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Searching for “chimney repair companies near me” in Sellersville, PA for your home improvement project? Stop spending hours on google and call Apex Air Duct Cleaning & Chimney Services in Bucks County today! We are a locally owned business staffed with chimney and fireplace experts who are dedicated to keeping your chimney cleaned.
By coming to us, you will get the best products and services and benefit your community. Apex Air Duct Cleaning & Chimney Services offers the best chimney repairs in Sellersville, PA, and the surrounding areas, so stop googling “chimney repair companies near me” right now!
Experienced and Knowledgeable
Our staff is made up of professional chimney cleaners who carry certifications from the Chimney Safety Institute of America (CSIA) and the National Air Duct Cleaners Association (NADCA), also known as the HVAC Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Association. Our certifications from the CSIA include the Certified Chimney Sweep and Certified Dryer Exhaust Technician badges.
Both certifications require that individuals pass an examination that demonstrates their knowledge of the safety procedures and standards that must be upheld in the construction of fireplaces and chimneys. The path to the NADCA certification is similar, and for a business to be certified, at least one member of the staff must pass this examination.
Additionally, at Apex Air Duct Cleaning & Chimney Services, we have over 40 years of experience serving the residents of Sellersville, PA. Anything we didn’t learn from studying for the examinations for our numerous certifications, we have learned from decades on the job. We have encountered every possible scenario with a cracked chimney and can fix any problem. Do not waste time and money with less experienced armatures when we are ready to serve you!
Range of Services
Apex Air Duct Cleaning & Chimney Services offers a wide range of chimney cap, chimney crown, and fireplace services. We are trained and ready for routine chimney and fireplace cleaning, inspections, and repairs. There are so many types of chimneys and fireplaces you may have never know were options; this includes masonry, metal, wood-burning, gas, and electric. There are hundreds of styles to choose from to complement the interior and exterior of your home.
Furthermore, we are here to educate you about the many components of a fireplace and chimney; the hearth, smoke chamber, damper, lining, panels, flashing, and cap to name a few. We also offer various resources on our website so the residents of Bucks County and the surrounding areas can learn more about chimney and fireplace installation, maintenance, and safety. Our blog features many articles, including those on topics such as leak repair, animal removal, safety checklist, and more.
Apex Air Duct Cleaning & Chimney Services also offers dryer vent and air duct cleaning in addition to chimney and fireplace maintenance services. We offer full inspections of dryer vents and have many resources listed on our website to help homeowners learn about how to prevent dryer vent fires and make sure that their vents are up to code.
Fires in dryer vents are caused by similar circumstances to chimney fires: too much buildup over time. You should clean the dryer vent in your home twice a year to prevent harm to your family and economic loss.
We strive to similarly educate our clients about air duct maintenance. The air ducts at your property should be cleaned regularly to ensure the air in the building is not polluted. Whatever dust and debris build up in the ducts can contaminate the air.
Furthermore, if there are more people living in your home, you should clean the air ducts more often. 70%-80% of dust is made of human skin cells, and if there are more people present, more dust will accumulate.
There are many reasons you should always choose a locally owned business in Bucks County over a large corporation to repair your brick chimney. First and foremost, it benefits the local economy. Local business owners will use the money they earn to buy goods from other businesses.
Furthermore, they have an incentive to buy materials and supplies for their services from other local businesses. More money will circulate in the local Sellersville, PA economy, which will benefit you in turn. Finally, this will create more jobs locally; as the business you purchase goods or services from flourishes, so will the businesses they go to regularly, and they all will hire more people as they expand.
Additionally, if you go to a local business, you will have more control over the product or service you are paying for. When you buy something from a chain such as The Home Depot or Lowes, the product was likely made in an assembly line with thousands more just like it.
If you are speaking directly with the person who made the item, they might be able to add some personal touches at your request. The same applies to services; it is easier for individuals to adapt their services to your needs when they are not answering to a longer chain of command.
Finally, by coming to a local business, you get to know someone in your community. The network of relationships in your town or county will strengthen and you will all be brought closer together. If you choose to go to a chain store, you miss the chance to learn more about someone whose job is to make vital repairs and maintain the safety of those around you. Going to a local business, such as Apex Air Duct Cleaning & Chimney Services, will benefit you and your local community.
