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Can I have a chimney added onto my home?

Fireplaces are a highly sought-after amenity for homebuyers. In a recent survey, 78 percent of homebuyers reported that a fireplace was a top feature they were looking for in a new home. So what do you do if you own a home with no chimney, but you still love fireplaces? Can you have a chimney added onto your home? The answer is most likely yes. You’ll just need to take several things into consideration when planning and installing a new chimney.

Research local building codes.

Can I have a chimney added onto my home - Lincoln CA - A to Z Chimney ServicesOne of the first things you’ll need to do when planning for a fireplace and chimney installation is research your local building codes. All jurisdictions have safety codes that dictate the infrastructure needed to support a fireplace, the clearances a chimney must have from the rust of a building’s structure, and the height a chimney must be. An increasing number of municipalities and states also are setting standards for fireplace emissions, which might affect the type of fireplace you’re able to install. Knowing your local codes for fireplaces and chimneys can help you begin to determine what type of fireplace and chimney will be right for your home.

Determine the location of your fireplace and chimney.

Where, in your home, are you looking to install your new fireplace and chimney? Are you looking for a stunning statement and a source of heat in your main living space? Are you looking to add a bit of ambiance to a den or master bedroom? Is your goal to bring heat to a portion of your home that doesn’t seem to get enough heat from the furnace? Depending on where you plan to install a fireplace and chimney in your home and how you plan to use that fireplace, it will all be influential factors for the type of fireplace and chimney you install. A stunning masonry hearth will require adequate support from your home’s structure, while an efficient closed gas unit can be installed on nearly any exterior wall or vented vertically where there is sufficient roof access.

Choose your fuel type.

Some homeowners know exactly what type of fireplace they’d like to install, while others are open to do some research to determine what type of fireplace is right for them. The good news is that it does not matter if you prefer the convenience of a gas fireplace, the efficiency of a pellet stove or the traditional ambiance of a wood-burning fireplace, you will most likely be able to find a fireplace for your home that burns your preferred fuel type. However, it is still a great idea to know your local building codes and the location of your fireplace within your home, because this might impact the type of fireplace you’ll be able to install.

Even though there are a lot of considerations when it comes to picking out the right fireplace and chimney you can install. The good news is that you will be able to install a fireplace and chimney onto your home, alongside the help from our fireplace and chimney experts. A to Z Chimney Services would love to help make your dream of adding a fireplace to your home a reality, call today to schedule a consultation!

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How to Clean Your Gas Fireplace or Insert

After a season’s worth of fires, your gas fireplace or gas fireplace insert is probably showing signs of wear. Glass doors can get grimy, logs can collect dust, and dirt and debris can block blowers and burners. Left unchecked, this can begin to inhibit the function of your fireplace. To keep your gas fireplace looking great and working efficiently, you should be cleaning your fireplace regularly. Here’s a step-by-step guide to keeping your gas fireplace or insert in tip-top shape. For more details on your specific fireplace or fireplace insert, be sure to check your owner’s manual before you proceed.

Step 1: Turn off the gas.

Turn off the gas to your fireplace or insert to keep yourself safe and avoid any gas leaks during cleaning.

Step 2: Remove the ceramic logs.

If your gas fireplace or insert is fitted with ceramic logs, they likely can be removed and cleaned separately. This will make it much easier to clean the burners and other portions of your fireplace’s interior. To be sure that the logs are removable, and to discover how to remove them properly, consult your fireplace’s manual.

Step 3: Vacuum debris out of the firebox.

The first step to a clean fireplace is using your vacuum hose to clear away any obvious dust and debris. Be sure to get into the nooks and crannies of your fireplace with the hose to ensure that debris doesn’t have a chance to build up in the hard-to-reach portions of your fireplace.

Step 4: Scrub any difficult debris.

If there are any portions of your gas fireplace that are caked with more stubborn stains, you can gently scrub the stain with a soft cleaning brush.

Step 5: Clean fireplace doors.

The doors to your gas fireplace are often to show a buildup of dirt. You should be regularly cleaning the exterior glass doors with a non-ammonia cleaner, or preferably a cleaner that’s specifically made for fireplace maintenance. While you’re cleaning the interior of the fireplace, take the time to clean dirt away from the interior of the glass doors.

