As a leading fireplace cleaning company, at Ageless Chimney, we understand the importance of a clean and well-maintained fireplace for your Northport, NY home. For nearly two decades, our team of professionally trained technicians has been dedicated to improving the atmosphere and indoor air quality of homes throughout Suffolk County. With our professional expertise and top-notch service, you can enjoy a safe, efficient, and cozy fireplace all year long. To learn more about our fireplace cleaning services or to schedule an appointment for a free consultation, call 516-795-1313.
Regular fireplace cleaning is essential for maintaining a healthy indoor environment. With regular use, soot, creosote, and debris can accumulate in your fireplace, leading to poor indoor air quality. These pollutants can trigger allergies and respiratory problems; they can even pose a fire hazard. Routine fireplace cleaning services can reduce these problems, improving the indoor air quality of your Northport, NY home, and offering several other benefits.
With comprehensive services from Ageless Chimney, you will experience the following:
At Ageless Chimney, we are proud to offer reliable and professional fireplace cleaning services to homeowners in Northport, NY, and the surrounding areas. Our highly skilled technicians are equipped with the necessary expertise and state-of-the-art tools to provide thorough cleaning and maintenance for all types of fireplaces.
When you choose our services, you can expect:
The original inhabitants of the area now known as Northport were the Matinecocks, one of 13 Native American tribes of Long Island. The Matinecocks called this land Opcathontyche, which meant “wading place creek”. After Dutch interest a few years earlier, the land was sold by Chief Asharoken, head of the Matinecocks, to three Englishmen in 1656.
With land that was well suited for farming, the early settlers grazed cattle on pastures around the harbor. The area soon became known as Great Cow Harbour. (The nearby hamlet of was known as Little Cow Harbour.) The oldest house still standing in Northport, the Skidmore House on Main Street, was built in 1761. In 2009 the house was put up for sale, sparking the village to pass a historical preservation law.Woodbine Avenue and Northport Harbor, circa 1900
In the early 19th century, Great Cow Harbor was still a rural farming community. By the 1830s, the village contained only eight dwellings. But a new industry of shipbuilding brought rapid change and growth. The village shifted away from its farming roots as shipbuilding became the community’s primary industry. By 1837, the village was being referred to as Northport.Learn more about Northport.
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