In this blog post, we will share how Certified Chimney Inspections completed a chimney cap replacement in Boylston, Massachusetts today. We installed a brand new, top-quality stainless steel chimney cap on a customer’s chimney.
There are certain things in our homes that we take for granted until they become problematic. For instance, a chimney may seem like nothing more than a small architectural element, but it serves a significant purpose. It provides warmth and comfort during cold months and adds a touch of charm and character to our homes. However, without regular cleaning and maintenance, the chimney may become the source of some unpleasant surprises. Excess moisture, water damage, trapped debris, and even animals can get into your chimney sometimes.
Chimney Cap Installation
When our technicians arrived at the customer’s house on Lindsey Street in Boylston, they were taken aback by the state of the chimney. The chimney was dirty, the existing chimney cap was broken and it appeared highly unattractive. However, we were confident we could replace their chimney cap and this chimney would get a new lease on life. We removed the old chimney cap, thoroughly cleaned the chimney flue and installed the new cap in no time. Once the installation was complete, it looked like a brand new chimney and the homeowners were delighted.
Installing the new chimney cap serves several useful purposes. First, it prevents moisture from getting into the chimney, as well as leaves and debris. It also prevents animals from crawling inside, like squirrels, birds, and raccoons. Additionally, the new cap helps reduce downdrafts and improve air quality. Not to mention, the chimney cap is made of top-quality stainless steel, so it will last for many years to come.
Our Certified Chimney Inspection technicians made sure this chimney on Lindsey Street in Boylston, Massachusetts was protected from the elements. It was a job well done and the homeowners were thrilled with their new chimney cap.
We hope this blog post highlights the importance of installing chimney caps and the positive impact they can have on your home. If you have any questions or concerns about your chimney, please visit our contact us page.