Birds in my chimney - Lindemann Chimney Service Co.
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  • Birds in my chimney

    Birds in my chimney


    Spring is such a welcoming time of year in the Northern Chicago/Southern Wisconsin area. Animals that were in hibernation wake up to warm sunshine and decent temperatures. Birds migrate north to sing their morning and evening songs. Chimney swifts search out a nice hollow tree or warm chimney to nest in. Did I saw warm chimney? You bet! And once a chimney swift chooses your chimney, you can’t remove them. They are protected under the Federal Migratory Bird Act. You have to wait for them to leave. All of them.

    Chimney Swift

    To prevent chimney swifts and other animals such as squirrels, raccoons and other birds from nesting for months in your chimney, have a chimney cap with a spark arrestor screen installed now. We carry chimney caps for every architectural style in stainless steel and copper. To contact us click here or call us at 847-739-4199.

    A Raccoon Explores a Chimney

    Posted by Karen Stickels Lamansky, author of Design Ideas for Fireplaces, published by Creative Homeowner Press

    By Rob Lindemann

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