Twin Cities Chimney Inspection & Repair

Fireplaces are a great addition for any home, providing warmth and coziness, especially during Minnesota’s long winters. However, fireplaces and chimneys require regular maintenance for safety and efficiency. We are proud to offer chimney inspection and repair for the Twin Cities area. You can trust our technicians to thoroughly inspect, maintain and repair your home’s chimney.

Chimney Inspection

We offer all levels of chimney inspections. With a Level 1 inspection, we check the soundness of the structure and flue, basic connections and damper functionality. In addition, the technician will ensure the chimney is free of obstruction and combustible deposits. Level 2 and 3 inspections are more detailed and will be done when needed or as requested.

Chimney Repair

If there are safety issues with your chimney, our experienced technicians can also provide chimney repair.

We repair water damage, cracked bricks, cracked crowns and more. We provide chimney rebuilding and tuck pointing. Damaged chimneys are not only unsafe but, if left unfixed, can cause more damage to the home. This is especially true for water intrusion through cracked or unsealed chimneys.

Whether it’s an issue you notice or one we find when doing a regular cleaning and inspection, we will make sure your chimney is functioning properly and preventing damage to your home.

Chimney Repair Services:

  • Replacing chimney caps, flues or dampers
  • Chimney lining or relining
  • Masonry and brick work
  • Chimney rebuilds
  • Tuckpointing
  • Crown repair
  • Chimney sealing
Certified Chimney Sweep
 National Chimney Sweep Guild Member

Contact Vent Guys for Chimney Inspection & Repair

When you need reliable and professional chimney repair for your Twin Cities home or business, call Vent Guys at 612-492-1342 or contact us. We provide free estimates and free second looks (if another company already inspected).


Customer Testimonials

"Called vent Guys, because I thought something was burning when I used my dryer. It turns out the vent wasn't hooked up to my dryer. I needed a new vent connection. It's a good thing I called, because it could of been a fire." - Connie, Oakdale

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