According to the U.S. EPA, air pollutants in indoor spaces are often two to five times more concentrated than in most outdoor areas. The average person spends 90% of their time at work, at home and in other indoor spaces, which is why homeowners need to take steps to maintain good indoor air quality.
The chimney is an important part of a residential heating system. Knowing how it works can help you diagnose potential problems and know when you need to call for professional chimney repair. Today Hader Solutions shares an overview of how chimneys work.
As the weather cools, you start to look at your fireplace for that much-needed warmth and comfort. Before you light it up, make sure your fireplace and chimney are in good repair. Have an expert inspect your chimney to prevent fires and carbon monoxide intrusion. Technicians will examine what they can access by using a … Continued
Your chimney plays an important part in regulating the ventilation and temperature in your interior. Depending on its location, how it’s made, and how good the installation is, you may be getting the most out of your chimney—or you might need chimney repair before the winter months come in.