An unclean chimney makes it difficult for Santa to do his job, leaving him discouraged, despondent, and more likely to pursue his first love—animal husbandry. Welcome Saint Nick with open arms with today’s Groupon to Atlanta Chimney Cleaning. Choose between the following options:
- For $79, you get a chimney sweeping and inspection for a one-chimney home (up to a $199 value).
- For $139, you get a chimney sweeping and inspection for a two-chimney home (up to a $299 value).
This Groupon is only valid for homes within 20 miles of the I-285 perimeter. An additional fee may apply for homes bigger than two stories.
The professionals at Atlanta Chimney Cleaning head off potential fires and carbon monoxide buildup by removing dangerous sediments from dirty flues. After a brief musical overture, experienced chimney sweeps inspect the smokestack to determine the best point of attack. Throughout the roughly 60-minute service, cleaners scoot into the fireplace and thread extendable rods topped with rotary brushes up through the shaft, scraping away ash and creosote deposits. Upon reaching the roof, the brushes shoo away any squatting squirrels and head back down, grabbing any lingering soot on the return journey. Repeating the process as long as necessary, Atlanta Chimney Cleaning also conducts a final inspection to ensure a safe, thorough job and picks up any debris strewn across the hearthstone and surrounding floor.
Atlanta and Charlotte Chimney Cleaning
The technicians at Atlanta and Charlotte Chimney Cleaning help keep air clean and fireplaces roaring with speedy chimney cleaning service. During their service calls, staffers scour flues with rotary brushes, dislodging built up creosote and lumps of coal attached by Santa’s hot-glue gun. Afterward, technicians dispose of leftover ash and debris and perform a post-sweep inspection to ensure systems remain safe and clean. Atlanta and Charlotte Chimney Cleaning also offers dryer-vent cleaning, turning techs loose with motorized rotary brushes to clear the lint that accumulates in dryer ducts.