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Masonry chimney construction service for Maryland, Washington DC, and Virginia.

Many homeowners, particularly during biting Maryland and Washington DC area winters, are struck with the idea of adding a chimney to their home. The cozy imagery of a family enjoying a roaring fire is an alluring prospect for any homeowner. However, a chimney is a very serious addition to a home — not just a hole in the ceiling.

You might be a little bit doubtful about making such an addition to your home, and you’d be right to be cautious. When adding a new chimney to your home, it’s important to design and build it according to its usage. Chimney design can vary drastically based on what vents into it. Even the difference between a wood fireplace and a woodstove can affect chimney design. Let the experienced professionals help you navigate the choices to design a safe and functional chimney that meets your standards.

Ready to add a new fireplace or woodstove?

If a beautiful, custom masonry chimney is what you desire, our trained masons can build a beautiful and long lasting brick or cinder-block chimney, built to last and requiring little chimney repair. You’ll be benefiting from years of collective experience building chimneys. Alternatively, if you’re looking for an aesthetically-pleasing cost-effective alternative to masonry chimneys, note that we also have extensive experience installing factory-built chimneys in chimney chases.

Building a chimney is more than just stacking brick in a tall pile. From smoke chambers to chimney caps, many details are necessary to ensure your chimney is ready for use. Let our professionals give you peace of mind. We cover the details from construction codes to flashing to ensure your new chimney is beautiful, functional and safe.

Want to book a High’s chimney install now? Not sure if a new chimney is what you want, or just want to find out more about alternatives and options? Call us today at 1-888-444-4712 and we’ll be happy to answer any questions you’ve got.

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High's Company Policy:

..We have a strict company policy NEVER to sell unnecessary services. If your chimney DOES NOT need to be cleaned, we will tell you so and charge only a trip charge.

Our Service Area:

Based out of Gaithersburg, Maryland, High’s Chimney services a large region including parts of Maryland, Northern Virginia, and most of the North and West Washington D.C. area. We cover Montgomery County, Frederick County, Prince George’s County, Loudoun County, Arlington County, and Fairfax County. In Maryland, we perform fireplace and chimney services in Potomac, Frederick, Bethesda, Rockville, Chevy Chase, Germantown, Olney, and Silver Spring, MD. We also cover Fairfax, Alexandria, Arlington, McLean VA, Washington D.C. and all the nearby areas. Being local, we know the area extremely well and have a lot of experience with typical issues associated with the Maryland and greater Washington D.C. region.