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Chim Chimnee Master Masonry "The Pride We Take in Our Craft is Reflected in the Quality of Our Workmanship" Greensboro/Triad Area(336) 274-1070 Michigan Chim Chimnee (248)683-2800 Michigan Oakland, Macomb & Wayne Countie
Chimney Fires Start When Chimneys Become Glazed!
Don't Let This Happen To You & Your Family
How Creosote Becomes Chimney Glaze
Creosote is a liquid that condenses onto the inner walls of connector pipes and chimneys as wood smoke cools. When creosote dries, it gradually hardens, taking the following forms: Stage 1 (velvet soot), Stage 2 (porous and crunchy in makeup) or Stage 3, shiny, rock-hard chimney glaze. The buildup of chimney glaze is denser and harder than brick, and sticks to the chimney inside walls. Chimney brushes canít sweep it out and any blow strong enough to break the glaze could damage the chimney itself.
Why does chimney glaze form? Fresh layers of creosote rapidly buildup, accumulating quickly when previous creosote layers don't dry completely. The newly formed layers then insulate the partially-hardened previous deposits from the heat of the wood exhaust that dries them, resulting in a heavy buildup of sticky creosote, which eventually solidifies. This creates the stone-solid substance known as glaze. The excessive creosote accumulation that leads to glaze formation is usually caused by the improper burning or venting of airtight wood stoves. Specifically, glaze will often form when the chimney is larger than the vent opening on the appliance (causing sluggish draft), when unseasoned or wet wood is burned, or when the draft control on an airtight appliance is habitually set too low, causing the fire to smolder.Stage 3 creosote removal is crucial to prevent chimney fires protecting your family and home
Our Chimney Deglazing Procedure is the Best:
Most chimney glaze/creosote removal treatments require two visits over two weeks. On the first visit, we score the surface of the glaze with a chimney brush, then saturate it with TSR, a chemical reactor. In colder weather, you must have at least four fires during the following week, opening the draft control, and damper or baffle-bypass on your stove enough to allow as much heat as possible up the chimney (we recommend you monitor these fires in case the glaze ignites). One week later, on the second visit, we sweep out the broken-down glaze, and remove the last of the residue. Occasionally, when deposits are extra dense or extra thick, additional treatments may be needed for final cleaning to break down and remove all the layers.
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