Jasper Named National Chimney Sweep Guild President!

Jasper Named National Chimney Sweep Guild President!

About, Certifications, News
Chimney Mechanix proudly congratulates Jasper Drengler on being named the National Chimney Sweep Guild President! Congrats! About Jasper Jasper Drengler is a Certified Chimney Sweep, Founder of Chimney Mechanix, and President of the National Chimney Sweep Guild. With Chimney Mechanix, he provides service throughout all of Wisconsin, The Upper Peninsula of Michigan, and Northern Illinois. Jasper prides himself on ensuring homeowners are safe and comfortable with their fireplace chimney. He even offers 24/7 emergency service. Jasper is the proud father of four brilliant children and has a very patient wife. His bucket list includes racecar driving in each state. About the NCSG The National Chimney Sweep Guild (NCSG) is a 501 (c) (6) non-profit trade association existing to promote the success of its members by providing progressive services, encouraging professionalism…
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Fall 2016 Highlight Video!

Before and After, Local, News, Testimonial / Review, Video
Thanks for watching! Be sure to visit Chimney Mechanix on YouTube! Chimney Mechanix is locally owned, fully insured, and impressively certified with the highest possible technician ratings. We offer 24 Hour Emergency Service, chimney/fireplace/stove installations and inspections, brick sealing, rebuilds, relining, vent cleaning, tuck pointing, caps, crowns, and stonework. Ensuring that you enjoy your fireplace or chimney is our top goal, so relax- Chimney Mechanix was here! Shawano: (715) 304-8934 Green Bay: (920) 471-5223 Call or Stop in at 942 S. Waukechon Street, Shawano!
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Does a Gas Chimney Need Cleaning?

chimney tips, Gas, News
[caption id="attachment_81" align="alignleft" width="300"] Chimney Safety Institute of America[/caption] Without a doubt! Although gas is generally a clean burning fuel, the chimney can become non-functional from bird nests or other debris blocking the flue. Modern furnaces can also cause many problems with the average flues intended to vent the older generation of furnaces. We suggest you check the areas on gas and carbon monoxide for more information. See more at: http://www.csia.org/about-csia/faq.aspx#5
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