Fluesbrothers Chimney Service – Your Safety Is Our Priority

Parkville, has a quintessential charm that is appreciated by its residents and visitors alike. Its close proximity to Kansas City provides residents of Parkville the best of both worlds – a quaint small town with a metropolitan neighbor.

We Protect Your Safety

Your chimney, fireplace, and wood stove can be the location of undetected fire hazards. Yet, many homeowners may not realize how important it is to have annual inspections of their chimney and appliance. The Chimney Safety Institute of America (CSIA) and the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) recommend that you have your fireplace, wood stove, chimney, and vents inspected annually by a certified chimney sweep to keep you abreast of any potential safety hazards.

Clothes Dryers Need Inspections

In addition to the preventative maintenance needed for chimneys and fireplaces, clothes dryer vents need to be professionally cleaned as well. Many people don’t realize that removing the lint from the dryer’s filter is not enough. If a dryer is not properly vented, or if its venting system is blocked from everyday lint and debris (perhaps that lost sock?), it can pose a serious fire hazard. But safety isn’t the only concern – proper maintenance also improves the performance and longevity of your dryer.

Fluesbrothers Provides Peace Of Mind

When you call on Fluesbrothers, you can trust that our CSIA-certified technicians will thoroughly inspect your chimney and venting systems. Furthermore, our technicians have the expertise to make recommendations that will reduce the risk of fire and carbon monoxide poisoning. Fluesbrothers Chimney Sweep knows what to look for to keep you safe and they know how to perform any needed maintenance. We keep your wood- and fuel-burning appliances operating properly to minimize the risk to your home and family.

Origins Of Parkville

Parkville is named for George S. Park who purchased the land in 1838 and subsequently served as Parkville’s first post master and started the town newspaper, the Industrial Luminary. In 1845, Park founded the Parkville Presbyterian Church. Today the church has one of Parksville’s largest congregations.

Vintage But Not Antiquated

There is an abundance of antiques in Parkville; however, the city is far from antiquated. While focusing on growing their local commerce, residents of Parkville work hard to also preserve the historic charm and natural resources of their community. This combination provides a perfect quality of life combination.

Park University

Park is a private, non-profit, fully-accredited higher learning institution. Park was founded by George S. Park nearly two centuries ago. “Serving those who serve their community and country” is the fundamental platform for the university as it prepares students for their future.

English Landing Park

This exquisite 68-acre park embraces the magnificence of the Missouri River and is a showcase of natural beauty beyond. The park provides an exquisite backdrop for concerts and special events.

Historic Downtown Parkville

Whether you are a buyer or a window shopper, historic downtown Parkville provides a relaxing and enjoyable experience. Eclectic shops sell just about everything, including art, antiques, jewelry, collectibles, furniture, yarn and notions, musical instruments, and there is even a shop catering to science enthusiasts. Restaurants range from Parkville’s hometown coffee house to International and American cuisine, yummy bakeries and a wine boutique. The Parkville Farmer’s Market is also located downtown.

When it comes to providing strong tradition with up-to-date expertise, Fluesbrothers is the Chimney Sweep of choice. Call us today or click here to schedule an appointment online!

 

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