We know home services might be sitting on the back burner at this time, but servicing your home is actually very important right now. As we spend more time inside, it’s important to make sure the systems in our home are functioning properly and efficiently.
To help the families and homes in our communities through these times, we are lowering our prices by 10% until June 1st. Read below to learn the best ways to proactively protect your chimney system.
Why It’s Important
You may not realize it, but one of your chimney’s worst enemies is water. As rain, sleet, or snow penetrates the exterior and interior of your chimney system, it can cause costly problems such a cracking & crumbling masonry, rust, and deterioration of your flue liner.
Fortunately, you can take measures to safeguard your chimney from potential weather damage.
The first step is to set up an inspection, where we can determine if there are already cracks showing in the masonry. The next step is to make sure you have a crown or cap installed, because otherwise, the top of your chimney is left exposed to water, debris, and wild animals.
We’ll also remove unsightly stains from your chimney while we’re up there, giving it a fresh and clean look.
Taking these proper measures now can save you from a lot of future headaches and expenses. With all these waterproofing services within our expertise, we can safely say we offer the best in chimney protection and preventative maintenance!
Precautions We Are Taking To Keep You Safe
We want to thank you for the trust you have placed in our company and the services we provide. Our customer’s safety as well as our’s is and always has been our paramount priority. We consider it an honor to work for you and we don’t take this relationship lightly.
We want you to know that Traditions Chimney Sweeps LLC is committed to the safety and well-being of our customers and our employees. We have proactively put new systems in place to ensure the safety of your family and our team and during these challenging times.
- If an employee is sick or not feeling well, or have sick family members, they will be required to stay home.
- When our techs arrive at your home, they will greet you, but not shake your hand.
- We have installed portable handwashing systems on each of our trucks and our techs will be washing their hands frequently and will be wearing protective gloves and mouth coverings.
- Our techs will be wiping down their tools and equipment with anti-viral cleaner before and after each use.
To do our part as more families are faced with financial uncertainty and hardships that the COVID-19 virus has caused, we will be lowering our prices by 10% until June 1st.