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Chimney & Fireplace reviews in Leeds

  • A
    Southern Strong Roofing
    Found a leak around my chimney and sealed it.  No more more dripping  ceiling!  He also sent pictures to my email to let me see the issue & the fix.  Great person, company & job.  I would use them again
    - Pam D.
  • A
    Joe Smith Masonry
    Joe Smith and his crew did a fabulous job of laying all of the brick for our new home construction.  Their work is excellent.  We came as a family one morning and watched them put the brick on the side of the house and it was amazing to see how they worked together as a team to get the job done in an efficient manner.  They did a wonderful job also on the stacked stone on one portion of the front of the house and on the front porch.  They later came back and also did the stacked stone fireplace which looks so warm and homey!  There were a few issues with the stacked stone that had to be straightened out but they cheerfully came back and repaired it.  We couldn't be more pleased with their superb masonry work!
    - Michele and Mike D.
  • F
    Overall our experience with Scully's was very bad and we do not recommend them. After finding out that part of the flue liner was never installed, that the cap that they put on was the wrong size, and that this was a potential fire hazard, we called Scully's to inform them of this around the end of Nov. 2009. Mr. Scully did not return the phone call. Scully's was called again on 12-5-09 and told that Mr. Scully would return the call; he did not. Another message was left that afternoon. We were able to speak with him on 12-7-09 and Mr. Scully said that he did not believe that the chimney flue liner pipe was missing at all and blamed the chimney sweeps for the problem saying that most of them were crooks. We contacted the chimney sweep to ask if the pipe was jammed and they confirmed that the pipe was totally missing, never installed, and was not that hard to put in. We again called Mr. Scully; someone said he would call back but he did not return the call. We again called on 12-24-09 and Mr. Scully said he would send someone to look at the problem on 12-29-09; Scully's cancelled due to snow. They said they would call and reschedule; no one called. We called them on 1-4-10. Scully's said they would come on 1-13-10; they cancelled because of snow. We told Scully's this problem needed to be taken care of right away because our bonus room filled with smoke as well as the smell of smoke going throughout the house. The wood stove was shut down for the safety of the family. Scully's was notified by us that the roof on that side of the house was clear of snow on the afternoon of 1-13-10. They said they would come on 1-15-10. Mr. Scully called and left a message with our teenage son telling him that he wasn't coming to fix the chimney and would not be dictated to as to when he would come and fix it and hung up on him! The roof has been clear of snow since then with temperatures in the 40's and Scully's has not called and rescheduled to come back out. A third opinion was obtained on 1-19-10 which said that yes, the top 4 feet of chimney flue was never installed and the wrong chimney cap was put on that was clogged after just being cleaned in November 2009. The third opinion said that creosote and water had run down into the outer chimney liner and creosote had coated the cap causing the smoke to go back down into the living space which was dangerous and a fire hazard! This third opinion also said that it would have been best if the outside of the liner would have been insulated but that this was never put in. Pictures were obtained to confirm the mentioned problems. We're giving an F grade because of Scully's Fireplace Shop's negligence from the beginning in not properly installing the chimney flue and cap, not returning phone calls, cancelling appointments, relaying a message to an older child and hanging up on him instead of communicating with the homeowners, and not taking responsibility for a faulty installment job which has caused us to have to pay for numerous chimney cleanings and has been dangerous to our family.   UPDATE:January 25, 2010  After we contacted the home builder and this home builder spoke with Mr. Scully about this situation, Mr. Scully said that he would now come and fix the chimney flue and cap. Scully's Fireplace Shop did not come and fix the above stated problems even after receiving a certified letter from us which stated that we would like that Scully's fix the problem within 15 days of receiving the letter. It has been 22 days and still no repairs were made by Scully's. Therefore, because we have lost money due to an increase in our electricity bill since we haven't been able to use the woodstove in over a month and because we have been trying to get Scully's to fix this problem since November of 2009, we decided to go ahead and hire another company to remedy the problem. The other company fixed the problem in a timely fashion and in several inches of snow! The reason that we're changing the price to an F is because upon examining the original receipts from Scully's after installing the woodstove in 2002, we saw that we paid for a full-length chimney flue liner and a cap which we had believed was the correct one at that time and because we paid someone else over $700 to correct Scully's problems at our own expense! 
    Response:  We had called Scully's Fireplace many times over the years because of various issues we had with the woodstove and were consistently told that there was nothing wrong with the fireplace they  installed but the problem was that the modern home is built so air tight that it causes a backdraft of the air from the woodstove into the living space and we should crack a window or door to solve the problem (which did not).  The chimney sweeps (recommended with good grades from Angie's List) all denied that any damage at all had been done from their chimney sweeps and said that the upper stovepipe was never installed from the beginning which caused all of the smoke issues in the home over the years and was a potential fire hazard.  No unreasonable demands were made from us; we only asked to be fixed what was originally promised to us so that we could have a safe and healthy woodstove and environment for our family.  After we had the woodstove repaired by a reputable company which we found on Angie's List and the woodstove was working consistently fine (the first time since we owned it), the builder spoke with us and asked us for the name of the company that came out in the snow and ice and repaired the problem.
    - Michele and Mike D.
  • B
    Old Time Chimney Sweep
    Cleaning completed. Inspection identified aging firebrick. Will replace/update another date.
    - ken h.
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