Why Creosote Removal is Important

When a fire burns, there are natural byproducts that flow up and out of your chimney system. Included among the smoke, microscopic particles, and water vapors, is soot and creosote. Like soot, creosote is a black, powdery substance that can coat your flue liner....

Fire Safety Tips for This Holiday Season

The holidays are rife with plans—schedules, lists, events, and endless to-dos. A traditional fixture in holiday festivities is the fireplace. It’s such a central theme for the holidays that many television providers even feature a “holiday fireplace” channel so that...

Fire Statistics

Fire Statistics: Those quiet candles cause annually, an estimated 23,600 fires in residences. Women are more likely to be injured or killed in residential candle fires. December, January, and February are the highest months on average for homes to burn. Most fires...

Many Faces of Fire

Fire has many faces, and they all serve to remind us how fire can be helpful and beautiful, but also potentially dangerous and destructive. Our everyday familiarity with this enchanting element might sometimes make us forget exactly what we’re playing with. In...

Fire Safety 101

In Northern California, the threat of fires is a real danger. Ensure you are using the most utmost fire safety in your home to prevent house fires and protect our lands and forests. Here are some helpful fire safety tips to help you protect your home.