Over 20 Years of Experience

Chimney Cleaning In San Antonio

The Process

This is how AAA approaches a chimney sweeping.

Firstly, our trained technicians begin by sweeping your chimney. First setting up drop cloths in front of the fireplace and then vacuums for soot control. This keeps soot from coming into your home. Next, he moves on to sweeping the chimney either from the roof or inside of home depending on the access to your chimney. We use a flat wire brush which will scrap the flue pipe removing the soot from flue liner.

We also clean the spark arrester. When this has been completed we then go inside and begin targeting several areas - cleaning the sweep smoke chamber, throat, damper, all three walls, cleaning the log lighter, fireplace screen, and glass doors are brushed, if you have them. All soot and ashes are removed from the hearth. We include the Level One Inspection during the course of the sweeping and if there are any concerns or repairs needed, we let you know about it the same day of service.

Signs Of A Chimney Fire Include:

Loud Cracking Sound or Popping
Too Much Dense Smoke
An Intense Hot Smell
Not All Chimney Fires Are Noticeable

Most Chimney Fires Go Undetected

Slow-burning chimney fires don’t get enough air or have enough fuel to be visible and may go undetected until a chimney inspection. But these high temperatures can damage the chimney itself and create preventable expenses in the future.

We Provide Complete Chimney Services

Chimney Cleaning

Chimney Inspections

Chimney Restoration & Repair

Videos of Our Chimney Products and Applications

Crown Coat

Heat Shield PCR

Heat Shield Flue Liner

Paint N Peel Fireplace Cleaner

Heat Shield Smoke Chamber Construction

Chamber Coat & Cerfractory Foam