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ProLine Chimneys – New Hyde Park, New York 11040 11042

1 Hour Response Time for Local calls in New Hyde Park and Neighboring towns.

Serving All Of Nassau & Suffolk Counties, Long Island NY

ProLine Chimneys is the # 1 Full Service Chimney Company in New Hyde Park, New York 11040 11042 responding to local surrounding area calls promptly, for your convenience we also service all of Nassau & Suffolk County Long Island New York.

Whether your in need of an annual chimney cleaning, chimney liner, or your rain cap blew off, we're the Company for the Job. ProLine Chimney Company is your Long Island chimney service and repair specialists. With over 35 years of experience, we are confident we can keep your home and family safe by routinely inspecting and servicing your chimney.

The Types of Chimneys we service are Oil-Fired Burners / Boilers, Fireplaces, Oil to Gas Conversions, to Wood Burning Stoves and Inserts. In addition to chimney cleaning and sweeps, we also offer chimney inspections, replace chimney caps, install chimney lining systems, repair roof / chimney flashings, fabricate and install chimney chase covers, rebuild new brick chimneys, install Metal Bestos chimney piping, masonry re-pointing re-grouting, install heavy duty chimney braces and straps for loose or leaning chimneys, replace cement chimney crowns, waterproof masonry style chimneys with sealant preventing leaks into home, and chemically remove soot stains.

ProLine Chimneys is father and son owned and operated and has been serving the chimney sweeping, repair, and installation needs of customers on Long Island for over 35 years. Our reputation for high quality workmanship and exceptional customer service is second to none.

Thank You for choosing ProLine Chimney Company. Call us Today.... (516) 249-4900. ------------------------------------ If you Have a Quick Question, Call Tony the Owner on His Mobile Phone..... (516) 404-1357 ----------------------------- If you Would Like to Communicate via email, our email address is...... service@prolinecorp.org

Or fill out the Quick Service Appointment form on the right column of this page, to schedule a service appointment or a free estimate today.

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Having a chimney cleaning done by a chimney company is a great way in determining the condition your heating systems exhaust line or chimney flue is in, how much build up was accumulated since your last chimney service, and recommendations by the technician on how often your particular chimney configuration must be cleaned. The average price companies charge for a chimney cleaning is usually under a hundred dollars for a stage 1 chimney cleaning, however if your chimney hasn't been serviced regularly or if excessive build up is present it may cost more. Once a chimney cleaning is performed 2 seasons in a row by the same chimney company, homeowners can then determine if in fact their chimney should be serviced annually or not, based on the amount of soot and build-up that was removed from the chimney flue by the technician.

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It is Recommended to have your chimney inspected once a year, most commonly before the heating season to assure that your home or business' heating system is in proper working condition. Chimney cleaning or sweeps are also performed at this time which removes any build up of soot that may have occurred throughout the prior year. If left unserviced these materials then accumulate and harden which can cause a puff back or back puff due to the lack of proper exhaust flow, and may pose a risk of catching fire, endangering the safety of your home and family.

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Having your chimney swept and checked out by a chimney company is a great way in determining the condition your heating systems exhaust line or chimney flue is in, how much build up was accumulated since your last chimney service, and recommendations by the technician on how often your particular chimney configuration should be serviced. The average price companies charge for a chimney sweeping is usually under a hundred dollars for a stage 1 chimney sweep, however if your chimney hasn't been serviced regularly or if excessive build up is present it may cost more. Once a chimney cleaning is performed 2 seasons in a row by the same chimney company, homeowners can then determine if in fact their chimney should be serviced annually or not, based on the amount of soot and build-up that was removed from the chimney flue by the technician.

