Fire-Safe Chimney Sweeps Inspects, Cleans, Repairs, and Installs Chimneys, Fireplaces, and Wood Burning Stoves in Frederick County
Fire-Safe Chimney Sweeps is a fourth generation family business operated by Master Mason Gary Clift and sons. We are the most experienced, full-service chimney sweep company serving Frederick, Maryland. When you call us for service, you can rest assured that we will take the utmost care of your property in order to perform our work, will be on time, and offer the fairest value for our services. We service chimneys, wood burning stoves, and fireplaces all over Frederick County including Frederick, New Market, Mount Airy, Libertytown, Walkersville, Middletown, Buckeystown, Urbana, Woodbine, Green Valley, Ijamsville, and surrounding towns.
Frederick Chimney Sweep can protect your family from carbon monoxide
Carbon monoxide poisoning is usually caused by incomplete combustion and inadequate ventilation. Sooted chimneys and flues slow the escape of combustion gases from your home and can cause a backup into living areas. Signs of buildup of this colorless, odorless gas include:
- Stuffy, stale, or smelly air
- High humidity
- Soot from fireplaces or furnaces
The best treatment for exposure is to get lots of fresh air and immediate medical attention. To reduce the risk of carbon monoxide poisoning, gas and oil appliance manufacturers as well as fireplace manufacturers recommend a yearly safety check-up and cleaning. Let Fire-Safe Chimney Sweeps clean your chimney or furnace flue annually to make sure that combustion gases are moving safely up your chimney/flue and out of your home.
Frederick is the county seat of Frederick County, the largest county by area in the State of Maryland. The city is the second-largest incorporated city in Maryland, behind only Baltimore. Frederick has been an important crossroads community since it was located in colonial times at the intersection of an important north-south Native American trail, and east-west routes to the Chesapeake Bay both at Baltimore and what became Washington, D.C. and across the Appalachian mountains to the Ohio River watershed.