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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.

This chimney had an excess of third-degree baked on creosote. Baked on third-degree creosote is a combustible deposit and when creosote builds up in the interior wall of the chimney in excess it poses as a large flue fire hazard. We applied Poultice Creosote Remover from the throat to the termination using a winch. PCR is a revolutionary product designed to completely remove 3rd degree glazed creosote from flue tiles or stainless steel chimney liners. When PCR is applied, it dissolves the creosote and absorbs it. As it absorbs the creosote and dries, it loses its adhesive properties and falls off the sides of the flue tiles. Now this chimney is safe and ready for fires again! ... See MoreSee Less

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During our beginning stages for a standard chimney repair, we came across a bigger issue. We found poor roof flashing conducted by a roofer. Screws were used to secure roofing and flashing down around the chimney, this has damaged the home. This roof flashing system collected an excess of water and has caused dry rot around the roofing. The sheathing needed to be cut out approximately 16 inches in all directions from the chimney and replaced. We replaced the rotted trusses, sheathing, and supplied and installed new roof shingles. We then installed new step flashing, and a cricket to divert water and debris. Now, this chimney AND roof is secure, safe and will last for many more years. ... See MoreSee Less

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This chimney was loose and crumbling above the roofline, due to years of PNW saturation decay. We took this chimney down to the roofline and rebuilt it with new redondo grey mission brick. This chimney vents a gas furnace, which requires a chimney liner to properly vent the moisture rich emission of a gas furnace. ... See MoreSee Less

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Chimney terminations are important! These chimney caps are off-set by an 8inch termination elevation difference. This chimney cap arrangement prevents a "down draft", where the smoke from one fireplace gets sucked down the adjacent flue, filing the basement with smoke. If your house is filling with smoke, it may be caused from an inadequate chimney cap configuration. Call 503-758-4710 for a cap estimate. ... See MoreSee Less

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This fireplace chimney was loose and crumbling above the roofline, pulling away from the house and had settled because it was built before rebar re- reinforcement was added to chimneys. To get this chimney up to code and back to its original glory, we took this chimney down to the ground, removed it from the site and built a new chimney foundation. We then rebuilt the chimney using a new burgundy red smooth brick. We reinforced the chimney with a masonry flue tile liner, re-bar and concrete. Then tied the chimney to the structure of the house using interior chimney straps. We then built a new crown with a new flue tile. Lastly, we supplied and installed new roof and counter flashing with ice and water shield.

If you have a chimney that is in need of repair, call 503-758-4710 for a free estimate! ... See MoreSee Less

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