Step 6: Give the burners one additional cleaning.

For your gas fireplace to function properly, the burners have to be clean and clear of dirt or debris. That’s why you should end your fireplace cleaning with one final vacuuming of the burners, just in case any dust or debris has landed on or near the burners during your cleaning.

Once you’ve finished cleaning your gas fireplace or gas fireplace insert, put the logs back in place, close the doors and turn the gas back on. On top of your DIY gas fireplace cleaning, your gas fireplace or gas fireplace insert should be cleaned and inspected at least once per year by a certified chimney sweep. If your gas fireplace is due for a professional cleaning, or if you’re not daring enough to clean it yourself, you can call A to Z Chimney Services to schedule your gas fireplace cleaning and inspection today!

Why We Recommend Stainless Steel Chimney Liners

Your chimney liner protects your home and chimney structure from the heat, gases, and corrosive byproducts of your fireplace. With all the abuse that chimney liners take, they do require eventually replacement. In the event that your chimney liner needs to be replaced, A to Z Chimney Services recommends a stainless steel chimney liner. Here’s why.

Easy Installation

Why We Recommend Stainless Steel Chimney Liners - Sacramento CA - A to Z Chimney ServicesNewly constructed chimneys most often include a liner made from clay flue tiles. Clay flue tiles are cheap and durable, but they do a poor job of redistributing the heat of the fireplace, and they can crack and fail to contain the extreme heat of a chimney fire. When it comes time to replace a clay tile chimney liner, it’s almost never feasible to remove and replace the clay tiles, as it that would mean deconstructing and reconstructing the entire chimney. Stainless steel liners can be quickly and easily inserted into an existing chimney.


Stainless steel chimney liners are among the safest options for chimney liners. They evenly absorb the heat from your fireplace, and in the event of a chimney fire, a stainless steel chimney liner can help contain the fire to keep it from spreading to your home. As opposed to clay tile liners, stainless steel liners can completely block the gases from your fireplace, preventing carbon monoxide from leeching into your home. For wood-burning fireplaces, stainless steel chimney liners are easily cleaned of highly flammable creosote. There are even CSIA-approved stainless steel chimney liners.


In addition, stainless steel chimney liners last a lifetime. They are more durabile and reliable than their aluminum counterparts.


Stainless steel chimney liners can work in nearly any chimney. They can be used for all fuel types, including wood-burning, pellet-burning and gas fireplaces, as well as for oil furnaces. Stainless steel chimney liners also come in a variety of sizes. Stainless steel chimney liners can also change the flue size of an improperly drafting chimney.

When the existing liner fails, the chimney needs relined. Liners fail due to a chimney fire and cracks or deterioration with age. The chimney liner could also be missing altogether. A new chimney liner also resizes an improperly sized chimney liner to correct chimney draft. If you have been told that your chimney needs a new liner, call A to Z Chimney Services to schedule a consultation! We can assess your chimney and let you know how you could improve your chimney with a stainless steel chimney liner.

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The Freeze-Thaw Cycle and Your Chimney

California is known for its hot, sunny days and sandy beaches. For those of us who live in this much-idealized state, however, we know that hot, sunny summer days give way to cold, wet, rainy winters. Here in Sacramento, it’s not unheard of to see freezing overnight temperatures December through February. If you have a masonry chimney, that means you need to be on the lookout for damage caused by the freeze-thaw cycle.

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As the name suggests, the freeze-thaw cycle has to do with constantly changing temperatures. Wet, rainy weather, or even thawing ice, can flood porous surfaces like roadways, parking lots, sidewalks and your chimney with water. The water that makes its way into the cracks and crevices of masonry material freezes when temperatures drop. As the water turns to ice, it expands, leading to cracks or holes in the masonry material. This is the process that’s credited with creating potholes in snowy, northern climates.

How can the freeze-thaw cycle affect your chimney?

