Chimney sweep professionals from Adams Chimney Specialist LLC will always treat our customer’s homes with the utmost respect when performing all chimney sweeps, inspections, or repairs. We will only sweep chimneys that actually need to be cleaned.
We only inspect and sweep chimney flues of the following:
Pellet or Wood-Burning Only
- Masonry Fireplace Chimneys
- Factory-Built Chimneys
- Free-Standing Wood Stoves
- Wood Stove Inserts
- Zero-Clearance Wood Stoves
- Pellet Stoves
Chimney Sweep Rates
- Masonry or Factory-Built Chimney Sweeping: $225 per chimney flue + tax
- Masonry or Factory-Built Chimney Sweeping: $425 for two chimney flues at the same location only + tax
- (Masonry or Factory-Built) and Wood Stove Chimney Sweeping: $450 for two chimney flues at the same location only + tax
- Zero-Clearance Wood Stove, Free-Standing Wood Stove, and Wood Stove Inserts With Liner Chimney Sweeping: $250 per stove + tax
- Zero-Clearance Wood Stove, Free-Standing Wood Stove, and Wood Stove Inserts With Liner Chimney Sweeping: $475 for two wood stoves at the same location only + tax
- Pellet Stove Chimney Sweeping: $350 per stove + tax
- Residential Furnace Masonry Chimney Sweeping: $500 – $1,000 per furnace flue + tax
- Commercial Furnace Masonry Chimney Sweeping: $1,000 – $1,500 per furnace flue + tax
- Non-EPA-Certified Wood Stove Insert or Free-Standing Wood Stove Removal: $500 + tax
Please Note: Prices are for the local metropolitan area only. Add $100 – $500 outside of the Vancouver/Portland metropolitan area for travel time and expenses. Call for more detailed prices. Payments are due at the time of our services provided above. Also, we charge a 4% transaction fee on all card payments.
Our Chimney Sweeping Process
Why Sweep My Chimney?
You should sweep your chimney regularly to remove creosote from the lining of the flue.
Creosote is a highly flammable residue that builds up over time from combustion in your chimney. Chimneys should be swept when any noticeable creosote build-up occurs. The Chimney Safety Institute of America claims that as little as ¼” of buildup is enough to cause a chimney fire capable of damaging the chimney or spreading to the home. Sweeping your chimney also reduces the risk of carbon monoxide poisoning in your home. Creosote is black or brown in appearance and it can be crusty and flaky, tar-like, drippy and sticky, or shiny and hardened.
Facts About Chimney Sweeping
PREVENT FIRES: CLEAN YOUR CHIMNEY REGULARLY! In 2005, there were 62,000 heating-related home fires, resulting in 607 deaths, 1,550 injuries, and $900 million in property damage (NFPA) National Fire Protection Association.
How often do I need to clean my chimney?
The National Fire Protection Association recommends cleaning and inspection of chimneys at least once a year, more if you use your fireplace regularly. This applies to both wood-burning and gas fireplaces! Even if you do not use your fireplace, your chimney should still be cleaned and inspected as animals may build nests in the flue.
Adams Chimney Specialist LLC provides the best chimney cleaning and chimney repairs in the area.
Call today for a quote on chimney cleanings and repairs or click the link below to book an appointment now.
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