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If you’re looking to add value, warmth, or beauty to your home a fireplace or stove can set the tone for any family and friends gathering. A hearth system installation without adequate expertise can be like playing with fire. Our industry is set out to make quality training and credentials our mission. If you are planning or thinking of installing stoves, fireplaces along with their venting systems will require a few things: experience, technical knowledge and skill. Proper floor protection for appliance sizing and placement or venting system compatibility and height-should be decided with the advice of a specialist. The hearth professionals have a credible, nationally-recognized credentialing program where they can validate knowledge and advance in their career path. The National Fireplace Institute®, which is an independent, non-profit certification agency, has created standards for certification in the hearth industry. The only way to receive a NFI Specialist Certification is by passing a rigorous examination that covers fundamentals of proper installation. NFI is now recognized as the basis for licensure in several states, counties and local municipalities. Licensing has become a local issue and many times NFI certification is required without any notice to the NFI office.

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No Matter How Big or Small - We Do It All!

  • Firebox repair

  • Chimney caps

  • Loose bricks & mortar

  • Damaged masonry

  • Water sealing/repellant

  • Flue liner replacement

  • Damper repair

  • Smokeparge

  • Full chimney rebuilds

  • Chimney Stucco

  • Teardowns

  • Repointing Masonry

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Don't  Just Take Our Word For It!

Working with the team of professionals at Warrington Chimney and Fireplace was so easy and stress free! Communication from Eric and his team exceeded my expectations. Chris was patient and took the time to ensure a proper installation. Our fireplace was originally built in the 1700's and most things in our home prove challenging but this was a seamless process. We have been enjoying our fires just as we had hoped.

- Heather