We Sell & Install Regency and Hampton Wood Stoves & Inserts to Pottstown and the Surrounding Areas
Are you looking to enhance your home life by adding a new heating appliance? Browse our selection of wood stoves and inserts! Wood stoves and inserts are ideal for homeowners who love the look and feel of a real wood fire but hate the waste associated with an open hearth fireplace. Modern wood stoves and inserts are more energy efficient and greener, cleaner-burning than ever before. Say goodbye to the waste and hello to a clean conscience!
How Often Should My Chimney Be Swept?
Having your chimney swept at least once per year is one of the most important things you can do for the overall health and safety of your chimney system. An annual chimney sweeping removes dirt, debris, ash, soot and creosote from your flue, keeping your fireplace and chimney operating safely and efficiently.
The removal of creosote is one of the most important aspects of an annual chimney sweeping. Creosote is an extremely flammable material and is a byproduct of wood-burning fires. When creosote is allowed to accumulate in the flue, it can easily lead to a chimney fire.
While it is recommended that most chimneys be swept at least once per year, your chimney may need to be cleaned more or less based on use. For example, if your home uses a fireplace or wood stove daily as a major heat source, it may need to be swept more than once per year. Likewise, homes with gas fireplaces that are rarely used may need their chimneys swept less. One of our certified technicians will be able to recommend a cleaning schedule based on your family’s fireplace use and condition.
Find The Right Wood Stove Or Insert For Your Home!
Choosing a new heating appliance for your home can be a difficult and overwhelming process. Trust the experts at Wells & Sons Chimney Service to help you find a stove or insert that can fit with your family’s home, budget, and heating needs and install it properly. We proudly serve Pottstown, Phoenixville, Norristown, Lansdale, Allentown, and the surrounding areas of Montgomery and Chester counties in Pennsylvania. Feel free to call us at (610) 473-6000 with any questions — we’re here to help!