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Chimney Sweep Prices AUSTIN TX

Written by: Wyatt Richards | November 17, 2010 11:18 AM in Cleaning Services & Maids | 1566 views | Tags: Chimney Sweep , Outdoor fireplace , stormy winter , home heating , debris buildup , fire place , wood burning stoves

Hello Friends,

I can not stress enough the importance of choosing a professional chimney sweep. Anyone that charges less than these rates, can not afford to stay in business/offer a warranty. I would rather pay a professional that I can have in the family for years. Prices for cleaning a chimney vary with the size of the job. The average cost is between $99 to $200 dollars.  Wood burning stoves need to be cleaned as well, this carries a price of $100 to $225, and this includes the liner. Wood burning stove fireplaces with inserts carry a chimney sweep price of $100 to $150. Here is a break down of the prices All American Chimney Sweeps feels is fair nation wide :::

(Special thanks to our friends at CHimney Keepers)

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·  Level 1 Inspections Only: $65  

·  To clean Brick/masonry chimney:  $169  includes Level 1 inspection: (for inserts/woodstoves see pricing below).

                                                 

·  Clean Pre-fab fireplace (wood or vinyl siding on outside of chimney):  $154  includes Level 1 inspection.

·  Wood-stoves and inserts cleaning starting at: $199  includes Level 1 inspection
we remove the stove/insert and clean chimney, reinstall and clean inside of woodstove
insert.   

·  Wood Stove/Insert Removal and disposal: $100 to 150 (removal)+199 (cleaning)=$349  This includes: cleaning the chimney and removing the stove at same time. (we can leave the stove or take to recycling facility) let us know in advance. 

·  To remove and dispose of woodstove/insert: $199 and up for removal only of woodstove insert. We will remove and haul off to recycle.To remove woodstove/insert and leave onsite $189. no cleaning of chimney flue. We brush out debris behind the wood stove and off walls of firebox, reinstall damper blade and handle if avaliable. If new damper blade and handle are needed they start at $150.

·  Dryer vent cleanings start at $129 (dryer on lower level)   to $139 for most 2-3 story homes. Replacing vent hose from dryer to pipe in wall is $3.00 per foot. (UL listed non flamable dryer venting pipe)  Dryer vents through roof is $139.

·  Video scan of the chimney starts at $199 (chimney may need to be cleaning,  see price above)

·  Firebox Back Wall removal and rebuild starts at $495. Side walls start at $350.

·  Water repellant treatments have to be quoted on an individual basis. We will be happy to come by and look at your chimney, just give us a call.

·  Hook up gas logs in fireplace with existing gas line. $65hr. (min 1 hr) + parts.

·  Remove gas logs in firepalce and cap line if needed, $65hr (1hr min) + parts

·  Replace chase cover on pre-fab chimney: starts at $425 and up. depends on material and height and size of chimney top.  Cost of additional repairs are estimated on a per project basis. Call for free quote and inspection of chase top.

·  Prices for chimney caps  are figured on size of chimney, number of flues to cover, and materials wanted. We carry Stainless steel and copper both with lifetime warranty.

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