Chimney Sweep Pensacola, Florida

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Sootaway’s Expert Chimney and Fireplace Services

The Chimney Experts of Pensacola

At Sootaway we put the customer first by providing fair and upfront pricing for all of our chimney and fireplace services. Our technicians understand that every chimney is different and should be treated as such. That’s why we do our due diligence in every step of the chimney sweep process from picking up the phone to leaving your house we strive to bring you the greatest service possible. Contact us today at (850) 254-9948 for your estimate.

Our experienced technicians provide the Pensacola area with chimney sweeps, repairs, and installations. Our top priority is providing great service while ensuring that your chimney system is safe for you and your family to enjoy.

Over 30 Years of Experience

We have been in business for over 30 years and are dedicated to providing excellent service to Pensacola residents. The chimney sweeps at Sootaway of Pensacola will make sure that your fireplace and chimney system looks and operates its best.

What is a Chimney Sweep?

A chimney sweep, or chimney technician, is a professional that cleans, maintains, and repairs chimneys to ensure that fireplaces are safe to use in the home. Since the 1700s, homeowners have employed chimney sweeps to maintain their chimneys and fireplaces. Today, it is still very important to regularly maintain your chimney.

Like most things, chimney maintenance has vastly improved over the centuries. Chimney sweeps now have access to quality, commercial-grade equipment to help them keep your chimney operating its best. Trained technicians use tools such as extendable brushes, specialized cleaning agents, and cameras to thoroughly inspect and clean your chimney.

The chimney sweeps at Sootaway Pensacola will ensure that your chimney system is properly maintained and safe to use.

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Benefits of Hiring Professional Chimney Sweep Pensacola

There are many benefits that come with hiring a professional chimney sweep. Regular cleanings improve the efficiency of your chimney system, prevent chimney fires, odors, and smoke problems, and can identify potential hazards before they cause harm to your home. Sootaway of Pensacola provides the following benefits with our services.

Protect Your Home

Sootaway takes the safety of you, your family, and your home very seriously. Through regular cleanings, inspections, and repairs, rest assured that our chimney technicians will keep your chimney working safely.

The National Fire Prevention Association recommends having your chimney cleaned at least once a year or when buildup reaches 1/8th of an inch. Any more buildup puts your chimney at risk of catching fire, which could be devastating for you and your home. 

The chimney sweeps at Sootaway will inspect and clean your chimney, clear away any flammable debris such as creosote, and make any necessary repairs. This regular maintenance will protect your home by preventing chimney fires.

Breathe Better Air

Any blockage in your chimney will negatively affect the air quality in your home or building. When blockages occur, smoke is unable to escape through the chimney and will fill the room. Sooty buildup, birds’ nests, leaves, and animals can all cause blockages. A Sootaway chimney sweep will perform an inspection and cleaning, and will remove any debris to ensure that smoke can be properly vented through the chimney. 

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Happy Pensacola Customers

“Great company, amazing service. They came on time, and let me know 30 minutes before they got there.”
Fantastic company. They came out to fix a leak in my chimney and didn’t charge me until after the storms passed and I knew it was held. Awesome work, thanks Sootaway
Sootaway did a fantastic job on my chimney! They came out, swept my chimney, and managed to keep my white carpets clean while they did it!

Explore Pensacola

Pensacola Beach
Pensacola is the westernmost city in the Florida Panhandle, and the county seat of Escambia County, Florida. As of 2019, the population was estimated to be 52,975. Pensacola is the principal city of the Pensacola Metropolitan Area, which had an estimated 502,629 residents as of 2019.
National Naval Aviation Museum

The National Naval Aviation Museum, formerly known as the National Museum of Naval Aviation and the Naval Aviation Museum, is a military and aerospace museum located at Naval Air Station Pensacola, Florida.

