COVID-19 Company Precautions & Procedures

We Stand For A Warm, Secure, and Healthy Home That has always been our mission statement. We understand and recognize the Coronavirus is a very serious problem. We take your health and safety very seriously. Because of that, we want you to know about the precautions...

How to Dispose of Fireplace Ash (And How to Reuse it)

We’re only halfway through burn season, and if you’re burning wood in your fireplace, insert, or stove, you likely have a lot of ashes to show for it. In order to maintain a safe fireplace, you must remove the ash from your firebox regularly, otherwise, you’re looking...

Don’t Forget Your Dryer Vents

Now that the holiday season is behind you and before you settle in for your Long Winter’s Nap, make sure you’re taking care of your clothes dryer vents. January is the most dangerous month for homes as this is the time that house fires are at their peak for the year....

How to Keep Your Home Safe This Winter

Winter has come and there is plenty to worry about between Christmas, New Year’s, home heating, and tax season! During one of the busiest times of the year, many important things can be overlooked. Because of this and many other factors, it is the cold season that...

Advantages and Disadvantages of Gas

There are so many options for fire appliances today, many homeowners don’t even realize what’s on the market right now. Gas appliances offer great benefits to customers with smaller spaces, but there is so much more to them! If you’re in the market for a new fire...

Why Education Matters In A Chimney Sweep

When it comes to your chimney system, it’s important to hire only certified professionals who have the know-how to get the job done right. It’s not enough for a chimney sweep to work on your chimney and do a proficient job. A chimney sweep should also teach homeowners...

Benefits of Upgrading to an Insert

Summer is at its end, and there is still time to have the fireplace of your dreams. When it’s time to light your fire this fall, the last thing you want is an unsafe, inefficient fire that smokes and puffs instead of comforts and warms. It is our goal at White Glove...

Chimney Relining

Does your chimney have a liner? It may not. Many older homes have masonry chimneys that were either unlined, or the clay tile liner has long ago fallen away. This is dangerous and puts your family at risk of fire and carbon monoxide exposure. An easy way to tell if...

Gas: The Easy Option

After devastating wildfires ravaged our countryside, many are returning to the area to rebuild their homes. Many of our customers lost all or part of their beloved homes and are trying to figure out what to do now. Reconstruction is difficult, especially when emotions...