Chimney Service in Kansas City, KS

If you’re looking for the best Chimney Service in Kansas City, KS then look no further, you’ve found the right team to help with all your fireplace and chimney needs! Whether it’s an inspection, cleaning, or repair, a Certified Technician will be on every job site.

Backed by a team of support staff ready to help you with everything chimney and fireplace!

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The Chimneys & Fireplaces of Kansas City, Kansas

BY: ROBERT BERRY, OWNER OF FULL SERVICE CHIMNEY

From the early pioneers to the present day first time home buyers, residents of Kansas City, KS have an appreciation for a warm fire in the fireplace. The homes built in the early 1900s would frequently have multiple fireplaces throughout the home.

Many bedrooms had a proportional size fireplace with a coal basket grate or an early version of a gas insert room heater. Since so much of this early development was prior to 1945, many chimneys are
unlined.

This means only one or two walls of brickwork separate the exhaust from the home’s interior. From WWII forward, the inclusion of liners in the construction of chimneys and the style of fireplaces adjusted from a square Rumford design to a more contemporary rectangular shape.

The chimneys that service the coal or gas (and sometimes oil) burning appliances commonly found in the basement, utilized the single flue design. Since these early chimneys were servicing lower efficiency furnaces and boilers, they had large flue passageways (by today’s standards).

KCK: Loving Smokestacks for Over 100 Years!

From the early pioneers to the present day first time home buyers, residents of Kansas City, KS have an appreciation for a warm fire in the fireplace. The homes built in the early 1900s would frequently have multiple fireplaces throughout the home.

Many bedrooms had a proportional size fireplace with a coal basket grate or an early version of a gas insert room heater. Since so much of this early development was prior to 1945, many chimneys are unlined.

This means only one or two walls of brickwork separate the exhaust from the home’s interior. From WWII forward, the inclusion of liners in the construction of chimneys and the style of fireplaces adjusted from a square Rumford design to a more contemporary rectangular shape.

The chimneys that service the coal or gas (and sometimes oil) burning appliances commonly found in the basement, utilized the single flue design. Since these early chimneys were servicing lower efficiency furnaces and boilers, they had large flue passageways (by today’s standards).

Allow Us to Serve Your Home

By keeping an eye on your chimney and fireplace, the need for restoration someday is substantially reduced.

Have Full Service Chimney visit your home and help you keep what you have while making your hearth a comfortable gathering place for friends and family.

Last 20 Years Brought Growth & New Fireplaces

With the development of the older parts of the city and the new development since 2000 on the west side, new homes are springing up all over KCK.

A large majority of these homes have factory-built fireplaces or convenient gas fireplaces utilizing direct-vent technology. Full Service Chimney can help you keep these modern hearth products up and running with ongoing maintenance and needed service.

Full Service Chimney regularly installs a gas exhaust liner kit in the original chimney, both preserving the delicate flue and returning the needed level of safety for the customer.

Full Service Chimney inspects, cleans, and repairs KCK chimney’s daily… as we’ve done for over 30 years!

The Right Team to Help with all your Fireplace and Chimney Needs!

Call now and speak with one of our CSIA Certified Chimney Sweeps.

Call us at 913-642-6171 

A Quick History of Kansas City, KS

What was once one city along Kaw Point, the meeting of the Kansas and Missouri Rivers is now two separate cities with the same name. What divides them today is which side of the state line they are on. The division did not begin that way though.

After the Civil War, the city population grew immensely because of the railways and a bridge that crossed the river. Industries chose their sides of the city as well. Kansas City, KS-the West Bottoms, specifically-became the area for cattle trade and processing because of the rail yards.

Trade and commerce industries opted for the Missouri side. Kansas City became incorporated in 1872. When four nearby municipalities were consolidated, the “new” Kansas City, KS was formed in 1886, formally separating from Kansas City, MO.

Kansas City, KS is Home to:

NASCAR Racing – Kansas Speedway a 1.5 mile tri-oval track is host to two NASCAR race series annually. The race track officially opened in 2001 and becomes the sixth-largest city in Kansas on NASCAR race weekends.

Soccer Capital of America – Soccer exploded in Kansas City when Major League Soccer team Sporting KC moved across the state line. Kansas Citians have fully embraced Sporting KC with sellout crowds at nearly every home game.

World’s Best Barbecue – The Kansas City metropolitan area is renowned for barbecue and several large cooking contests including the American Royal. Bring your appetites and get ready to chow down at one of the many award-winning barbecue joints in Kansas City, KS.

Your Kansas City Fireplace Repair Professionals

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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