Flower Mound, TX (PRWEB) March 07, 2013
While winter winds down, First Choice Chimney encourages homeowners to get their fireplaces and chimneys cleaned.
For First Choice Chimney, this is a busy time of year for chimney cleaning. Spring weather in Texas can change; one day it's warm, and the next it's cool enough to light a fire. It’s also the time of year when a lot of homeowners get their chimneys cleaned and ready for next winter. Currently, First Choice Chimney also has a Spring Cleaning Special.
Chimneys and Fireplaces can be a beautiful focal point in a home, but a functional fire place also needs to be safe. According to the Chimney Safety Institute of America, approximately 27,000 house fires start in chimneys or fireplaces. These fires can be easily be prevented by having chimneys and fireplaces regularly inspected and cleaned. Over time and with use, deposits can build up in the chimney’s flue, causing blockages. These blockages can allow poisonous gasses to enter into the room.
It is recommended that chimneys should be swept once a year, and if there is heavy use, or a coal burning appliance, sweeping should be about every six months. First Choice Chimney not only inspects, but will clean the entire system and remove creosote. Right now, First Choice is offering a Spring Cleaning Special. For $129, they will clean an entire system from top to bottom, making chimneys and fireplaces safe and homeowners worry-free.
Call 817-791-4606 to make an appointment.
About the company:
First Choice Chimney Sweep offers a wide variety of chimney and fireplace products and services to accommodate all Installation, Restoration, and Maintenance needs. Simply put, their professional staff provides the very best chimney care available. The pride they take in their craft is reflected in the quality of their workmanship. First Choice Chimney Sweeps assure fast, reliable service performed in a friendly and courteous manner. Their company is fully insured, with a $1 million liability policy for protection. They follow the guidelines set forth by the Chimney Safety Institute of America for all chimney installation, cleaning, and inspections. For more information, please visit their website at http://www.firstchoicechimney.net.