If you are a homeowner, this site will help you to locate a professional chimney sweep in the state of Massachusetts who will be able to offer you their professional services.
Like most things, your chimney needs regular maintenance to keep working properly and safely. The National Fire Protection Association in their Code 211 states; Chimneys, fireplaces and vents shall be inspected at least once a year. Connectors, spark arrestors, clean-outs and tee fittings connected to chimneys for oil, gas, wood, coal or pellet venting systems, shall be inspected at least once a year for soundness and deposits. Cleaning, maintenance and repairs shall be done if necessary.
Please search by city for a MCSG chimney professional sweep near you.
If you are a current member of the Massachusetts Chimney Sweep Guild, this is your site as well. Please go to "Chimney Professional Area" and you will find information you need for meetings and upcoming events.
If you are a chimney sweep professional, and would like to become a member of our guild, feel free to fill out an application.
Thank you for choosing a Massachusetts Chimney Sweep Guild member, please let us know about your experience good or bad.
The Brighton, MA Fire Department lends a helping hand to this member of the Massachusetts Chimney Sweep Guild as his company prepares to install a liner in the fire station
A chimney professional using scaffolding and a respirator as he dismantles a damaged chimney
Using roof scaffolding, a chimney professional continues the rebuilding of a chimney as it passes through the roof
BELOW: The chimney professional wearing his PPE admires the view of the Atlantic Ocean and surveys the work ahead of him from the safety of his scaffold