If you have a masonry chimney, Sacramento’s wet winter days and freezing winter nights can lead to big problems. As water trapped within the brick, stone or mortar of your chimney freezes and expands, it can cause the mortar and brick to crumble away, or even cause the faces of individual bricks to pop off. Not only does this gradual crumbling away of your chimney cause it to look unsightly, it can prove a hazard! A chimney affected regularly by the freeze-thaw cycle can develop a leak that gives water access to the interior of the chimney and fireplace, or to the interior of your home. This will cause major water damage and rot. A continued breakdown of the chimney’s masonry due to the freeze-thaw cycle also can lead to a weakening of the overall chimney structure, eventually rendering it completely unsafe.

How can you protect your chimney from the freeze-thaw cycle?

There are steps you can take to make sure that your chimney doesn’t fall victim to the freeze-thaw cycle! A waterproofing treatment can prevent water from entering the chimney’s masonry while preserving the chimney’s ability to exhale smoke and fireplace gases. You also want to remain on the lookout for signs of freeze-thaw damage in your masonry chimney. If you notice crackled bricks or crumbling mortar, call in the professionals so that repairs can be made before minor damage develops into a major problem.

If you have noticed signs of freeze-thaw damage in your chimney, or if you would like to protect your chimney from water damage with a waterproofing treatment, call A to Z Chimney Services today! We can waterproof your chimney to keep it safe from water absorption and the freeze-thaw cycle. Additionally, we can repair any damage your chimney has already suffered. Call to schedule your appointment with A to Z Chimney Services today!

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New Year’s Spring Cleaning Resolution: Dryer Vent Cleaning

Many homeowners ramp up their home maintenance routine after the new year. Spurred by resolutions for a cleaner home, driven inside by winter weather and gearing up for full-blown spring cleaning, countless homeowners are tackling big jobs this time of year. For homeowners tackling home maintenance tasks that are often neglected, the new year is a perfect time for a dryer vent cleaning.

Why You Need to Have Your Dryer Vents Cleaned

Many homeowners don’t realize that they’re clothing dryer vents need to be cleaned and inspected just like their chimneys! That’s because every time you dry a load of clothes, damp lint bypasses the lint screen and enters the vent. That damp, sticky lint sticks to the walls of the vent and then to more lint. Over time, all of that sticky lint can form dangerous clogs in the dryer vent. When your dryer vents are clogged, the heat and exhaust can’t exit the dryer. This causes the dryer to overheat, which is a major fire hazard.

Because of the fire danger posed by clogged dryer vents, home maintenance professionals recommend having your dryer vents professionally cleaned at least once per year. If you dry a lot of clothing and linens, you might need to have your dryer vents cleaned more frequently! During your professional dryer vent cleaning, your dryer vents will not only be cleared from dangerous lint, but they also will be inspected to ensure that they are unobstructed from outside plants or debris, that they are the proper size and recommended material and that they are damage free.

How to Tell if Your Dryer Vents Need to be Cleaned

If you’re not sure if your dryer vent needs cleaned, look for the signs! Clogged dryer vents inhibit the proper function of your dryer. That’s why you might notice these signs if your dryer vents are overdue for a cleaning:

• Loads of clothing take longer to dry than usual,

• A burning smell when the dryer is running,

• The dryer or laundry room feeling hot when the dryer is running, and

• An overly strong small of fabric softer or must when the dryer is running.

Who to Call for Dryer Vent Cleaning

If you’re ready to start your year off with a properly cleaned home and clean clothing dryer vents,  call A to Z Chimney Services and Dryer Vent Cleaning to schedule an appointment today! Not only will you lower your home’s fire risk and make your home cleaner, but you’ll enjoy shorter laundry drying time and lower home energy bills, and you’ll extend the life of your dryer.

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Start Thinking About Chimney Repairs

Your fireplace might still be in peek use, but now is the time to start thinking about chimney repairs! While it might be months until the warmer, sunnier weather allows for repairs, planning now allows you to be ahead of the curve. You’ll know the scope of your repairs and how much they’re likely to cost, and you’ll be first in line on your chimney sweep’s schedule so you won’t be left waiting for repairs, and you’ll be able to schedule repairs at your convenience.Start Thinking About Chimney Repairs Image - Sacramento CA - A to Z Chimney

The first step in planning your chimney repairs is determining if you require repairs and what repairs are needed. Like any appliance or home structure, chimneys and fireplaces breakdown over time and need to be repaired or replaced. Ignoring chimney and fireplace problems can lead to a dramatic and expensive deterioration of the chimney structure. It can put your home at risk for a chimney fire, smoke damage or water damage. Some common signs of damage you should be on the lookout for include:

How to tell if your chimney needs to be repaired.

