Chimney Repair Tuscaloosa

With the best warranties in the industry, it’s no surprise why over the past 30 years of business we have had thousands of happy customers.

Chimney Repair and Inspections Tuscaloosa

With over thirty years of experience, Sootmaster Chimney Repair Tuscaloosahas been providing exceptional chimney services such as sweeping, inspection, water leak repair and prevention, flashing, and tuckpointing. With our experienced and certified team, we take pride in our work, That’s why we provide the best warranties in the industry. Below is a full list of services, please give us a call today at (205)956-1900

Sootmaster Chimney Repair Tuscaloosa Services

In addition to the recommend yearly sweep and inspection, we also offer a variety of expert services.

  • Fireplace repairs: Our chimney Repair, cleanings, and Sweeps are done by CSIA-trained workers. Our team carries all of the most common lock-top dampers, chimney caps, and flue liners on their vans in case a repair is needed. That way, we can do the repair on the same day.
  • Fireplace Installations: Our Chimney Repair Tuscaloosa team is comprised of skilled in fireplace installations such as ash dump doorswood stoves, and other local chimney services.
  • Water Leak Repairs: Water damage is the most common problem we repair in chimneys. If not fixed immediately, it can become worse and more expensive. We use FlashSeal, the best sealant in the market which completely stops the leak. Chimney caps and dampers can also stop the water from entering. You can be confident that we will fix your water leak problems because you don’t have to pay until the next big rain without a leak. Unlike other companies who will come out time and time again, we will only need one trip to stop the issue.
  • Animal Removal: Bats, birds, or raccoons, may take shelter in your flue system and bring babies with them. Not only can they destroy your chimney, but they may also enter your home and transfer respiratory disease through their waste. Tuscaloosa’s Sootmaster team only practices humane animal removal. We can keep the animals out with a lock-top damper at the top of the flue lining.
  • Smoke Issues: If your fireplace is not drafting properly, the smoke is coming into your lungs and affecting your health. Our technicians are skilled in diagnosing the cause of the draft problem. Reducing the height of the chimney can prevent smoke from entering your home, so we may install a Smoke Guard to help it flow properly. Our chimney doctors can protect the health of your family and keep your chimney system drafting correctly.
  • Masonry Repairs: Sootmaster Chimney Repair Tuscaloosa provides a variety of masonry chimney repairs including tuckpointingchimney flue repairflue relining, and more.
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Cracked Crown on Your Chimney?

On a chimney, the crown is located across the top of the chimney. It is a solid cover that sits on the highest points of your chimney. Designed to be strong and perform well over a long period of time. Even though, over-time all structures start to fall. There are numerous reasons for cracks to form in the crown. Chimneys are continually exposed to the elements and become damaged from snow, rain, sunlight, and freeze-thaw stages. It is significantly important to repair any cracks or splits in a smokestack before any harm occurs. Indications of a Damages Chimney Crown Cracking: Visible cracks in the concrete forming the crown can be filled or sealed, if they are still relatively small. Larger cracks might need more extensive repair. Falling flue tiles: notice small lumps of tiles...

Hurricane Season: Protect Your Home

As the temperature rises, summer closes in. Brace yourself, this is also the same time that hurricanes frequent the lower eastern coast of America. Fortunately for you, our service areas cover a considerable area of the east coast. Hurricane season, which starts on July 1st and ends on November 30th, usually brings menacing storms that have the potential to cause major damage. We have some tips and advice for you this hurricane season to help you protect your home. Rain and water are some of the most corrosive materials, especially when unattended for long periods of time. Chimney leaks are one of the most common issues we find when performing a chimney inspection. Chimney leaks can cause mold inside the chimney, which causes a foul odor and is harmful to breathe. A water leak can also...
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Prepare for Major Storms

When a major storm hits your area, you may encounter some structural damage in your home, including to your chimney. While chimneys are normally able to withstand the elements, they are not indestructible. The fierce winds, heavy rain, and flying debris associated with hurricanes can cause both surface and structural damage to chimneys, and the full degree of the wreck can be hard to observe with an undeveloped eye or without exceptional hardware. Chimney damage is not always simple to identify. In the event that we don't know what precisely to pay attention to, in any case basic issues may appear straightforward corrective deformities. Indications of tempest harm to a workmanship smokestack may incorporate block pieces or full blocks lying on the ground or on the rooftop, new breaks in...
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Soundproofing a Chimney, Simple and Easy.

Acoustics, the room format is most important while recording or even everyday living if you have noisy neighbors. Like any other object in a studio, room, or home, Chimneys have a noticeable effect on soundproofing. Sound Proofing the Chimney Wall Chimney breast, the portion of a chimney that protrudes from a wall to accommodate a fireplace, don't require much insulation compared to the rest of a room, due to being heavy in mass with firebricks and often an air gap between the chimney and whatever it on the other side of that wall. To finish soundproofing, there are two steps one must do. We now focus on the alcoves of the chimney, as the breast itself is made to be functional and already offers some good resistance. The alcoves are the areas around...

Chimney Storm Preparation!