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Chimney Caps or Rain Caps as they are also referred to, are either square, rectangular, or round in shape with a slight outward slope allowing for rain and snow to run off. They are installed on the top of chimneys to prevent rain water from entering the chimney flue which can cause the hardening of chimney soot making it very difficult to remove while annually servicing and cleaning your chimney. Rain water entering a chimney flue when missing a cap, travels down the flue all the way to the bottom and can rust and deteriorate your appliances components prematurely and can leak into human living space commonly misdiagnosed for a roof leak, and pose a risk of mold and odors. Animals also find refuge and sometimes nest and breed in chimney flues when missing the chimney cap.

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Do I need a chimney liner ?? Is a very common question asked. To answer that we will briefly go over what a chimney liner is and why it is beneficial. Chimneys by definition are required to withstand very high temperatures being produced by an appliance in your home or business which burns flammable and or explosive heating fuel sources, such as heating oil, gas, propane, or wood logs. Throughout the years these high temperatures test the integrity of your chimney flue ( the conduit in which the smoke or exhaust goes up and out ) . Every time your burner cycles in and out during very cold weather in the winter months, all components expand to their limits from the heat, then drastically cool down while not running. These broad temperature variations cause the materials involved to crack and weaken. Chimney Lining Systems are then installed which are designed to expand and retract, thus provided a safe and sterile conduit for the exhausting gases, while also protecting your appliances such as boilers, burners, water heaters from harmful crumbling particles that have built up in your system throughout the years.

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Chimney flashings are located along the base of chimneys at the point where a chimney meets the roof. Understanding that chimneys that protrude through your roof are commonly made out of either metal or brick, and your roofing components are made out of wood frame and roof shingles, one must realize that the temperature expansion and retraction rate on these 2 different type of materials varies a great deal. Therefor in order to protect watertight conditions along that area a firm yet flexible material should be used for its flashing. Rolls of lead are often used in this process.

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Homes that are not built with brick style chimneys, are sometimes designed with what is called a Chimney Chase, constructed right into the frame of the home, allowing for the routing of 1 or more chimney flue pipes to exhaust safely to the Chase's Top. The top of that wooden structure is often very high up and only visible by a chimney technician on a routine scheduled maintenance. When correctly built the top of the chase should be pitched outward preventing any standing rain water from ponding there, which ultimately causes leaks then the rusting and deterioration of the entire Chase top. Chimney Chase Covers are then used as a replacement of the original chimney cover. Most new Chimney Chase Covers are custom fabricated to fit perfect and are often made in one piece, using stainless steel or copper sheets metal.

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There are numerous reasons why a brick type masonry chimney would weaken, deteriorate, then fail and crumble over the years. Routinely maintaining and inspecting a brick chimney would minimize the risks of weather damage causing irreparable damage to your chimney. The application of clear silicone waterproof coating prevents water molecules from entering the pours of the bricks and masonry, which freeze overnight during the cold winter months and slowly pry open and loosen the mortar joints, which then allows more rain water to enter and causes a escalating deterioration effect. Brick chimney must then either be rebuilt or the masonry be repaired or re grouted.

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As the Home Building Construction Boom of the 1970's and 80's were occurring, the demand for a more practical and cost effective method for the exhausting and venting of home heating systems arose. Prefabricated Chimney Housing Systems were then invented, in which offered builders and designers an alternative method in channeling heating systems exhaust chimney flues safely up and through the roof, while costing a fraction of the price of having a brick or cement block chimney constructed, which requires a foundation and tedious masonry work. Throughout the years the imitation Chimney housings and components wear and and fail, which then start leaking rain water into the home and sometimes hazardous fumes into human living space and must be repaired or completely replaced.

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As the Home Building Construction Boom of the 1970's and 80's were occurring, the demand for a more practical and cost effective method for the exhausting and venting of home heating systems arose. Insulated Stainless steel metal chimney pipes were then invented, in which offered builders and designers an alternative method in channeling heating systems exhaust chimney flues safely up and through the roof, while costing a fraction of the price of having a brick or cement block chimney constructed, which requires a foundation and tedious masonry work. Throughout the years the Insulated Stainless steel metal chimney pipes, also Known as Metal Bestos Pipes and components wear and and fail, which then start leaking rain water into the home and sometimes hazardous fumes into human living space and must be repaired or completely replaced.

