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We look forward to providing outstanding service from your initial call to completion of work. We pride ourselves on performing excellent work in the utmost timely and professional manner.

Are you looking for a reputable, locally owned company with a history of professional service and customer satisfaction? Portland Fireplace and Chimney Inc. provides outstanding service to thousands of customers every year. We have been serving the Portland-Vancouver area since 2007.

Your home is the first place you want to insure your families safety. It is our first priority to assure the safety of your home and loved ones. It is our passion, livelihood and love of the community around us that inspires the excellence in trade knowledge and customer service we provide.

Is your fireplace safe and ready for use? We are CSIA certified to inspect and sweep all fireplaces. Whether you have a wood burning fireplace, gas insert, wood stove or pellet stove, call today to schedule your appointment! 503-758-4710 ... See MoreSee Less

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It's raining! Do you have a cap on your chimney? Chimney caps, also called rain covers, are probably the most inexpensive preventive measure that a homeowner can employ to prevent water penetration and damage to the chimney. Chimney caps have long been recognized as an important chimney safety and damage prevention component. Underwriters Laboratories (UL) specifies that any chimney lining system that is to be listed to their test standard must include a chimney cap.

Chimneys have one or more large openings (flues) at the top that can collect rainwater and funnel it directly to the chimney interior. A commonly-sized flue has the potential to allow large amounts of rain or snow into the chimney during just one winter when freeze/thaw cycles are common.

Chimney caps also provide other benefits. A strong, well-designed cap will prevent birds and animals from entering and nesting in the chimney. Caps also function as spark arrestors, preventing sparks from landing on the roof or other nearby combustible material.

Give us a call for a free estimate to measure for a new chimney cap! 503-758-4710! ... See MoreSee Less

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Before and After! There was loose brick on the top eight courses of this 1920's chimney at a home in NE Portland. The mortar joints were cracked and loose approximately 12 courses down from the termination point. The mortar joints were soft and needed repointing. The masonry counter flashing had been installed improperly. Improperly installed counter flashing poses as a water intrusion risk accelerating decay of the masonry. We took this chimney down as needed not to exceed 12 courses and rebuilt it reusing the existing red rug break. We then supplied and installed new masonry counter flashing. ... See MoreSee Less

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Portland Fireplace and Chimney Inc. updated their cover photo. ... See MoreSee Less

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