Chimney Inspecting and Chimney Cleaning in Atlanta is Best in Summer!
We’re having record high heats as you read this so you might be wondering how exactly your chimney is important in the summer. While you might be in shorts and flip-flops, your chimney is still working…always ready to keep your home comfortable and protected. It might now be blowing smoke, but it’s definitely storing some residue and it may even be housing some neighborhood birds.
Getting your chimney inspected this summer will have you ready for winter before anyone else since companies like Southern Chimneys start getting really busy around September. The summer months are reserved for smart, proactive homeowners who know to call and take care of things before bookings start to fill up.
Here’s why your chimney inspection should be scheduled in summer:
Think of having your chimney inspected in August like the opposite of a summer vacation…a nice, off-season vacation at Universal Studios or Disney. The lines are shorter, you save time, and you get a little extra attention from the employees in the Goofy suit. Well, Southern Chimneys won’t show up in a dog costume, but we will give you a little extra attention in the summertime. You get the metaphor.
6 Reasons to get your chimney serviced in the summer:
- Easier Appointment – get peace of mind knowing you’re handling things before it’s too late.
- Keep the Critters Out – no, really. You’d be surprised who likes to hang out in an unused chimney.
- Safety – keeping things clean protects you from fire and carbon monoxide poisoning.
- Catch problems early – proactive people don’t have to worry about the extra cost that comes with putting things off.
- Remove the funk (and smoke damage) – believe it or not, that built up residue inside your chimney will produce a smell over time and the more you clean, the less it builds up.
- It’s a mess – You do not want to do this yourself.
Hurry up and call Southern Chimneys! Remember, by September winter bookings start to fill up. Let us get you ready for winter this summer.
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