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At Lindemann Chimney Service, we are seeing more and more of our customers requesting a direct vent gas fireplace. They are quickly becoming one of the most popular gas fireplace options on the market today. Homeowners are discovering how the direct vent gas fireplace can meet their needs while offe...read more
Frigid backdrafts, animal nest blockages and cracks in the chimney flue, can all be damaging tolls that winter puts on your home’s chimney system. While the symptoms may be hard to notice at first, but if left unaddressed they can lead to costly, time-consuming repairs. By completing just a few...read more
The holiday season is a wonderful season of celebration and quality time spent with family. Stockings are hung, cookies are frosted, and gifts are exchanged. This time of year also presents the perfect opportunity to put the fireplace to good use keeping the home toasty during the winter months. Its...read more
Few things can make a fireplace less enjoyable then when it billows with smoke anytime you start a fire. Not only does the smoke make it hard to breath, it also can permeate an obnoxious odor into the living space and leave a film of soot when it settles. A smoky fireplace, although frustrating, is ...read more
There is nothing more important to you than your family’s safety and well-being. You want to know that the environment provided for them is not only enjoyable and comfortable but also free of hidden dangers that could harm them. For this reason, it is important to always ensure your home’s firep...read more
The year’s Fire Prevention Week campaign runs from October 4-10. As the longest running public health and safety observance on record, this national event provides a great reminder of the importance of fire prevention. What began as a commemoration of the Great Chicago Fire of 1871 has today becom...read more
Do you live in an older home – one that was built 60 years ago or more? If so, it is important to make sure that your chimney is lined. Especially if you haven’t had it swept in the past, you may be unaware of both the state of the chimney and whether or not it is lined. Although building ...read more