Chimney Sweep in Gardner, KS
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The Chimneys & Fireplaces of Gardner, Kansas
BY. ROBERT BERRY, OWNER OF FULL SERVICE CHIMNEY
Woodburning Stove in Gardner
Fireplaces and chimneys in Gardner are of two broad categories. Those common to the first half of the 1900s have a utility design. Then, starting post-WWII, a transition happened to hearth and chimney systems. Both a heating and fireplace ambiance design began to influence home and hearth design. The chimneys and the appliances they serve were constructed with the common materials available. These materials were limited in an isolated agricultural community, remote from the supplies commonly found in larger metropolitan cities.
Historic Stone Chimney
Preserve the Style of Yesteryear with a Safe and Functional Hearth
Damaged Crown in Gardner
A Gas Fireplace Makes Enjoying a Fire as Easy as Watching Television
Home hearth design through the year 2000 was still focused on wood-burning fireplaces. Many of these fireplaces were built in a factory and installed at the time of the home’s construction. The average lifespan of a factory-built fireplace (or “pre-fab”) is an average of 10 years.
Fireplace Facelift in Gardner
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Gardner Chimney Inspection
Pre-Fab Chimney with Cap in Gardner
Modern Fireplace in Gardner
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A Quick History of Gardner, KS
What is now known as Gardner was known to travelers in the 1800s as the city “where the trails divide”. Westbound settlers taking the Oregon/California Trails and Santa Fe Trails would go their separate ways when they got to Gardner. The Santa Fe Trail steered them southwest towards New Mexico and the Oregon/California Trail sent them northwest where the trail would later split to go to California or Oregon. In 1857, Gardner was established as a free-stater settlement. The town allegedly got its name in honor of the Massachusetts governor at the time, Henry Gardner, because the town was mostly settled by Massachusetts emigrants. The first high school was built in the 1920s and Main Street became home to many businesses.
Santa Fe Railroad Bell
Full Service Chimney inspects, cleans, and repairs Gardner chimney’s daily… as we’ve done for over 30 years!