  • Cracks or holes in the chimney.
    Masonry chimney structures are prone to cracking or crumbling over time, due primarily to water absorption. Cracks or crumbles in the chimney can allow water to seep into the chimney or into your home, and it can weaken your entire chimney structure.
  • Discoloration on the chimney.
    Discoloration of the chimney structure, whether it’s white, black, blue or green, can be an indication that water is entering the chimney masonry and causing damage.
  • Moisture or debris in the firebox.
    When determining if your chimney needs repairs, don’t forget to check your firebox! Moisture at the base of your firebox is a sure sign that water is getting into your chimney. Chunks of debris or flue tile can indicate that your chimney liner is deteriorating.
  • Rusted or stuck damper.
    Most dampers are metal-on-metal construction, and they are one of the first chimney elements to break down from age. They can warp and fail to seal or even become stuck due to exposure to moisture or exposure to the extreme heat from your fireplace.
  • Smoke or odors entering your home.
    Your chimney could have underlying damage or improper construction if you’re getting smoke back in your home when you light a fire, or if your chimney is letting a foul odor into your home.

What to do if your chimney needs to be repaired.

If your chimney is showing one of the above signs of damage, or if your chimney sweep told you that it needs to be repaired during your annual inspection, act now! Prepare for your chimney repairs by calling A to Z Chimney Service to schedule an appointment today. One of our certified chimney technicians can assess the scope of your chimney damage. They will also give you a quote for repairs and even get repairs scheduled as soon as possible.

Common Issues Found During a Chimney Sweep

While the primary goal of your annual chimney sweeping may be to clear your chimney of soot, obstructions and flammable creosote, your chimney sweeping serves one more important function: checking your chimney for damage or defects that could pose a hazard. There are some common issues chimney sweeps find during chimney inspections.

Missing or Damaged Chimney Cap

A chimney cap plays a vital role in keeping water from pouring down your chimney, sudden burst of air from blowing down the chimney and animals from finding their way into the flue. Some chimneys were never capped, while for other chimneys, the caps were blown off, damaged by trees or debris or rusted or cracked. Missing or damaged chimney caps are a common finding during chimney inspections, and a missing or damaged cap should be immediately replaced to prevent water damage or downdrafts in your chimney.  Common Chimney Issues - Sacramento CA - A to Z Chimney Services

Cracked or Crumbling Chimney Crown

Like your chimney cap, your chimney crown sits above your roof, subjected to gusts of wind and precipitation. On top of that, many chimney crowns were improperly constructed from the wrong materials. For these reasons, cracked or crumbling chimney crowns are a common issue turned up during chimney inspections. A failing chimney crown can give water access to the interior of your chimney, subjecting the chimney structure and the surrounding home structure to water damage.

Spalling Masonry

Because of the elements, the masonry exterior of your chimney is susceptible to spalling. That is, water enters the porous masonry materials and causes the masonry to degrade. That damage can manifest as spalling, the cracking and crumbling away of brick facing and mortar. If not addressed, spalling can allow water to gain entry to the interior of your chimney, and it can jeopardize the structural integrity of your chimney.

Damaged Flashing

Flashing seals the base of your chimney where it meets your rooftop. Either due to improper construction or age, flashing can begin to allow water to leak into your home around your chimney. Failing flashing can allow water damage in your roof structure and in the walls and ceiling around your chimney. A chimney inspection can identify failing flashing early, so you can have it repaired before it can cause major water damage in your home.

Fire Damage

Most chimney fires go unnoticed. They smolder, contained by the chimney liner. While your home might escape the initial fire unscathed, the now-damaged chimney puts your home at risk. The damaged chimney could fail to contain future fires, or it could give embers or smoke access to your home’s structure. A chimney inspection can spot that chimney fire damage before it puts your home at risk.

Your chimney inspection is crucial for spotting chimney damage before they become significant problems that endanger your home. Many common chimney problems can be easily remedied to prevent major problems down the road. To keep your chimney safe from common chimney problems, call A to Z Chimney Services to schedule your sweeping and inspection today!

