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What is the Purpose of a Fireplace?

Although simple in appearance, the beauty and warmth received by a fireplace require it to be a carefully engineered appliance that, if maintained properly, can last for over 100 years. At Full Service Chimney, we work to make your fireplace the cozy fixture it was meant to be with the same quality repair service that the residents of Kansas City have counted on for over thirty years.

Your Fireplace Has Two Jobs

  • Keep heat in the fireplace firebox from coming into contact with nearby combustibles like walls, the mantle, and flooring.
  • With the chimney’s help, the fireplace carries smoke and exhaust upwards and out of the home for safe operation.

When to Replace Your Fireplace?

Fireplace replacement is often the only choice you will have when your prefabricated or outdated fireplace has outlived its ability to provide reliable performance and safety. Unfortunately, many older prefabricated fireplaces do not have replacement parts available and some older fireplaces lack the ability to be repaired due to their design.

Whether you just want to update the look or need to protect your home from fire danger when in use, Full Service Chimney can help meets your needs.

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How Much Does it Cost to Replace a Fireplace?

New prefabricated fireplaces can be purchased at most big box stores for around $500; however, the bulk of the expense will likely come from the professional installation required for use. When considering the enjoyment and added value that a new fireplace provides to your home, the benefits outway the costs.

Trust Your Local Fireplace Repair Experts

The reason our customers return every year is trust. Full Service Chimney sweeps have repaired or replaced more fireplaces and their connected chimney systems than any other service company in the greater Kansas City Metro area. 

Our team of CSIA Certified Technicians can help you too!

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Common Fireplace Problems

1. Chimney Soot or Creosote Build-up

The build-up of soot or creosote within the fireplace is a common cause of many problems. Whether you are using a wood or gas fireplace, you still produce carbon monoxide, smoke, water vapor, soot and sometimes creosote during normal use.

2. Water Leaking into Firebox from Flue

Fireplaces are often susceptible to water damage if a chimney leak is present. In fact, a leaky chimney can cause thousands of dollars in damage or lead to a water leak inside the home.

3. Firebox Damage

As you continually use your fireplace, the masonry can become damaged. You will typically see cracks flaking, staining, etc. When this happens, the heat from your fires can weaken the wood and frame surrounding the fireplace which can result in structural damage and even fire.

4. Broken Dampers Need Fixing or Replacement

The chimney fireplace damper will often serve as a “valve” that closes off the fireplace flue when not in use. When a damper doesn’t function properly, smoke may be held indoors or heating costs of your home would rise.

5. Gas Systems Need Regular Maintenance

While they may seem like a better option, gas fireplaces need servicing just as often as their wood-burning counterparts.

6. Smoke & Cold Air Coming Down Your Chimney

Smoke leaking from your fireplace and cold air coming down your chimney are common fireplace problems that every hearth lover has experienced at one time or another.

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Gas Log Installation

Revive your fireplace with a new set of gas logs to provide the ambiance you’ve been dreaming 

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Restore or Replace

Whatever your fireplace needs, the Full Service Chimney Team can provide!

Check out a few before and after pictures of firebox repairs in progress. We can help you patch it up or completely restore your fireplaces to rejuvenate your home.

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Firebox Reconstruction

Allow our Certified Technicians to rebuild your firebox and make the most your gas or wood burning system. 

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Firebox Repairs

It’s often possible to repair your firebox and use your existing set of logs to create an entirely new look. 

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Before & After

Let us repair your firebox to help restore the safe use while updating the look of your room that hosts your fireplace.

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Make it Modern

Update your old masonry stone firebox with a more modern firebrick or panel. Our Certified Technicians can provide you with the best options for your unique setup at the conclusion of your inspection.

What Our Customers Say

"Great experience with Full Service Chimney from start to finish. What started out as a simple inspection/fireplace refresh turned into a larger project as they found structural damage to chimney and rotted out chimney top. Zach took a lot of time explaining the situation, taking me thru pictures/videos of the damage and putting together a few options on how to move forward. Reall..."

Joe

"The employees were all courteous and knowledgeable. They explained what needed to be done and provided documentation of services that needed to be done, and upon completion. I have used other chimney services in the past, and feel Full Service was by far the most professional and complete."

Gena

"I will always use these people as long as they are in business. They have done the best of any sweeps we used."

randy

"Very thorough. Excellent photos of exterior & interior of the chimney. Tech walked through the issues with recommendations. Answered all my questions in good detail. Iliked them well enough to agree to gas log installation. I also like the fact they are locally owned & the initial conversation was with one of the owners."

Kathy

"Great service and very thorough."

Jon

Your #1 KC Fireplace Restoration Team

Full Service Chimney sweeps have repaired and replaced tens of thousands of fireplaces and chimneys in the Kansas City area. We can help you too!

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