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There are numerous reasons why a brick type masonry chimney would weaken, deteriorate, then fail and crumble throughout the years. Routinely maintaining and inspecting a brick chimney would minimize the risks of the winter weather elements such as snow, ice, rain and wind from causing irreparable damage to your chimney. If discovered early enough the application of clear silicone waterproof coating would be applied which prevents water molecules from entering the pours of the bricks and masonry, then freeze overnight during the cold winter months and slowly pry open and loosen the mortar joints, which then allows more rain water to enter and causes an escalating deterioration effect. If the Masonry joints have deteriorated excessively, Masonry Pointing or Re-Grouting of the masonry joints would be required, by sometimes grinding out the old masonry joints with a masonry saw cutting blade, then filling the joint in with fresh mortar.

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Chimneys designed using brick chimney construction, are by nature heavy and bulky compared to lighter alternative systems such as insulated metal pipes and Prefabricated chimneys. When they are built along side an exterior bearing wall, small brick ties are laid in the brick joints every 8 to 12 inches, then attached to the side of the wall using nails or screws, preventing the chimney from swaying and loosening, posing a risk of the entire chimney falling over. Mason Contractors sometimes either don't install them, or rain water from the roof or chimney flashing gets behind the chimney, which sometimes freezes and pries the chimney away from the wall and also rusts these brick ties. Wind then rocks the chimney to and fro which further separates the chimney. Chimney Straps also known as Chimney Braces are installed to secure and refasten the chimney back to the wall.

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Chimney Crown is the name given to the top of any masonry style chimney constructed using either bricks, cement blocks or stucco finished veneer. The crown of a chimney is your first line of defense from the elements of nature such as wind, snow, rain and ice. The fact that its most likely the only horizontal surface on a chimney, makes it the area that experiences the harshest degree of wear and tear. Hot fumes and exhaust gases released from the top of the chimney flue expand the flue pipe itself and the crown. Throughout the years these high temperatures test the integrity of your chimney flue ( the conduit in which the smoke or exhaust goes up and out ) . Every time your burner cycles in and out during very cold weather in the winter months, all components expand to their limits from the heat, then drastically cool down while not running. These broad temperature variations cause the materials involved to crack and weaken. The Coating of the Chimney Crown or complete replacement is generally required, oftentimes installed using synthetic masonry cement and a membrane reinforcement creating a more durable chimney crown in defense of harsh weather.

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Stucco Waterproofing Coatings are applied onto the surface of chimneys for various reasons. A fresh new different cleaner look is sometimes the motive, converting a chimney with a traditional brick look into a chimney with a more uniform stucco look, in which, comes in a variety of colors. Another more common reason Stucco Waterproofing Coatings are applied, although, is an alternative to undergoing masonry pointing or the re-grouting of the brick chimneys masonry joints when prolonged weather damage has occurred. Informatively, brick type masonry chimneys weaken, deteriorate, then fail and crumble throughout the years caused by water molecules entering the pours of the bricks and masonry, then freezing overnight during the cold winter months and slowly prying open and loosening the mortar joints, which then allows more rain water to enter and causes an escalating deterioration effect. Stucco Coatings are then used, often reinforced with a membrane adding strength and durability, thus producing waterproof conditions throughout.

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Home heating systems generally burn a variety of fuel sources, such as heating oil, gas, propane, and wood logs. Throughout the years and depending on weather and wind conditions, these elements create and build up different types of residues and soot. When these materials come in contact with water and moisture, they bond much more easily to any surface they land on. Unappealing chimney soot stains then form on the chimney, in which are sometimes irritating in appearance. Similar to the cleaning of a household oven, different techniques are used to remove the stains, such as brushing or applying chemicals and acids.

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HAVE A QUICK QUESTION ? Call the Owner Directly On his Mobile Phone. Tony: 516-404-1357

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