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Sacramento’s Choice for Chimney Services

When you need chimney or fireplace services in the greater Sacramento area, there’s no better place to call than A to Z Chimney Services. We’re Sacramento’s No. 1 choice in chimney services!

Our History

A to Z Chimney Services has been cleaning, inspecting and repairing chimneys and heating appliances in the Sacramento area for more than 20 years.  The company was started by A to Z namesake Aaron Zambrana when he began sweeping and repairing chimneys to support himself through college. Since that time, Zambrana has taken his garage-based business and grown it into one of Sacramento’s largest and most reputable companies.

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One of the best reasons to trust A to Z Chimney Services with your fireplace and chimney system is because of our certifications. We believe strongly in industry trainings so that we can provide our customers with the safest and best chimney services. In fact, A to Z employs more sweeps certified by the Chimney Safety Institute of America than any other area chimney services company. A to Z Chimney Services goes far beyond that. We ensure that ALL of our chimney sweeps our certified where other companies generally only seek certification for the owner or a few select chimney sweeps. That means you can trust that whichever A to Z sweep is sent to service your chimney is fully trained to handle the job the right way.

On top of our CSIA certification, A to Z also holds certifications from the National Fireplace Institute and holds a contractor’s specialty license for chimney sweeping.

Our Services

A to Z Chimney Services can handle all of your chimney and home-heating appliance needs! Some of the many services we offer include:

  • Chimney and fireplace sweeping and inspections. All vented appliances should be cleaned and inspected at least once a year. This helps lower the risk of home fires and carbon monoxide buildup and to spot problems like leaks and structural decline. A to Z offers regular annual chimney sweepings and inspections, as well as more involved inspections for real estate transfers or damaged or dilapidated chimneys.
  • Installation and construction. Looking to create the perfect hearth for your home? A to Z can help! We install fireplace inserts, heating stoves, chimneys, gas logs and more! Whether you’re looking to rehab an existing hearth with insert, have a prefabricated fireplace installed or have a traditional masonry fireplace and chimney constructed from scratch, A to Z Chimney Services can handle the job.
  • Chimney repairs. A to Z Chimney Services can rehab your failing chimney. From replacing a chimney cap to repairing leaks or completely reconstructing a failing chimney, A to Z can restore your chimney’s look and function.
  • Dryer vent cleaning. Just like your chimney, your clothing dryer vents require annual cleaning and inspection to keep your dryer operating safely and efficiently. Our chimney sweeps are trained and certified to handle the job!

Call A to Z Chimney Services to schedule your appointment today!

If you’re looking for the best chimney and fireplace services in the Sacramento area, call A to Z Chimney Services to schedule your appointment today! You’ll find highly trained sweeps and a complete lineup of hearth and chimney services.

Why Does Creosote Build Up?

It’s a known fact that burning wood in the fireplace results in a buildup of creosote in the chimney. But why is that? Do some chimneys accumulate creosote faster than others? And is there anything that can be done to reduce the buildup of dangerous creosote in your chimney?

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Creosote is a byproduct of incomplete wood combustion. When wood burns, creosote forms and is carried upward by smoke. As the smoke cools within the chimney, creosote-laden condensation forms on the walls of the chimney, where it hardens and can pose a fire hazard. Note, however, that creosote is a result of INCOMPLETE wood combustion. Creosote itself will actually burn up if the fire is burning hotly and efficiently.

Why do some chimneys accumulate creosote faster?

Because creosote does burn up in a hot, efficient fireplace, some chimneys do, in fact, accumulate creosote faster than others. Wood begins to break down chemically at 500 degrees Fahrenheit. Once the temperature of the fire reaches 1,100 degrees, the gases and creosote the result from wood combustion also burst into flame. EPA-rated fireplace inserts, air-tight fireplaces, and woodstoves often generate temperatures in excess of the 1,100 degrees Fahrenheit, meaning those types of appliances will send much less creosote up the chimney than open-hearth fireplaces or older, less efficient fireplace inserts or wood-burning stoves.

