ENJOY YOUR FIREPLACE WITH PEACE OF MIND
CALL “THE DANISH GUY” TODAY FOR YOUR INSPECTION
There is nothing like the warmth of a fireplace on the cold winter’s day.
Enjoy your fireplace with peace of mind. Be sure to have your fireplace and chimney inspected at least once a year. This will help to keep you chimney safe from any creosote buildup and allow us to find any other areas that need your attention.
Also, if you’re in need of chimney caps, chase covers, firebrick repair, fireplace panels or any other service for your chimney to keep in ‘tip-top’ shape, feel free to fill out the “Estimate Request” form and we’ll be glad to help you to the best of our knowledge.
Contact us, your local Indianapolis Chimney Sweep, the best chimney cleaning service and inspection company in Indiana. Also, don’t forget to enroll in our FREE Yearly Reminder Service. We will notify you when you are due for your next chimney inspection with a friendly call or email – whichever you prefer.
Outdoor Wood Fired Pizza Oven
Turn your outdoor living area into a cooking extravaganza with the addition of Burntech’s Outdoor Wood Fired Pizza Oven. The Pizza Oven is perfect for cooking chicken, turkey, roasts, breads, casseroles, deserts and almost any other mouthwatering oven baked dish you can think of.
Protect and Restore Your Chimney
Are there hidden dangers in your chimney? Even the smallest defects could become a big problem. Protect and restore the integrity of your chimney flue with a “super-duty” hybrid coating called HeatShield®. This coating is Eco and environmentally friendly and comes with a 20 yr warranty.
The Shepherdess and the Chimney Sweep
“The Shepherdess and the Chimney Sweep” is a fairy tale by Danish poet and author Hans Christian Andersen (1805–1875). The tale follows the romance between a china shepherdess and a china chimney sweep who are threatened by a carved mahogany satyr who wants the shepherdess for his wife.
Product Safety Commission Message
According the Consumer Product Safety Commission, an average of 25,100 chimney fires are responsible for 30 deaths and $126.1 million in property damage on average each year.