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Fireplace Repair Services

United Home Services’ fireplace professionals are dedicated to ensuring the safety and functionality of your fireplace. Whether you have a wood burning fireplace, a gas fireplace, or a custom fireplace, we have the expertise to diagnose and repair any issues that may arise. With our comprehensive fireplace repair services, you can enjoy the warmth and ambiance of your fireplace all year round. With over 20 years of experience, we have seen it all when it comes to fireplace issues. Our technicians are trained in the latest fireplace repair techniques and stay up to date with industry advancements.

Why Hire United Home Services?

When it comes to fireplace repair, hiring a professional is essential to ensure the safety and efficiency of your fireplace. Our technicians are certified by the National Fireplace Institute and the Chimney Safety Institute of America. You can trust that we have the knowledge and expertise to handle any fireplace repair. We offer a full range of fireplace repair services, including safety inspections, chimney leak repairs, chimney lining repairs, rain pan replacements, smoke chamber repairs, and gas fireplace cleanings. Your satisfaction is our priority. We provide exceptional customer service and work closely with you to address any concerns or questions you may have throughout the repair process.

Types Of Fireplaces We Work With

Wood Burning Fireplaces

Wood burning fireplaces offer a classic and cozy ambiance to any home. However, over time, they may require repairs due to wear and tear, water damage, or other issues. We specialize in wood burning fireplace repair. Our technicians are trained to inspect and repair all components of your wood burning fireplace, including the firebox, chimney, and damper. We can also provide fireplace and chimney cleaning services to remove creosote buildup and ensure optimal airflow.

Gas Burning Fireplaces

Gas burning fireplaces are a convenient and efficient way to enjoy the warmth and beauty of a fire. However, like any appliance, they may require repairs from time to time. Our team at United Home Services has expertise in gas fireplace repair. Whether you are experiencing ignition issues, faulty gas valves, or other problems, we can diagnose and fix the problem quickly and effectively. We will ensure that your gas fireplace is operating safely and efficiently.

Custom Fireplaces

If you have a custom fireplace in your home, you’ll need a fireplace repair company that understands the unique requirements of these one-of-a-kind fireplaces. We have worked with dozens of custom fireplaces of all shapes and sizes. Whether you need repairs to the masonry, chimney, or other components, our skilled technicians will provide the necessary repairs to restore your custom fireplace to its original beauty and functionality.

Our Fireplace Repair Process

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Step 1: Inspect The Fireplace

Our certified technicians will begin by conducting a comprehensive inspection of your fireplace. This includes checking for any signs of damage, leaks, or other issues that may require repair. We will also inspect the chimney, damper, and other components to ensure that they are in good working condition.

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Step 2: Identify The Problem

Once the inspection is complete, we will identify the specific problem or issues that need to be addressed. We will provide a detailed explanation of the necessary repairs and discuss them with you to ensure that you understand the process and are comfortable with the recommended solutions.

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Step 3: Replace Any Broken Parts

If any parts of your fireplace are damaged or worn out, our technicians will replace them with high-quality, durable components. We use trusted brands and materials to ensure long-lasting repairs and optimal performance.

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Step 4: Final Tests

Before we consider the fireplace repair job complete, we conduct a series of final tests to ensure that everything is functioning correctly. This includes checking for proper airflow, evaluating the safety features, and verifying that the fireplace is operating at its optimal efficiency. We will not consider the job finished until we are confident that your fireplace is in excellent working condition.

Fireplace Repair FAQs

It is recommended that your fireplace be inspected at least once a year by a certified professional. Regular inspections can help identify potential issues before they become major problems and ensure that your fireplace is safe and functioning properly.

There are several signs that indicate your fireplace may need repair, including:

  • Cracks in the firebox or chimney
  • Water leaks or stains on the ceiling or walls near the fireplace
  • Difficulty lighting or keeping a fire lit
  • Excessive smoke or odors when using the fireplace
  • Uneven or poor draft in the chimney
  • Soot buildup or debris in the fireplace
  • Unusual noises coming from the chimney or fireplace
  • The presence of animals or birds in the chimney

If you notice any of these signs, it is important to schedule a fireplace repair as soon as possible to prevent further damage and ensure your safety.

While some minor fireplace repairs can be done by homeowners, it is generally recommended that they hire a professional. Fireplaces are complex systems, and improper repairs could lead to further damage or safety hazards. Our certified technicians have the knowledge and experience to handle fireplace repairs safely and effectively.

The cost of fireplace repair can vary depending on the extent of the damage and the specific repairs needed. We offer competitive pricing and will provide you with a detailed quote before starting any work. Our goal is to provide affordable fireplace repair services without compromising on quality or safety.

Homeowner’s insurance may cover fireplace repairs in certain situations, such as damage caused by a covered peril like a fire or a falling object. However, it is important to check your specific insurance policy and speak with your insurance provider to understand the coverage and any limitations or exclusions that may apply.