Dedicated to the Community
The most important thing to us at Apex Air Duct Cleaning & Chimney Services is trust and honesty. We are accessible and do all we can to make chimney, fireplace, and ventilation maintenance stress free for our customers. We want our clients and our community to know that we are a business that can be trusted with other people’s safety.
Many things can go wrong with fireplaces and chimneys, which is why it is very important that any chimney professional maintain all safety practices and comply with all building codes. This is a job we take very seriously as Apex Air Duct Cleaning & Chimney Services – if you want to work with someone you can trust, stop looking for “chimney repair companies near me” and call us at 215-608-2442 today!
Sellersville is a borough in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, United States. The population was 4,249 at the 2010 census. It is a suburb of Philadelphia in the Pennridge School District.
Sellersville was founded in the early 18th century. It was centered on a major road known as Bethlehem Pike that connected Philadelphia to Bethlehem and the rest of what was then far Western Pennsylvania. The town was very small and was called Sellers Tavern. Its most notable feature was a large inn. The present Washington House in Sellersville, however, was not Sellers Tavern. The town grew slowly over the years until the Industrial Revolution. In the 1860s the North Pennsylvania Railroad was built, running parallel to Bethlehem Pike: this stimulated the growth of light textile industries and brought a wave of population growth. The East Branch of the Perkiomen Creek runs through the town which connects it to an adjacent town of Perkasie. This creek was dammed in the early 20th century creating a small body of water known as Lake Lenape. Along the length of the lake a park was built on Perkasie and Sellersville lands. In the 1920s and 1930s this park housed a carousel, a roller coaster and several other amusements. The railroad brought hundreds of people from Philadelphia in the summer time, and it became a well known vacation spot for blue collar city workers.
In August 1938, Deutschhorst Country Club, a summer retreat created by the German American Bund, a Pro-Nazi organization moved to the area after purchasing a 40 acre ranch outside of the town. The group used the area as a summer camp where family functions and activities were pursued in addition to political rallies. As World War II approached, the club sought to distance itself several times from the Nazi cause in local newspapers and was reported as ‘almost abandoned’ from a lack of use by 1940. FBI agents were reported to have been watching the club grounds and visitors were reported to have covered their license plates in order to avoid being identified as a Bund member. In September, 1939 – shortly after the start of World War II, leader of German American Bund – Fritz Julius Kuhn, gave a speech to gathered members of the German American Bund and associated groups such as the World War I German Veteran league known as the Kyffhauser Bund, declaring that with the start of the war Adolf Hitler would ‘lick the world’ in the new conflict. The camp would eventually be closed after the dissolution of the German American Bund on December 8th, 1941 – after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor.
The town was also home to the Radium Company of America, which was the largest uranium milling facility in the world at the time. A business operating under the name of the United States Gauge Company originated in Sellersville in 1904 and allegedly became a prominent manufacturer of gauges for military use, many of which were coated with radium-based paint for night-time luminescence. The company later became instrumental in the production of nuclear weapons, leaving behind a legacy of industrial and radioactive contamination that has been well-hidden by local, county, state, and federal government agencies for decades. Today the town is still relatively small, sandwiched in between a ridge line and the larger town of Perkasie. The center of town still runs along Bethlehem Pike which is now called Old Route 309. The Washington House has recently been restored to become an upscale restaurant. Next door to the restaurant was a livery stable, which was converted into a theater (later a movie theater) in 1894. It has since been restored, and reopened in 2001 as Sellersville Theater 1894- a popular live music venue. The creek is still dammed but only the carousel in Perkasie remains of the amusements. The textile industry has long moved out of the area and Sellersville has become mainly a residential town for people working in the many urban centers that are only a short commute away. Grand View Hospital, Bucks County’s first hospital, has provided residents of Bucks and Montgomery counties with comprehensive healthcare services since 1913. The town is surrounded on three sides by open country and spread out housing developments. The local firehouse provides various activities throughout the year, including a carnival in the summer. The Holiday House Pool and Recreation Center becomes a hotspot for people to escape the heat during the summer as well. There are various businesses along Main Street, one being the Washington House, which provide some jobs as well, but largely the town remains a residential area. There is a Sellersville Museum off of Main Street which displays different exhibits every month.
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