most people via those on the front line out our safety message - whether that be someone, a fireman, or a home inspector in the hearth business. At high-level events, we'll be pr…Read More