In any fireplace, however, the smoke cools as it travels up the chimney. Any smoke that cools below that 1,100 degrees before the creosote burns will leave condensation on the chimney walls. Because the smoke reaches those cooler temperatures before exiting the chimney, some chimney types will accumulate more creosote because of their bends and crooks. Those types include:

  • metal chimneys,
  • chimneys that are located on exterior walls,
  • chimneys that don’t draft efficiently,
  • chimneys that are too large for the fireplace and chimney

What you can do to lessen creosote buildup in your chimney:

Once you know the science behind creosote formation, and that cooler fire temperatures lead to more rapid creosote formation, there are steps you can take to slow the buildup of creosote in your chimney. There are two factors to take into consideration when aiming to reduce creosote formation: You need to make sure that your fires are burning hot and that smoke is exiting your chimney quickly and efficiently. Some things you can do to slow creosote buildup include:

  • Burning dry firewood that has been properly seasoned,
  • Keeping the damper fully opened every time you burn a fire,
  • Maintaining a hot, vigorously burning fire,
  • Monitoring the temperature of your fireplace or chimney to ensure its burning hot enough to ensure creosote combustion,
  • Making sure your chimney flue is properly sized for your fireplace, and
  • Replacing inefficient open-hearth or outdated fireplace inserts with newer efficient EPA-certified models.

Of course, stemming the dangers of creosote buildup in your chimney begins with annual chimney sweepings and inspections. If you’re due to have your chimney swept and inspected, call A to Z Chimney Services to schedule your appointment today!

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Benefits of Dryer Vent Cleaning

What’s one simple home maintenance task that brings a host of benefits? Professional dryer vent cleaning! Many homeowners fail to have their dryer vents cleaned and inspected by a certified professional at least once per year, as recommended by fire prevention specialists, but this inexpensive service can have a big impact on your home!

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The primary benefit of having your dryer vents cleaned and inspected annually is a reduced risk of a home fire. Dryer vents are responsible for an estimated 28 percent of all home fires. That’s because lint from your clothing builds up in your dryer vents, eventually restricting the air flow to and from the dryer. That causes the dryer’s heating element to overwork and overheat, which eventually results in a fire. Having your dryer vents cleaned can dramatically reduce your risk of a dryer-related home fire.

Spend less time doing laundry.

Do the clothes in your dryer seem to take forever to dry? Do you find yourself restarting your dryer over and over to get your clothes or linens completely dry? It’s very likely that clogged dryer vents are to blame. Any load of clothes should be completely dry in 30 to 45 minutes. If it takes longer than that, you’re dryer’s trying to tell you something. Cleaning your dryer can restore the efficiency of your dryer and reduce your dry time. That means you can get your laundry done faster.

Save money on your home energy bill.

Your clogged dryer vents could be costing you money on your home energy bills every month. Those additional cycles needed to fully dry your laundry, and the overworking of your dryer, requires energy. Having your dryer vents cleaned can significantly lower your home energy bills. Experts estimate that clogged dryer vents can cause as much as $18 to $24 in energy costs each month.

Preserve your clothing.

Running your clothing through multiple dryer cycles can cause it to look worn or faded prematurely. Clogged dryer vents also can negatively impact your clothes due to overheating; clothes in the dryer become hotter than they’re intended to, which can damage clothing fibers. Making sure your dryer is running properly can help your clothes to last longer.

Extend the life of your dryer.

As we’ve said, clogged dryer vents cause your dryer to work overtime. You have to run extra dryer cycles to get clothes completely dry, the dryer can’t get the air it needs to function efficiently and the heating element can overheat. All of these factors can shorten the life of your dryer. Having your dryer vents cleaned regularly can help extend your dryer’s lifespan.

Reduce carbon monoxide risks.

If you have a gas dryer, your dryer puts off carbon monoxide each time it’s on. When you’re dryer vents are cleaned and in good repair, the carbon monoxide safely exits your home. When vents are clogged, however, the carbon monoxide created by the dryer backs up into your home and can build to dangerous levels. Keep your dryer vents cleaned can reduce the risk of carbon monoxide buildup in your home.

If you’re ready to realize the benefits of dryer vent cleaning in your home, call A to Z to schedule your dryer vent cleaning today!

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