As much as you moan about the colder months, you gotta love cozying up by the fireplace and the soothing smell of a roaring fire. That aroma is a little less consoling, however, when you still smell it three weeks later. You don't really know, because you don't know much about your chimney, do you? Do you know what cresote is? It's a product of inefficient wood burning that builds up inside your chimney. Left unchecked, it could potentially ignite. Fires in a fireplace are great. Fires in your chimney...not so much.
The team at Eko Fresh Cleaning
are experts at cleaning chimneys and combine the latest in techniques and equipment with good old-fashioned ethics and values...and very reasonable prices. They are committed to safety and your satisfaction.
Eko Fresh Cleaning
wants to sweep you off your feet and right now, they're offering a Great Deal! You'll receive a certified chimney sweep for just $89! They'll inspect your chimney and use brushes to remove the cresote and restore proper function of your chimney...and they won't leave behind a mess, which you seem to do every time you start a fire. So call them today, and go back to enjoying the smell of a fire when you're actually having one!
What You Should Know About Cleaning Your Fireplace and Chimney:
• A complete chimney cleaning from bottom to top can cost between $150 to $200... and up.
• A good chimney cleaner will cover surrounding areas of your fireplace-- including hearth, nearby carpeting and more-- so you don't have to worry about cleaning up a sooty mess afterward.
• Fire safety officials recommend cleaning your fireplace and chimney at least once per year.
Valid for residential customers is Cobb, Fulton, DeKalb, and Gwinnett Counties.
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