Chimney Sweep Story for Kids

Hey kids! Do you know what a chimney sweep does? Below is a chimney sweep story to explain. The job of the chimney sweep is to remove soot, blockages and built-up creosote from your fireplace and chimney. Creosote is a highly flammable substance that builds up inside your chimney or liner as a result of burning wood. So, remember to be safe whenever you are around a burning fire!

A Fun, Little Chimney Sweep Story

We want to share with you this chimney sweep story, just for fun. Enjoy!

Chimney Sweep Story for Kids

Annual Chimney Cleaning and Inspection

Hey parents! By having your chimney swept and inspected annually by a CSIA Certified Chimney Sweep, you can:

  • Catch Potential Fire Hazards
  • Remove Flammable Creosote Deposits
  • Remove Smelly Creosote
  • Catch water damage before it results in costly damage to the chimney structure or makes its way into your home.

Ensure the safety of your family this season as you enjoy a warm fire. Doctor Flue will return your calls promptly, answer your questions thoroughly, treat you with respect and exhaust all possible options for solving your heating system needs.

We will show up on time, protect and respect your property, and offer a fair price for superior products and superior services. Our technicians are constantly growing, adapting, and learning new innovative ways to serve you. We consistently acquire the latest training, products and technology.

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Call Doctor Flue

If it's time for your annual chimney cleaning contact us today! Doctor Flue offers chimney services in Michigan and Ohio and can inspect your chimney and identify any potential risks. We’ll get you set up right away so you can have peace of mind that your family is safe.


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