TriState Chimney Service performs chimney cleaning and sweeping in Massachusetts, Connecticut and Rhode Island.
Pellet stoves and wood stove sales, installation and repair company serving MA, CT and RI.
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  • Chimney Cleaning & Sweeping
  • Masonry Repair
  • Chimney Relining
  • Chimney Caps & Recapping
  • Chimney Waterproofing
  • Pellet Stove Installation/Repair
  • Wood Stove Sales & Service
   
TriState Chimney Service
Massachusetts * Connecticut * Rhode Island
Owner, Mike Dintino is on Every Job.
  • Chimney Sweeping
  • Chimney Inspection
  • Chimney Repair
  • Chimney Relining
  • Chimney Recapping
  • Chimney Waterproofing
  • Pellet Stove Installation/Repair
  • Wood Stove Installation/Repair
TriState Chimney
Service

Massachusetts
(508) 450-0483

Connecticut
(860) 928-7556

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TriState Chimney Service is one of the most experienced chimney cleaning companies serving Massachusetts, Connecticut and Rhode Island. Our certified chimney sweeping technicians are prompt, friendly and pay meticulous attention to details when performing chimney cleaning, chimney repairs, chimney rebuilding, masonry repairs, pellet stove installations or pellet stove repairs as well as wood stove installation and repairs. All or TriState Chimney Service's craftsmanship is guaranteed and we are licensed, bonded and insured. Our Massachusetts customers live in Worcester, Massachusetts: Sturbridge, Southbridge, Webster, Dudley, Oxford, Auburn, Douglas, Uxbridge, Sutton, Grafton, Millbury, Northbridge, Upton, Hopkinton, Marlboro, Southboro, Northboro, Westboro, Shrewsbury and more. We also perform chimney cleaning, sweeping and repairs in Spencer, Massachusetts: Leicester, Rutland, Princeton, Paxton, Holden, Sterling, Leominster, Fitchburg, Boylston, Clinton, West Boylston, Hudson, Brookfield, Berlin, Bolton, Stow, Hardwick, Barre, Hubbardston, Milford and many other cities and towns in Massachusetts (MA). Our Connecticut customers reside in Enfield, Connecticut: Union, Woodstock, Thompson, Putnam, Pomfret, Eastford, Ashford, Willington, Tolland, Stafford, East Windsor, South Windsor CT, Manchester, Bolton, Coventry, Andover, Mansfield, Windham, Chaplin, Hampton, Brooklyn, Killingly, Plainfield and many other cities and towns in Connecticut.
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Top Ten Tips from
Chimney Safety Institute of America

To aid in the prevention of chimney fires and carbon monoxide intrusion and to help keep heating appliances and fireplaces functioning properly, the Chimney Safety Institute of America (CSIA) offers the following safety tips:

1. Get an annual chimney check. Have chimneys inspected annually, and cleaned as necessary, by a qualified professional chimney service technician. This reduces the risk of fires and carbon monoxide poisonings due to creosote buildup or obstructions in the chimneys.

2. Keep it clear. Keep tree branches and leaves at least 15 feet away from the top of the chimney.

3. Install a chimney cap to keep debris and animals out of the chimney.

4. Choose the right fuel. For burning firewood in wood stoves or fireplaces, choose wellseasoned wood that has been split for a minimum of six months - one year and stored in a covered and elevated location. Never burn Christmas trees or treated wood in your fireplace or wood stove.

5. Build it right. Place firewood or firelogs at the rear of the fireplace on a supporting grate. To start the fire, use kindling or a commercial firelighter. Never use flammable liquids.

6. Keep the hearth area clear. Combustible material too close to the fireplace, or to a wood stove, could easily catch fire. Keep furniture at least 36” away from the hearth.

7. Use a fireplace screen. Use metal mesh or a screen in front of the fireplace to catch flying sparks that could ignite or burn holes in the carpet or flooring.

8. Install smoke and carbon monoxide detectors. Place detectors throughout the house and check batteries in the spring and fall. When you change your clocks for Daylight Savings Time, remember to check your batteries.

9. Never leave a fire unattended. Before turning in for the evening, be sure that the fire is fully extinguished. Supervise children and pets closely around wood stoves and fireplaces.

10. The CSIA recommends annual inspections performed by CSIA Certified Chimney Sweeps. These chimney sweeps have earned the industry's most respected credential by passing an intensive examination based on fire codes, clearances and standards for the construction and maintenance of chimney and venting systems. The National Fire Protection Association also recommends that all chimneys are inspected on an annual basis.


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