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Chimney swifts typically touch down in Maryland in early April and start nesting in late April. Learn more about this interesting species.
Chimney sweeps are thought to be bearers of luck, particularly for weddings and newlyweds. But why? With Valentine’s Day a heartbeat away, it seems fitting to explore this some more.
At High’s Chimney, we’ve learned that old masonry chimneys are pretty common here in Rockville, and they also often have a few of the same issues.
When burning a fire in your wood-burning fireplace, it is essential to observe several best practices to enjoy a more responsible fire. Read on for a lesson entitled, Fireplace 101.
In our business, we’ve noticed a peculiar recurring trend during Spring - leaky chimneys. Read on for some useful tips for diagnosing and dealing with a leaky chimney.
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