What You'll Get
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. Keep chimneys clean with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
$19 for one hour of exterior services (a $75 value)
$49 for a chimney tune-up (a $289 value)
- 15-point inspection of all areas crucial to the bricks, especially where there is cracking or motor loss
- Sealing of the chimney cap and flues
- Securing and re-sealing of all flashings
- Cleaning of one flue
$149 for a roof-maintenance package (a $479 value)
- Replacement of up to 21 shingles
- 15-point roof inspection
- Inspection and sealing of skylights
- Inspection and securing or the roof ventilation system, p-stacks, and valleys
- Securing of loose shingles and nails
- Repairing of ridge caps or hips
- Inspection for openings where wildlife could enter
For the one-hour option, clients can choose from any of the handy services with the exception of window washing and tree trimming.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Dec 4, 2013. Amount paid never expires. Limit 3 per person, may buy 3 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per option. Valid only for option purchased. Appointment required. 24hr cancellation notice required or $50 fee may apply. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Valid for up to a two-story home. No walk-out basements. Tree trimming and window washing not valid for hourly option. Material costs not included for hourly option. Must be present at home for the appointment. Valid as far west as Oakville, north as Newmarket, east as of Whitby, and south as Toronto Lakeshore. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Home Pro Exterior Services
Combining for more than 30 years of experience between them, the technicians of Home Pro Exterior Services gird houses against the occasional harshness of Canadian weather and wildlife. They scale ladders to repair roofs and sweep eavestroughs and downspouts clear of debris, which helps prevent rooftop flooding. While they're up there, they typically also examine the roof for 15 points of common stress and indicators that animals may have found entrance into the house. Should critters be cohabitating with owners, technicians can humanely remove them and release them back into the wild before repairing the entry point or hanging a "no vacancy" sign.