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12/22/2014
By: Robyn E.
RoofTop Chimney Service & Dryer Vent Cleaning
Called Rooftop for dryer vent cleaning after using a Mom & Pop vent cleaners that only made my vents worse by packing in the lint instead of taking it out! Was super pleased with Rooftops' professionalism, thoroughness, and price. I would recommend to anyone. I've had a new dryer that hasn't dried correctly for almost two years! It's now back to working great! Appliance repairman said the dryer kept shutting off to keep from catching all the lint on fire that was clogging the vent. I will now put vent cleaning on my yearly home to do list! Thanks Rooftop Chimney Services!
06/22/2015
By: Pat C.
RoofTop Chimney Service & Dryer Vent Cleaning
I highly recommend using Rooftop Chimney Services. They repaired a leak in our roof where the roof meets the chimney. They also cleaned the chimney and patched up some cracks in the inside ceramic walls. They were prompt, kept their appointments, were professional and friendly, and did a great job. I highly recommend them.
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02/16/2017
By: Cyndi V.
RoofTop Chimney Service & Dryer Vent Cleaning
Mike did an awesome job cleaning my dryer vent!! Highly recommend this company!! It's like having a new dryer again!
Tips & Advices
As part of regular home maintenance, you can look for signs up build-up or debris accumulating in a fireplace. n addition to practicing safe wood burning and cleaning the in-home structure, you can also use a flashlight on occasion to inspect for any obvious cracks or blockage. Strong smells emanating from the fireplace when not in use may be an indication of the need to consult with a professional who can handle the broader inspection and any major issues that arise from it.
It can be dangerous not to have your chimney inspected from the interior, since only a licensed professional can detect things like creosote build-up or a defective damper. Failing to address such issues can, at the very least, reduce the efficiency of airflow within your home, and at worst, lead to a fire.
Most inspectors are called chimney cleaning professionals these days, but the term chimney sweep traditionally refers to the person who evaluates the flue, damper and roof, and then cleans them from the inside. A certified chimney sweep will also inspect your fireplace and the room in which it operates, checking for any structural inefficiencies or signs of leakage. When looking to hire a chimney cleaner, it’s best to seek one who is certified by the CSIA or NCSG.
A chimney flue is essentially a duct that runs from the fireplace to the top of the chimney, helping convey the gas and heat out of the home. It must be properly sealed in order to protect the home and withstand the exhaust that passes through.
The damper is the device that seals the chimney shut when it is not in use. It usually operates as a small flap inside the flue, helping retain warm air and insulate the home, even when there is no fire going.

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