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What does a Chimney Service Professional do?
Chimney Service Professionals not only sweep chimneys, they maintain a high level of knowledge of codes regarding proper construction, and proper installation of the fuel burning appliances that vent into the chimney.
All appliances that burn fuel must use a chimney or venting system, and all these systems need to be checked annually. Improper installation or inadequate cleaning of the vent system can reduce appliance efficiency and waste fuel, and presents potential danger from fire, carbon monoxide poisoning and damage to your home caused by outdoor weather damage. Get more information on Chimney Safety.
These appliances, and their chimneys/venting systems, should be checked annually and serviced when needed:
Fireplaces (masonry and factory built, wood and gas)
Stoves (wood, pellet, gas, coal, corn and other fuels)
Call one of our members today to inquire about the professional sweeping and inspection services they offer.
You can call: 973.919.4465 for more information, questions or help locating a member in your area.
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The New Jersey Chimney Sweep Guild is an association of Chimney Service Professionals and service companies.
We serve the public through safety awareness programs about proper installation, sweeping and repair of chimneys and venting systems. Our members must maintain professional credentials and high levels of ethical business practices.
We serve our members by sponsoring training programs and educational seminars that help assure they meet the industry's highest ongoing standards.
Meeting Schedule for 2014
All currently scheduled General Meetings will be held at the
390 Forsgate Drive
Monroe, New Jersey 08831
Thursday Octtober 16, 2014 At 7PM
Where:Crowne Plaza Hotel 390 Forsgate Dr. Monroe, NJ 08831
What : General Meeting & Presentation by Michael Segerstrom Level 2 Inspection of a multi-flue masonry chimney
Summary: Covers the basics and certain finer points of performing a level 2 Inspection on a masonry chimney that incorporates a wood burning fireplace and a second heating appliance flue.
Presented By: Mike Segerstrom, NCSG Technical Advisory Council Chair, CSIA Instructor and Olympia Instructor. 1.5 CEU's to be provided.
Please RSVP before October 13, 2014 to Steve Kuber @732-970-8770 or Email @ firstname.lastname@example.org
Meeting schedule for 2014-2015
October 16, 2014
January 10, 2015 Holiday party
March 19, 2015
May 22, 2015
Locations to be announced
Schedule is subject to change!
Please remember how important it is to RSVP in a timely manner.
If we do not know you are coming we cannot prepare for the event properly.
Please support the NJ Guild and attend all functions!
RSVP To: Chimneysweep@comcast.net
or Stephen Kuber, Treasurer at 732.920.8770
Follow the signs for The New Jersey Turnpike (I-95) and get off at exit 8A (Jamesburg/Monroe). Bear left after the tollbooth towards Jamesburg-Monroe. Follow exit ramp. Make the first right into the Crowne Plaza Monroe parking lot.