Animal Removal from Pipes and Chimneys

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Animal Removal from Pipes and Chimneys

Animal Removal from Pipes and Chimneys 

Raccoons, birds and squirrels can easily climb in and out of chimneys, making an inviting place for them to live and raise their young. It is dangerous to have animals living inside the chimney; they can catch on fire, enter your home or both. So they need to be removed from chimneys as quickly as possible. Since raccoons often times return to the same chimney they have inhabited before, it’s important to keep them from coming back after removal. When we remove any animal from your chimney, our chimney sweeps can install a chimney cap or similar animal guard to prevent the problem from reoccurring. After the animal realizes that it cannot get back into the chimney it will be looking for a new chimney home.

Save time and money by allowing our certified staff to remove unwanted creatures from your home.

What is a stink pipe?

A stink pipe is the pipe that is fitted to the back of your toilet and runs through the walls of your house to vent gases produced by waste. The stink pipe allows these gases to escape through a plumbing pipe on your roof rather than build up and bubble through your toilet.

How can I keep animals out of my plumbing vents?

In warmer climates like Florida and during warmer seasons in states like Michigan, animals frequently venture into stink pipes via the plumbing pipe on the roof, making it their home. This can cause blockage and push the foul smelling gases into your home rather than allow them to properly vent into the air.

Chimney Cricket can humanely clear these animals out and fit the plumbing vent with an animal guard, similar to a chimney cap, and block out future intruders.

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  • Adam Brammer