The weather is the enemy of the home, and the chimney is no exception. There are many ways natural disasters can end, and they tend to live up to their name; in other words, if you aren't prepared, things will be disastrous. So, no matter the weather, here's a helpful guide on keeping your chimney standing and well. Hurricanes, Rainstorms, & Tropical Storms Hurricanes, be they called Tropical cyclones or Typhoons, are not too demanding on you for set up. Any advice will also apply to Tropical Storms or Rainstorms so if you are in a rainy region, listen up. First, the fireplace, search the firebox for any cracks, gaps, or other signs of wear. Water is the villain for both architecture and engineering, and if there is one thing, these storms will be throwing its water. Mend any issues...
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Hurricane Damage?

We all know the damages leftover from hurricanes and flooding. Tropical storms and hurricanes bring high winds that can tear up chimney flashing, chimney caps, and chimney crowns and influence the bricks to chip. While stacks are normally sufficiently able to withstand the awful climate, they additionally have higher exposure to them. Strong winds joined with a hefty downpour, and debris made both surface and basic harm to structures including rooftops and chimneys. Along with bringing down trees and powerlines, strong storms often damage chimneys. Sitting at the top of the roof, the chimney is especially vulnerable to damage from heavy rain and high winds. We have even seen chimneys that were struck by lightning. The severe wind combined with the saturated ground can cause a chimney to...
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Tips on Winter Fireplace Chimney Sweeps

The warmth of a lively, sparkling, and crackling fire is what everyone looks forward to during the winter season. If you have a fireplace that can withstand enough heat and a chimney to boot, you are lucky. But this dream sequence could quickly turn into a nightmare if you do not use the services of a professional fireplace chimney sweep. Short of that, there are some other things you can do to ensure your fire is safe and satisfying. Here are some tips for that. Tips to Maximize the Efficiency and Lifespan of Your Fireplace and Chimney   Use Well-seasoned Wood Well-seasoned wood means it was cut and given time to dry. Softwood like pine can take an average of six months to dry while hardwood like oak can take up to two years. Do not burn wood that is not seasoned. Unseasoned wood leads...
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Chimney Fire Prevention Tips

Your home, your family, and yourself are the top priority when it comes to safety. Chimney fires are no exception on this. If you are going to use your fireplace and chimney, then you need to be aware of some chimney fire prevention tips that could save you and those you love. Below are some helpful tips. Use proper fuel Make sure the wood is seasoned and when choosing a type of wood, go for a hardwood like oak, maple, or ash. A few logs of greenwood can build creosote thick enough to start a chimney fire. Proper installation Your wood stove or furnace must be installed properly and by a professional. This is to ensure there is proper distance between the flammable parts and the non-combustible parts of the heating system. A wood stove’s chimney must...
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Preparation for Hurricane Season

Hurricanes are no joke for the southern states, especially along the coastline. With hurricanes, there will be structural damage to the home and the chimney. Chimneys are normally able to withstand the elements, they are not indestructible. Fierce winds, heavy rains, and flying debris associated with hurricanes can cause surface and structural damage to chimneys. The degree of the wreck can be hard to observe with an unexperienced eye or without exceptional hardware. Chimney damages are not always simple to identify. In the event that we do not know what precisely to pay attention to, basic issues may appear straightforward corrective deformities. Indications of harm to a smokestack may include block pieces or full blocks lying on the ground or on the rooftop, new breaks in the...
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Benefits of A Lock-Top Damper

What is a damper? A fireplace damper is normally located at least 8 inches above the firebox opening. The damper acts as a door separating the chimney and the inside of your home, allowing the smoke to exit when open. When the damper is closed, it prevents downdrafts from entering your home. Are you aware of what kind of damper you have on your chimney? If not, it is worth it to find out because your leaky throat damper could be costing you hundreds of dollars a year in energy loss. Read more below to find out why and what you can do to prevent this. Problems with Traditional Throat Dampers Traditional dampers were designed for times when energy was not nearly as expensive as today. These throat dampers cause several problems because they are made completely out of metal. Throat dampers...

Explore Tuscaloosa

Tuscaloosa is full of places to explore. So while we’re working on your chimney, grab some grub, watch a game, or view the sites. Check out Tuscaloosa!

Bryant Denny Stadium

“Picture this…four video scoreboards and a roaring crowd of nearly 100,077 fans chanting “Rooooolllll Tide, Roll.” Where are you? That’s right; you’re at Bryant-Denny Stadium, home of the Alabama Crimson Tide since 1929 and the winners of 18 national championships. The recording of former coach Bear Bryant’s voice is broadcast throughout the stadium. The University of Alabama’s “Million Dollar Band” of around 400 truly sounds like a million dollars, as they lead the crowd into the Alabama fight song, “Yea Alabama,” the fans can’t help but show their team spirit. In the final minute of a football game when there is no question that Alabama has whipped its opponent the Million Dollar Band leads the crowd into the “Rammer Jammer Cheer.”

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Alabama Museum of Natural History

“For more than 150 years, the Alabama Museum of Natural History has celebrated Alabama’s natural history through exhibitions, collections and quality programs of teaching, research, and service. Explore Alabama through remarkable exhibitions and specimen collections detailing the state’s natural history and ancient past. Venture out and experience Alabama’s natural history and its beautiful rivers and trails firsthand through our camps, expedition, and special programs. Discover what makes Alabama special with Museum events and programming.”

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Paul W. Bryant Museum

“The Paul W. Bryant Museum opened its doors to the public on October 8, 1988. The museum exhibits artifacts and memorabilia that trace the long history of University of Alabama football. State-of-the-art displays enhanced by videos highlighting great players, plays, and games are produced from the museum’s archives.”

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