Do you know if you’re gonna be on Santa’s naughty list, or his nice list? One of the deciding factors could depend on how clean your chimney is. Santa is a busy man on Christmas Eve and the last thing he should have to worry about is getting his suit dirty or smelly because of an unswept chimney. Why not make make Santa happy this Christmas by getting your chimney swept by Leonard and Sons? Of course, there are lot’s of other reasons to get your chimney swept before Christmas.
Leonard and Sons wants you to enjoy an odor-free Christmas. Our chimney sweeps have been trained to clean even the dirtiest of chimneys. We’ll even give you advice on how to make the airflow in your home work to your advantage.
They Chimney Safety Institute of America (CSIA) and National Fire Protection Agency (NFPA) recommend that you get your chimney inspected annually. One of the reasons they suggest this is because creosote buildup in your chimney is a fire hazard. Creosote is combustible, meaning that, if it gets hot enough, it can start on fire. That is why removing creosote is an important part of your annual chimney inspection and cleaning.
We here at Leonard and Sons want you to have a safe holiday season. Our chimney sweeps are CSIA-certified, which means they know what needs to be done to ensure that you and you family are safe.
You want your chimney to look good for Santa when he makes his way down. When Leonard and Son’s cleans your chimney, we will also make sure to clean out your firebox, the areas around your fireplace and even clean stains on your masonry. This will create the perfect backdrop for your all your family Christmas photos, as well as make sure Santa doesn’t get too much ash on his boots!
Santa has a has tough job. The least you can do is make sure he has an enjoyable trip down your chimney! At Leonard and Sons, we can help make your Christmas more enjoyable with an annual chimney sweep. If your chimney needs cleaning call Leonard and Sons today at 847-658-7659 or schedule an appointment online today! Merry Christmas!