VOTED BEST CHIMNEY SWEEP IN CENTRAL TEXAS By Readers of the Killeen Daily Herald in 2014
The Area's only certified chimney sweeps - Serving all of Bell, Coryell and Lampasas counties with the best chimney and dryer vent care - Since 1980
Fireplace and Home Safety Products
For all your fireplace service, safety & home decor needs, call Ables Top Hat Chimney Sweeps. Check out our complete line of products.
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Quality Chimney Sweep Services
Ables Top Hat Chimney Sweeps offers a variety of services - chimney, fireplace, and home safety, including animal removal and dryer vent cleaning. Call today: 254-547-6087.
Ables Top Hat Chimney Sweeps, Inc.
The area's only certified chimney sweeps
Serving Bell, Coryell and Lampasas counties with the best chimney and dryer vent care since 1980.
Fireplaces absorb great amounts of heat but not without suffering damage. We repair it and bring the fireplace up to codes for safety's sake.
Chimneys must be kept in proper condition to withstand the effects of weather and last a long time. We are masters at keeping them in tip top shape.
Creosote buildup poses a serious fire hazard that must be removed. We have taken an old tradition added modern methods and tools to give you the best service around. We do the job right and thoroughly, not a quick in and out stop leaving your family in peril of things you can see.
Dryer Vent Cleaning
Over 17,000 dryer vent fires are reported every year. Most could have been prevented. We clean all types of dryer vents with our special tools. Immediate results and no mess.
In a masonry fireplace the firebrick protects surrounding areas within the wall from the flames. In a prefab metal fireplace the the thin ceramic panels protect the sheet metal walls of the fireplace. If not taken care of, fires built in prefabricated fireplaces can compromise the panels and eventually heat up the metal surround and transfer that heat to surrounding wooden framing members.
What’s in YOUR chimney? Doug Ables, a chimney sweep from Copperas Cove, Texas, is interviewed by Bob Phillips in this segment of Texas Country Reporter. Doug shares a list of some amazing things he has found in chimneys during his …
The song doesn’t say, but in case you have ever wondered what happened to that crazed Mississippi squirrel that brought on the revival in that sleepy little town of Pascagoula, Mississippi, wonder no more. I think I may have cleared …