Why You Need To Hire A Professional Fireplace Repair Company

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When you call Dayco General to repair your fireplace, our trained technicians will examine your flue and damper to make sure you have the proper ventilation needed for your home or business. Whether you need a fireplace repaired or a new installation, we equip our certified chimney experts for the job. We provide quick and professional fireplace repair and service in homes across the entire Minneapolis metro area.

Our team can repair or restore many fireplaces. When you see cracks or other issues in your fireplace or chimney, know that it will burn fuel less efficiently and could become a safety hazard.

Securing Your Home Against Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Levels in the Home

Excessive smoke is one sign of the need for fireplace repairs. While it could be possible you are burning the wrong wood, you could also have the wrong size flue or another issue within your fireplace. If you notice cracks or any damage in your fireplace, it is definitely time to call a certified chimney technician. Cracks or holes in your fireplace will cause heat loss, but they are a leading cause of house fires. It is possible for sparks and/or high flames can escape through the cracks and set fire to the insulation and other materials inside the walls or ceiling.

Ensuring Safety for You and Your Family when It Comes to Time-Sensitive Repairs

The expert technicians at Dayco General provide professional fireplace repair, routine maintenance, and installation services to customers all over the Twin Cities metro area. Whether you need minor repairs or a complete chimney replacement, we commit our technicians to customer satisfaction to provide the quality and reliable repair services you deserve! We handle most all chimney related problems, however; we do not offer chimney sweeping.

Call us for any of your fireplace repair needs. 952-449-8643 or fill out the form below for a free review and repair estimate of your chimney.

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