All-Serv is a
Full-Service Chimney and Vent Cleaning Company

Employees begin pressure washing a home as part of a professional cleaning service

To some this looks dangerous but ladder on roof is secure with roof staging system. Really secure. Safety 1st

Since 1985 All-Serv Chimney Service has been inspecting, cleaning, repairing, relining, and installing hearth products as well as performing dryer vent cleaning and service. Our emphasis is on fire safety with a “no mess” professional chimney and dryer vent service guarantee. With over 11,000 chimneys cleaned and countless dryer vents serviced, All-Serv Chimney Service experience is immeasurable. Stay safe and warm with our professional chimney and dryer vent cleaning.

We Offer

  • Chimney Cleaning/ Chimney Sweeping
  • Chimney Inspection
  • Chimney repair
  • Masonry & Crown repair
  • Stainless Steel chimney relining
  • Chimney caps
  • Installations
  • Wood stove & fireplace insert sales & installation
  • Class A chimney replacement
  • Waterproofing
  • Fireplace accessories
  • Dryer vent cleaning
  • Residential & Commercial Service

Why is chimney cleaning or sweeping necessary? The substance that is pictured on the right is called creosote. This substance can burn at temperatures up to 2100 degrees Fahrenheit and can have the same ignition temperature as a piece of paper.

Chimney flues are meant to contain exhaust gasses, not combustion. Cleaning a chimney removes this dangerous material so the chimney contains no fuel that could ignite. Chimney fires can sound like a freight train (free burning), or they can smolder and go almost unnoticed by the occupants of the home (slow burning). In either case, a chimney fire is potentially hazardous.

Fire can spread to the home, or the chimney can do its job and protect the home, but it is irreparably damaged in the process. Other factors such as bird’s nest, inadequate clearance to combustibles and pyrolyzed house framing can contribute to structural chimney-related fires. These factors are equally as important as creosote buildup and are investigated in the course of a thorough chimney inspection. Chimney sweeping primarily refers to the removal of creosote deposits so it is advisable not to disregard “inspections or evaluations” as unimportant.

The Chimney Safety Institute of America and the National Fire Prevention both recommend a yearly chimney inspection to prevent fire hazards. Most American homeowners believe that they only need to have a chimney inspection done if they burn a lot of wood. Our 21 point chimney inspections are not only to check for creosote buildup but to also find any type of deterioration or problems before they become a hazard and/or a very expensive situation. So please contact your professional chimney sweep today to assure a safe and efficient running heating system for your home.

Since 1985 All-Serv Chimney Service has relined over 1,000 chimneys. No two jobs are exactly alike. Sizing these chimney liners properly with the fireplace or wood stove, along with proper installation techniques is crucial for optimal performance. Chimney liners fix damaged & deteriorated flues caused by age, general deterioration & chimney fire damage. Performance benefits of chimney liners are: properly working fireplaces, furnaces & inserts, excellent draft, reduced creosote buildup & safety. All-Serv Chimney Service only installs high-quality UL listed stainless steel chimney liner systems. These chimney liners have a lifetime warranty.

These chimney systems are commonly referred to as: metal or stainless steel chimney pipe, triple-wall chimney or solid-pack chimney. These chimney systems are designed for normal operation flue gas temperature between 300-700°F. Although they have a high temperature degree rating of between 1700-2100°F, this is only for brief periods—in the event there is a chimney fire. Since stainless steel chimney pipes break down at temperatures above 950 degrees, if you’ve had a chimney fire your chimney system has probably experienced temperatures in excess of 1,700 degrees and the system will need to be replaced. Some of these systems are well over 25 years old and have had multiple flue fires and damaged inner liners. Just because your Class A chimney system looks fine on the outside doesn’t mean it is still adequate for use with your fireplace or wood stove.

Here are a few signs that your chimney system has been compromised from high temperatures of a flue fire: rusted or missing chimney cap, rust stains running down the outside of the chimney or chase, rust in the stove or fireplace coming from the flue. If your system shows any of these signs, it is possible that it is time for replacement.

We install Metalbestos, Security, Super Pro, Dura Vent , Dura Tech and Dura Plus chimneys. Please contact All-Serv Chimney Service for an inspection to determine the safety of your chimney system.

Water seeping into a masonry chimney should always try to be prevented. The most common reasons for chimney damage due to water are a cracked deteriorated crown or water soaking into the masonry itself. After the water has soaked into the masonry, considerable damage can occur especially if it freezes. All-Serv offers a 10-year warranty chimney sealer along with tuck pointing and total crown replacement.

Dryer vents are an item in the home that does require maintenance in the form of dryer vent cleaning and service. These out-of-sight, out-of-mind vents can quickly catch on fire without proper cleaning. The unfortunate thing about dryer vents is that they are poorly built and can’t withstand any high temperatures. These vents are placed directly adjacent to combustibles such as framing, walls and floors. A partially clogged dryer vent is not only a fire hazard, but it can also cause damage to the dryer itself. In the US alone over 15,000 dryer vent fires are reported annually. The dryer connector also needs cleaning along with the lint trap. Cleaning the screen/filter in your dryer alone is not adequate and doesn’t substitute for a professional dryer vent cleaning. The connectors themselves can be inadequate and even leak carbon monoxide. You may be wondering about the best way to clean your dryer vent. The answer: Call a professional dryer vent cleaning service such as All-Serv.

Call All-Serv Today – (360) 341-3383