Gulf Coast Chimney Sweep
Gulf Coast Chimney Sweep

Chimney Sweep Diamondhead

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Our Technicians have over 100 years of combined experience!

Chimney Sweeps

What happens when damage, creosote buildup, or other dangers are present? We offer the best sweeps in town.

Chimney Inspections

Here at Gulf Coast Chimney Sweeps, we want to be sure your fireplace & chimney is ready when you are.

Creosote Removal

Creosote is not something you want in your chimney, but it’s likely something you have in your chimney.

Water Leak Repair

We specialize in chimney water leak repair and have the tools, products, and know-how to keep water out of your chimney for good.

Animal Removal

You may be wondering, why would a bird or animal choose to nest in a chimney anyway?

Chimney Repairs

we have the tools, products, and knowledge for all your chimney repair needs. Gulf Coast Chimney provides services from the best technicians around.

Flue Liner Repair

Your chimney flue is a vital part of the chimney venting system. Over time, heat, creosote, and other acidic byproducts can leave damage.

Guarantee Your Home’s Safety with Regular Inspections
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Our company recommends at the minimum an annual chimney inspection. The inspector checks for many different sorts of damage or hazards in these inspections, from the sooty build-up to ventilation damage. We here at Gulf Coast Chimney Sweep Diamondhead can find an address these issues in your home.

From lightning strikes to hurricanes, mother nature is not kind to chimneys. Around the Gulf Coast, storms are a prevalent issue, and storms love to damage chimneys; said damage effects could range from not letting smoke escape properly, which speeds along with the accumulation of creosote, and risk carbon-dioxide poisoning, to water damage risking the structural integrity of your home. Damages caused by these events are to be spotted and addressed by our workers.

Regular inspections clean up the flammable build-up left inside your chimney after burning plant-based fuel.

The flames started within the chimney from this build-up are much hotter than those in the fireplace proper.

This gunk, a combination of tar and soot most often named creosote, can restrict airflow or ignite into a blaze that may spread out to the rest of your home.

You can trust our experts to clean these chemicals out and correctly perform a twenty-one-point safety inspection.

Moisture is the worst for your chimney as it can cause several complex issues on its lonesome. Chimney masonry is susceptible to water’s freeze and thawing, which cause the bricks and stones that make up the body to warp, expand, contract, and eventually crack till they break away.

This is dangerous as, ultimately, the chimney is liable to collapse into the house, possibly endangering those within and causing expensive home damage.

The water absorbed into the masonry can also cause draft issues, as the bricks cool the hot air and let it sink back into the home, risking carbon dioxide poisoning once more.

Our water damage repair experts will ensure you don’t have to worry too much about these issues, waterproofing your chimney and ensuring any prior damage is fixed.

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Our Services

 

Inspections: We employ the 21-point safety inspection, guaranteed to locate any hazard or problems that might cause problems for you or your home.

 

Installations: We offer professional prefabricated or masonry chimney and fireplace installation. Also, we install ash-dump doors, clean-out doors, wood stoves, and more!

 

Animal Removal: Just like us, humans critters love chimneys. Raccoons, Squirrels, Bats, and many Birds often find themselves stowing away in fireplaces and chimneys. However, when they get into chimneys, they often get stuck, build a nest, or otherwise cause damage. We have trained our technicians to safely and humanely remove these critters for both their safety and yours. As additional insurance, we offer a standard cap installation to keep them out.

 

Masonry Repairs: We here at Gulf Coast Chimney Sweep Diamondhead are trained to repair masonry: crown repair, flue repair, relining, storm damage, and more!

 

Water Damage Services: As stated before, water is the arch nemesis of your chimney, and they have many encounters along the Gulf Coast. Besides damage to the masonry, water brings along mold and rust. If you see signs of water damage, it is urgent that you call Gulf Coast Chimney Sweep Diamondhead to handle it right.

 

Creosote Removal: Also explained before, creosote is a real danger to your home. It is the number one cause of chimney fires and can prove harmful even when not ablaze. We will make sure that it is removed without causing harm to you or your home.

Call Gulf Coast Chimney Sweep Today!!
Chimney Sweep Biloxi

Diamondhead is a city in southeastern Hancock County, Mississippi, United States. The city is located just over 50 miles northeast of New Orleans, Louisiana. It is part of the Gulfport−Biloxi Metropolitan Statistical Area. In February 2012, Diamondhead was officially incorporated as a city.

Diamondhead Mississippi

Hard Rock Hotel and Casino Biloxi

The Hard Rock Hotel and Casino Biloxi is a casino and resort in Biloxi, Mississippi, owned and operated by Bally’s Corporation. It opened in 2007.

Walter Anderson Museum of Art

The Walter Anderson Museum of Art is located in Ocean Springs, Mississippi on the Mississippi Gulf Coast. WAMA is dedicated to the work of Walter Inglis Anderson, whose depictions of coastal plants, animals, landscapes, and people have placed him among the most singular artists of the 20th century; and to his brothers, Peter Anderson, potter and founder of Shearwater Pottery; and James McConnell Anderson, painter and ceramist.

The mission of the museum is to “empower lifelong curiosity and connection to the natural world through the art of Walter Anderson and kindred artists.” The Walter Anderson Museum of Art began as an idea by a group of people in Ocean Springs and Jackson, Mississippi to preserve the art and culture of Walter Inglis Anderson.

The Friends of Walter Anderson was chartered in 1974, and through their efforts, funds and grant money were raised to build the museum on Washington Avenue in Ocean Springs on land leased from Jackson County. Mark A Tullos, Jr. was hired as the museum’s first director in 1990. The museum was dedicated on May 4, 1991 at a cost estimated at $1.3 million.

Contact Us 

Gulf Coast Chimney Sweep

Areas We Service

Florida, Alabama, Georgia, Mississippi, Louisiana

Phone

(850) 981-9022