We were having a leakage issue in our basement that was due to moisture in our chimney. The frigid Chicago weather has caused quite a havoc this winter. Lindemann was able to diagnose the problem and ... - Steve M. (Chicago, IL)
My experience with Lindemann was excellent. They came out and did what no one else could. Mine was a smoke issue. After having a fire the entire house would smell of smoke. I could have hung pork bell... - Frank F. (Mount Prospect, IL)
These guys are great! We had our chimney inspected/cleaned by Jim who was extremely knowledgeable and super nice! Definitely recommend these guys! And free wood with the chimney cleaning! Super! ... - Steve S. (Chicago, IL)
Did you know that burning embers from a fire can stay dormant for days, even weeks after the fire has been extinguished? If oxygen is introduced, this debris can easily flare back-up causing a small fire or worse. For this reason, it is important to know how to safely dispose of the leftover ashes. Below we examine some proper ways to handle ash debris as well as important hazards to avoid.
Did you know that Lindemann Chimney Supply not only offers superior chimney cleaning services but also hearth accessories? We carry a robust line of ash buckets, fireplace tool sets and even ash boxes all designed to help you easily and safely remove the debris from your hearth. The next time your service technician visits, ask them what products they suggest for safer ash handling.