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There is only one company that property owners in Suffolk County call when they need chimney care: Ageless Chimney. We have maintained, inspected, and repaired chimneys for homeowners throughout the San Remo, NY area for over a decade. For the safety and proper operation of the chimneys we work on, our team of professional technicians uses the finest and most advanced tools, equipment, and techniques.
As a full-service chimney care company, we specialize in all areas of chimney care, including leak detection. While chimneys are built to withstand exposure to extreme temperatures, chemical by-products, and elements, they can sustain damage. Moisture is one of the worst types of damage a chimney can sustain. It can lead to damage to the structural integrity of the chimney and the elements that surround it, resulting in extensive and costly repairs. It can also increase the risk of exposure to toxic fumes and fire.
To avoid the consequences of moisture damage, having your chimney inspected by a reputable Suffolk County chimney repair specialist on a regular basis is important.
There are several variables that can lead to moisture damage in a chimney. Some of the most common causes include:
Chimneys and moisture don’t mix. Even a minor leak can cause major damage. Leaks can rust the firebox and damper. They can damage the flue and the entire structural integrity of the fireplace. Leaks can increase the risk of fire and can ultimately cause the chimney to collapse. They can also increase your risk of being exposed to toxic gases, like carbon monoxide.
The only way to avoid the extensive, costly and dangerous damage that moisture can cause is by having a professional company, like Ageless Chimney, inspect it on a regular basis.
Comprehensive Leak Detection
The highly trained technicians at Ageless Chimney will thoroughly inspect your San Remo, NY chimney for any leaks. Using the highest quality tools and proven strategies, we’ll locate any signs of a leak. If we find a leak, we’ll determine the cause and assess the damage that it’s caused.
Our crew will provide you with a complete diagnostic report and let you know our recommendations for corrections. With your approval, we’ll completely repair the source of the leak, as well as any damage that it may have caused. When we’re done, we’ll reassess the structure to ensure that it’s leak-proof.
Our technicians provide fast, efficient, and affordable leak detection services. That’s why so many Suffolk County homeowners rely on us for their chimney leak inspection, detection, and correction needs; as well as all of their chimney maintenance and repair needs. When we’re on the job, you can have confidence knowing that your chimney – and your home – are in the very best of hands.
Schedule a leak detection service to prevent damage to your chimney, fireplace, and home. Please call 516-795-1313 for more information about our comprehensive leak detection process. Our friendly and knowledgeable staff will be happy to answer any questions you may have and schedule your appointment at your earliest convenience. 516-795-1313
San Remo is a neighborhood in the Town of Smithtown in Suffolk County, on Long Island, in New York, United States. It is located within the Smithtown CDP.
San Remo was originally established as a summer colony in the 1920s. It was developed by the New York City-based Smadbeck Corporation over land formerly occupied by farms and woodlands. The Smadbeck Corporation developed San Remo by the land into roughly 5,000 lots – each being approximately 20′ x 100′ in size; this lot size was typical at the time for subdivisions constructed in New York City. It was advertised heavily by the newspaper Corriere D’ America (later Il Progresso) – especially to Italian-Americans. The newspaper partnered with the developers, offering subscriptions to those who purchased the land. The subscription lengths varied by the number of lots purchased (i.e.: those who purchased 1 lot would receive a 1-year subscription, etc.).
During the years and decades following World War II, the summer colony began to see residents settle permanently, and many expanded their summer cottages in order to live in them year-round.
In the early 1950s, the San Remo Property Owner’s Association (the local civic association) erected a clubhouse for the residents of the community.Learn more about San Remo.