Pensacola Bay
Pensacola Bay is a bay located in the northwestern part of Florida, United States, known as the Florida Panhandle. The bay, an inlet of the Gulf of Mexico, is located in Escambia County and Santa Rosa County, adjacent to the city of Pensacola, Florida, and is about 13 miles long and 2.5 miles wide.
Pensacola Museum of Art
The Pensacola Museum of Art is the only art museum in the city of Pensacola, Florida. It was founded in 1954 by a group of women from the American Association of University Women. Since 2016 it is a University of West Florida Art Museum.
Yellow River Marsh Preserve State Park
Yellow River Marsh Preserve State Park is a Florida State Park located on Garcon Point, south of Milton, in northwestern Florida. A small parking area, gazebo, and public access point are located on Dickerson City Road. Located on County Road 191, approximately one mile north of the intersection with County Road 281 and along both sides of the highway on Blackwater Bay.
T T Wentworth Jr Museum
The T. T. Wentworth Jr. Florida State Museum is a museum of history located at 330 Jefferson Street in the Plaza Ferdinand VII in Pensacola, Florida. It is part of the Historic Pensacola Village museum complex. The building, reminiscent of the Alamo mission style, was built in 1907 as the Pensacola City Hall and served as such until 1985 when the present city hall was built at 180 Governmental Center, also known as 222 West Main Street. In 1989, the building was listed as the Pensacola City Hall in A Guide to Florida’s Historic Architecture, published by the University of Florida Press.
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5 Ways to Use Leftover Firewood from Winter

The last cold, dreary days of winter are finally making way for bright and warm spring days. As you’re getting ready to retire your fireplace for the season, you might notice you didn’t get around to using all of your winter firewood. If you’re wondering what to do with that leftover firewood, look no further than this post. Here are 5 super simple ways to make sure that firewood doesn’t go to waste.  Bring Leftover Firewood for Campfires  Camping is a fun family activity to enjoy during the beautiful weather. If you’ve got plans to go out and enjoy what nature has to offer, consider packing some of that leftover firewood. Bringing wood with you can help you save money since you won’t have to purchase it at the campsite. Also, it cuts out the need to gather kindling, giving you more time to spend with your friends and family around a cozy campfire. Keep in mind, though, that some...
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6 Reasons to Book a Spring Chimney Sweep and Inspection

Spring is finally here! As warm weather approaches, another burn season is coming to an end. It’s time to give the fireplace and chimney a rest until the next crisp autumn evening. But, that doesn’t mean you should forget about your fireplace just yet. Here’s why you should add a chimney sweep and inspection to your spring cleaning to do list.  Give Your Fireplace a Fresh Start   During the chilly months, a fire is a great way to warm up and create some cozy ambiance. However, all that wood burning fills your chimney system with soot and creosote. Scheduling a chimney sweep and inspection will take care of any mess in your fireplace and chimney, so that it’s nice and clean when it comes time to light that first autumn fire.  Beat the Fall Rush  Dropping temperatures signal that fireplace season is coming up. Many homeowners wait until just before the first fire of the season to get...
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Is it Time to Replace Your Chimney Liner?

The Importance of the Flue Liner The flue liner, also referred to as the chimney liner, is a vital element of any chimney system. In fact, they are one of the most important reasons annual chimney inspections are recommended. What makes a flue liner so important? The liner creates a barrier between the flue and the chimney walls. When working correctly, flue liners protect your chimney from extremely high temperatures. Without a liner, your home is at a much higher risk of fires. Not only do flue liners protect the inside of your chimney, they also protect the outside. Bricks and other materials used to build chimneys can weaken over time due to high heat and soot buildup. Damaged chimneys are at a higher risk of chimney fires and can accumulate even more damage if not taken care of. Because there are so many factors that can damage your chimney, it is vital that you have your chimney...
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Rainy Season Is Heading For Your Area

The pleasures and warmth of fires tend to blind homeowners. While distracted, homeowners, tend to forget to sustain the warmth is the proper maintenance through a trusted chimney company. A well-respected chimney company will be frank on the condition of the chimney's vulnerability to weather conditions leading to deterioration. When owning a chimney, there somethings that customers do not think about. One is the build-up of creosote. Creosote that is build-up on the chimney lining is the main leading cause for chimney fires. The moisture acts as the biggest hazard for a chimney. Ultimately, if the water is not handled, then it will lead to a chimney fire or a house fire. The damages from moisture could cost the chimney system repairs. Mortar & Flashing Mortar is the sealant on brick chimneys; this is less durable than masonry only. When the mortar begins to crumble, flake off, or...
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An Unexpected Guest In Your Chimney?

