Why Custom Chimney Caps?
The best way to prevent moisture, animals, leaves and debris from entering your chimney is to install a chimney cap.
Whether you need a chimney cap repaired, replaced or custom made just for you, T.J.’s Chimney Service can help!
A chimney cap is a metal topper that acts as an umbrella over your chimney, preventing animals, debris, and moisture from driving rain or melting snow from entering your chimney. This extension of your chimney can save you thousands of dollars in water damage.
Sitting on top of the chimney cap is its main component—the metal screen. This screen has a spark guard that prevents your fireplace embers from landing on your rooftop, grass, or other flammable surfaces.
Choose T.J.’s Chimney Service
T.J.’s Chimney Service has been repairing and replacing chimneys and chimney caps for over 40 years. A family owned business with a trusted name, our goal is to ensure your chimney is in good repair and protects you and your family from outdoor elements.
Because each chimney is different, each cap is, too. T.J.’s Chimney Service installs custom chimney caps that are a perfect fit for your chimney, keeping your home safe and dry even during the most torrential storms. Our high quality stainless steel caps carry a lifetime warranty.
Need a custom chimney cap for your chimney? Contact T.J.’s Chimney Service today!
What Our Customers Are Saying on Google
So very happy with our updated fireplace! Brandon, David, and Austin did an awesome job. Professional, knowledgeable. Very careful in keeping everything neat and clean. I would recommend TJ’s to anyone who asked. Great job! We love our fireplace.
This company went above and beyond to make sure everything was done exactly as I wanted, and done correctly! The installers were professional and friendly, as well as the office workers! I can’t recommend this company highly enough.
Brandon and Jordan did an excellent and professional job of removing our old fireplace and installing the new fireplace. This included masonry and carpentry work. Brandon was very precise with his installation of the cultured stone around the fireplace as well as reinstalling the mantel and trim. We highly recommend them.
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THE DIFFERENCE YOU CAN FEEL TJs Chimney Service
When it comes to chimney repairs and chimney sweeps, we know you have many choices. But we believe our longevity in the business and reputation for quality sets us apart from our competitors.
As members of the community, we are your friends, neighbors and fellow business owners. For every home we service, we provide the same care and attention to detail we would give our own homes.