Biloxi Chimney Sweeps and Inspections
At Sootmaster Chimney Sweep Biloxi, we offer first-class fireplace services where the customer comes first with over 30 years of going above and beyond, we have worked for our great reputation. We offer chimney sweep services that is facilitated by a certified technician by utilizing exclusive equipment. Additionally, we provide a before and after photos of our work so you can see our hard work in action.
We’re a friendly team that will focus on your needs and concerns to make sure that the job is being done right and the way you want it. Building a relationship with you is our top priority and the foundation of our business. We Value our customers. and are looking forward to building a relationship with them, which is why we have a friendly team on standby ready to answer any of your questions or concerns, by contacting our team we can help you with anything ranging from an appointment, detailed advice, and our cleaning procedures.
Chimney and Fireplace Services
Chimney Sweeps aren’t the only service that may need to be carried out on your chimney. We offer many professional chimney services:
- Humane Animal Removal: Animals. like birds or raccoons oftentimes take shelter in a chimney, animals can wreak havoc in a chimney and cause damage, or even worse, find their way into your house!
- Water Leaks: Water leaks are the most common issue, and if it goes unnoticed, can be one of the most expensive and damaging. We offer flashing, chimney caps, and more to prevent this from happening to your home.
- Masonry Repairs: Sootmaster Chimney Repair Biloxi offers several different masonry repairs. For example, we offer tuckpointing, chimney flue repair, flue relining, and more. Our repairs are done by professionals that have had years of training and practice in the field.
- Fireplace repairs: Our fireplace repairs and chimney sweeps at chimney repair Biloxi are done by CSIA trained workers. We offer the best real estate, home, and insurance inspections, as well as water leak repairs and animal removal.
- Fireplace Installations: Sootmaster Chimney Sweep Biloxi offers several types of fireplace installation. For instance, we can install simple fireplaces, but we can also install ash dump doors, wood stoves, and other products. Contact us for more information!
Why Choose Us
At Sootmaster Chimney Sweep Biloxi we find the customer is more important than anything, so doing an excellent job that leaves you satisfied with our work is a top priority. Additionally at Sootmaster, we offer direct and fair pricing, are companies core beliefs are reflected and shown in the quality of our work. We do a phenomenal job, and our mission is for the customer to feel the same way as we do after every job. By providing you with a detailed report of every job, including what we did, how we did it, and what it means to you. We take our work very seriously, and we do that by providing only the best-certified technicians to oversee the repairs and services necessary.
- All of our experienced technicians are highly skilled and trained at what they do with many years of perfecting their trade.
- All employees undergo extensive background checks and drug testing to ensure a safe work environment.
- All employees are continuously trained and “follow-ups” are regularly confirmed to ensure the same quality of work for every customer.
How can water damage affect your chimney?
Bricks take in water especially if the mortar is damaged in any way; cracked, missing pieces, or worn away. During the winter when water is absorbed by the bricks, it will freeze, expanding any cracks, and later destroying bricks in a process called spalling. Even if your bricks aren’t observably damaged, it’s likely they will be weakened causing them to no longer provide sufficient support or structural integrity of your chimney. To prevent this, schedule our team to do an inspection.
What Causes Chimney Leaks?
Many things contribute when looking at the cause of leaks. Inside chimneys there are many things that can go wrong; If done wrong by nonprofessionals, or if a bad storm/hurricane hits, it can result in leaks that cost thousands in repairs if left untreated.
- Crown – If the crown is broken, water will flow into the flue lining from the roof.
- Chimney Cap – A damaged Chimney Cap or a non-existent cap will allow water to flow in from the roof.
- Flashing – Typically if installed improperly the seal in between the chimney and roof will break/deteriorate letting water in.
- Chimney Bricks – Can degrade especially in colder areas and in the winter with water freezing and expanding which can crack and weaken bricks.
Biloxi is one of the oldest communities in the United States, first being settled in 1699. Today it is a cultural melting pot for the state of Mississippi. So while we are taking care of your chimney, go find an adventure in the great city of Biloxi.
Beau Rivage Casino
Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Biloxi
We are far more than just some other Biloxi Hotel! Make your vacation legendary at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Biloxi, overlooking Mississippi’s own majestic Gulf shore. The good times never end when you check in with us and leave your worries at home. Featuring 479 stylish rooms and suites, five great entertainment options, and our collection of rock memorabilia, Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Biloxi is your only choice for luxury accommodations and resort suites in Biloxi. –www.hrhcbiloxi.com
The Biloxi Lighthouse was erected in 1848 and was one of the first cast-iron lighthouses in the South. It is the city’s signature landmark and has become a post-Katrina symbol of the city’s resolve and resilience. The light was civilian operated from 1848 to 1939 and is notable for its several female lightkeepers, including Maria Younghans, who tended the light for 53 years. –www.tripadvisor.com
Maritime and Seafood Industry Museum
The Maritime and Seafood Industry Museum exhibits hundreds of one-of-a-kind artifacts and an unrivaled collection of vintage photos, which tells the story from the time of the first Indian settlement through generations of immigrants whose journey contributed to the melting-pot culture of the Gulf Coast. The Grand Hall features the “Nydia” a 30′ gaff-rigged cabin sloop built in Biloxi in 1898 at the Johnson Shipyard. Featured exhibits include shrimping, oystering, recreational fishing, wetlands, marine blacksmithing, net-making, boat building, hurricanes, featuring Camille and Katrina, all the while telling the tale of over 300 years of history, culture, and heritage. The Museum is available for special events, meetings, weddings, etc.
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Great job by Patrick and Tim on resolving a chimney leak problem. Patrick, Tim, and Marsha, as well as their other employees, were always courteous, professional, and always willing to take the time to explain the actions they were taking and answer questions. Excellent teamwork and a job well done!!
Frequently Asked Questions
What's safe to burn in the fireplace?
You should only burn well-seasoned wood. Watch this video from the CSIA to learn what NOT to burn in your fireplace.
My fireplace stinks, especially in the summer. What can I do?
The smell is because of creosote deposits within the chimney, a natural byproduct of woodburning. The odor is sometimes worse during the summer when the humidity is high the air conditioning is turned on. A typical sweeping will help but usually won’t solve the smell completely. There are commercial chimney deodorants that work well, and plenty of people have good results with kitty litter or maybe baking soda set inside the fireplace. The real problem is that the air being drawn down the chimney, an indication of overall pressure problems within the house. Some make-up air should be introduced someplace else in the house. A good sealing and a top-mounted damper will reduce this air flow coming down the chimney.
I have a gas fireplace. Should this chimney be checked too?
Without a doubt! Although gas is usually a clean-burning fuel, the chimney can become non-functional from bird nests or other debris blocking the flue. Modern furnaces may also cause many problems with the typical flues intended to vent the older generation of furnaces.
How often should I get my chimney swept?
According to The National Fire Protection Association Standard 211, “Chimneys, fireplaces, and vents shall be inspected at least once a year for soundness, freedom from deposits, and correct clearances. Cleaning, maintenance, and repairs shall be done if necessary.”