Humane Animal Removal Did you just hear chirping, scuffles, the flapping of feathers, or any other sounds that critters make? If so, then you're in the right place. First of all, do not smoke them out! Instead, take the humane way and call SootAway. We provide a humane animal removal service. We will remove all animals and birds of all kinds out of your chimney for the safety of you and theirs. Well, by law, we cannot remove chimney swifts because they are federally protected. Those will need to be discussed with local wildlife officials. Why Do These Animals Nest in Chimneys? You might be wondering what other animals would willingly choose to nest in a chimney? Well, there are a few well-known others that do include: raccoons, bats, and squirrels. These animals use your chimney as a form of shelter from the elements and to nest their young. Unfortunately, baby birds and young animals...

The Menace of Leaks

Recently noticed water around your fireplace, chimney, or surrounding area? You probably have a leaking chimney on your hands, which can be a bump in the road for you and the comfort of your home and everyday life. However, A leaking chimney does not always manifest itself in obvious ways. Many homeowners falsely assume that all leaky chimneys present themselves as visible water in the fireplace or flue, but chimney leaks can originate from a few different places. If you have seen splits or cracks in your chimney, disintegrated mortar joints, and damaged stonework, it is likely that moisture is entering into the chimney. One of the most widely recognized causes for leaks is the flashing. Flashing is the area in which the metal sheets around the chimney and roof meet and is intended to be introduced in defensive layers. The spot in the rooftop where the fireplace leaves the house is one...

How To Prepare for a Major Storm

When a major storm hits your area, you may encounter some structural damage in your home, including to your chimney. While chimneys are normally able to withstand the elements, they are not indestructible. The fierce winds, heavy rain, and flying debris associated with hurricanes can cause both surface and structural damage to chimneys, and the full degree of the wreck can be hard to observe with an undeveloped eye or without exceptional hardware. Chimney damage is not always simple to identify. In the event that we don't know what precisely to pay attention to, in any case basic issues may appear straightforward corrective deformities. Indications of tempest harm to a workmanship smokestack may incorporate block pieces or full blocks lying on the ground or on the rooftop, new breaks in the fireplace, or smothered areas of the stack. Harm to mortar joints among stonework and fireplace,...
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Helpful Chimney Terms

When conversing with an expert in any field can be scary particularly if you do not comprehend the phrasing being utilized. Your chimney and fireplace framework comprises of various segments that cooperate to give you warm and comfortable fires. There are a wide range of words or terms that chimney sweeps frequently use and When something goes wrong with your chimney, it is especially useful to know the names of those components. There are a couple of key terms that may be talked about. Look at the most significant chimney/fireplace terms beneath! Ash - The white/grey powdery buildup left when flammable material is completely scorched or is oxidized by compound methods. Ash Dump - An opening at the base of the chimney through which ashes may be dumped. Ash Pit - Storage for ashes, situated in the fireplace base B Vent - factory-built, double wall metal pipe for venting gas apparatuses...
Prefab fireplace Installation in D'Iberville

What type of mortar should I use?

Contrary to popular belief, there's not just one type of mortar for chimneys. The most common type (as well as the tone of the oldest) being fireclay mortar which is a normal cement mortar mixed with dried organic material. Followed up in popularity by a refractory mortar that takes the old firebrick motor and adds calcium aluminate and sand. This makes it last longer as well as being able to stand higher temperatures. Any new chimney build uses refractory mortar, the question then stands which refractory motor would you use, hydraulic setting mortar or air-drying mortar? Refractory Mortar Hydraulic-Setting   Thought to be the best type of refractory motor, with its many benefits such as acid resistance, and water insolubility its the only one thing recommended for setting flue liners. Its acid resistance makes creosote easier to get off in the flue pipe and increases the life of your...

A First Class Chimney Company

  When working in the chimney industry as long as we have you amass a large reputation. Here at SootAway, we pride ourselves on our customer's safety, honest pricing, and the quality of our work. What other companies seem to forget over the years is that customers are the most important part of any business. With this idea as our main philosophy, we have proudly been serving the emerald coast for over forty-one years and counting. But don't take our word for it take Home Advisors! Winning the Best of HomeAdvisor award for 2016, 2017, 2018, and 2019 (Working to earn the 2020 award) our company strives for perfection.         Another goal of SootMaster is to prevent damage, save lives, and homes by providing no-cost, ad-free tips, and information through our blogs. Recently our blog was added onto The Top 25 Chimney Blogs. This verifies us as one of the best...

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