New Wood Burning Basics

Thanks to recent federal regulations, wood heaters are required to be more energy-efficient. The 2020 EPA certified stoves are different than their predecessors. There is less human control over the air intake. The emission standards are very strict. Getting wood...

How Do Evaporative Coolers Work?

Here in Northern California, it can get quite hot, despite the close proximity to the ocean. In fact, in the late summer months, it’s not uncommon to see temperatures as high as the 90s, and sometimes we exceed 100 degrees! Fortunately, here at White Glove Chimney, we...

Chimney Sweeps Do Not Sweep Chimneys

The typical image of a chimney sweep in the United States is of a soot-covered guy who stands on a roof and runs a brush up and down the chimney. Some would add the happy go lucky image of Bert in Mary Poppins. While, unfortunately, many sweeps are exactly this image,...

Chimney Leaks: Signs and Causes

When it comes to a system as big as the chimney, there are many parts and things that can go wrong with them. A common chimney problem—one that can arise during any season—is a leaky chimney. Chimney leaks are especially problematic because they are hard to detect and...

🎵Ricky, Don’t Use That Number🎵:

Hi folks.
Due to unprecedented call volume, we are currently booked out through January and are only accepting online submissions through the website for service work at this time.
As requests come in, we will respond in the order they are received. If you are interested in forward scheduling for next year, please indicate that on your online submission form.
We’re doing our best to serve everyone as quickly as we can. In the meantime, we ask for your patience and understanding. What a year!