Chimney Minnesota

GUARDIAN HOME SOLUTIONS LLC.

Guardian Chimney Solution LLC. is one of Minnesota’s premier chimney restoration companies. We love what we do and take pride in our craft. From the front office to the front lines, our field- proven process has created incredible relationships with our customers that spans over a decade. Guardian Chimney Solutions LLC. Is a owner operated company  with over a 17 years in business, we welcome you to look around our website in hopes that we can provide value to your life with information to help you through the process of choosing a contractor you can trust as well as providing insight you may use during the trouble shooting process of your project. Guardian looks forward to surpassing your expectations.

Accreditations

Guardian Installers are well versed and highly prepared for the field, we undergo rigorous training to become a trusted team of fireplace inspection personnel.

C.S.I.A Certified # 9448

C.C.P – Certified Chimney Professional

N.C.S.G – National Chimney Sweep Guild

Angie’s List A+ -2016 Super Service Award

B.B.B – A+ Accredited Member of BBB

Factory Certified Heat Shield Installer

Fireplace Cleaning & Sweeping

Chimney Repair - The 5 Most Common Chimney Issues and How to Fix Them

The fireplace is a beautiful and functional part of your home, but it is also potentially dangerous. Without proper cleaning and maintenance, your fireplace and chimney could turn into major fire hazards. Hiring professional chimney cleaners can help keep your family safe. Chimney inspectors and cleaners can visit your home regularly for routine maintenance and repairs. Chimney Hazards It is simple enough to keep your fireplace clean and in good shape, but your chimney is another matter. It might be more difficult to tell if your chimney has structural damage or physical blockages within its shaft without the appropriate tools. One common problem with traditional chimneys is the build-up of creosote. This substance, produced by burning wood and coal in fireplaces, is highly flammable. Creosote is usually dark brown or black in appearance, and can appear dry and flaky, tar-like and sticky, or shiny and hard depending on the type of fuel you burn and the amount of condensation that occurs inside your chimney. Allowing creosote to build up inside your chimney may result in dangerous chimney fires. These can be slow-burning fires that cause severe damage to your chimney's internal structure. The only way to detect these fires is the low, rumbling sound (similar to the sound a low-flying plane makes) coming from the chimney. They may also be dangerous, explosive fires that even your neighbors will probably see and hear. Even modern gas chimneys that do not use wood or coal for fuel have their own share of problems. Rust, corrosion, and other forms of natural deterioration can still pose risks like carbon monoxide leaks. Old chimneys made of stone or bricks often require reinforcement or rebuilding. These are prone to crumbling during earthquakes or eroding during rainstorms, especially if part of its structure wore out over the years. Preventing Chimney Problems Keeping your chimney clean and repairing structural problems as soon as they start developing is the best way to prevent chimney fires and other complications. Hire experts providing chimney cleaning services in your area for these tasks. You can perform minor repairs yourself, but it is usually better to call on chimney cleaning professionals to make sure every part of your chimney is in good shape. Companies offering chimney cleaning often offer chimney repairs and inspection as well. Inspections come in three levels: Level I for standard annual inspections, Level II for more in-depth inspections of the chimney and the rooms close to it, and Level III for thorough examinations after a Level I or II reveals physical obstructions or structural damage. Level III inspections determine the type of repairs your chimney requires. Finding Professional Cleaners Many companies and individuals offer chimney cleaning or chimney repair in Long Island, but you should not just hire the first ones you see. Check out their licenses and insurance coverage first. Their cleaning licenses prove their efficiency, while insurance coverage helps you deal with accidents that may occur during the cleaning, inspection, or repair process.

Proudly Serving Minnesota Areas

Albert Lea, Albertville, Andover, Annandale, Anoka, Apple Valley, Arden Hills, Becker, Big Lake, Bloomington, Brooklyn Center, Brooklyn Park, Buffalo, Burnsville, Cambridge, Cannon Falls, Center City, Centerville, Champlin, Chanhassen, Chaska, Chisago City, Circle Pines, Columbia Heights, Coon Rapids, Corcoran, Cottage Grove, Crystal, Dakota, Dayton, Deephaven, Delano, Eagan, Eden Prairie, Edina, Elk River, Excelsior, Falcon Heights, Faribault, Farmington, Fergus Falls, Forest Lake, Fridley, Golden Valley, Independence, International Falls, Inver Grove Heights, Isanti, Lakeville, Lindstrom, Lino Lakes, Litchfield, Little Canada, Long Lake, Long Prairie, Loretto, Maple Grove, Maple Plain, Maplewood, Marine on St. Croix, Marshall, Medicine Lake, Medina, Mendota, Mendota Heights, Minneapolis, Minnetonka, Minnetonka Beach, Minnetrista, Monticello, Mora, Mound, Mounds View, New Brighton, New Hope, Newport, New Prague, Nicollet, North Oaks, North St. Paul, Norwood Young America, Oakdale, Oak Grove, Oak Park Heights, Orono, Osseo, Otsego, Pine City, Plymouth, Princeton, Prior Lake, Richfield, Robbinsdale, Rockford, Rogers, Sacred Heart, St. Bonifacius, St. Louis Park, St. Michael, St. Paul, St. Paul Park, Sauk Rapids, Savage, Scandia, Shafer, Shakopee, Sherburn, Shoreview, Shorewood, Spring Lake Park, Spring Park, Stacy, Stillwater, South Saint Paul, Taylors Falls, Tonka Bay, Vadnais Heights, Victoria, Waite Park, Waseca, Watertown, Watkins, Watson, Wayzata, West Concord, West St. Paul, White Bear Lake, Willmar, Woodbury, Wood Lake, Woodland, Woodstock, Wright, Wyoming, Zimmerman.