Getting Your Chimney Ready For Winter

If you have a chimney, you need to think about cleaning it. Plain and simple. But what’s involved in cleaning a chimney, exactly? Will one of those clean-burn logs do the trick, or do you need to get someone in to do the job?

We talk with Ryan Verbruggen from Canadian Chimney, who takes us through the ins and outs of cleaning, inspections, and what you need to know to keep your fireplace – and your home – safe.

If you want more information, or would like to book a cleaning, you can reach Ryan at

This is not a paid advertisement. Ryan did an inspection for us when we were looking to buy our first house, and he saved us a lot of heartache and trouble with his thorough inspection! I offered to film while he cleaned our chimney, so he could share a little of his wisdom on the subject.

If you want to try out one of those cleaning logs, here’s the US link: Sorry, CDN Amazon doesn’t have a good supply at anything close to a reasonable price right now.

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