Chimney Care

A 4-post collection

Precautions to Take When Burning Wood

Taking precautions for wood burning safety is an absolute must when you have a fireplace or wood stove in your home. No matter if you use it as your main heat source or as a supplemental heat source to lower utility bills, there is a potential for the unthinkable to »

Chimney Cleaning: A DIY Project or Hire a Professional

Chimney cleaning and maintenance is a must to keep your home and family safe. Regardless if you have a wood burner, pellet stove, gas fireplace, or other appliances that exhausts through a chimney system, the particles it gives off will build up over time. This build-up is called creosote and »

Anti-Creo-Soot: The industry standard for modifying glazed creosote

While there is no replacement for having your chimney annually swept, using Anti-Creo-Soot (or ACS) will improve the safety and efficiency in your wood or coal burning stoves, furnaces, boilers, fireplaces, and pellet stoves. Anti-Creo-Soot is a safe, non-toxic advanced catalytic manganese formula that is non-flammable, non-corrosive, and leaves less »