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Easthampton Fireplace Professionals

Browse these fireplace, stove, and barbecue services with great ratings from Thumbtack customers in Easthampton.

CJ Handyman
4.7
from 75 reviews
  • 102 hires on Thumbtack
Susan D.
Verified review

Jim went above and beyond to make sure my tv installation over my fireplace was perfect. I would definitely recommend him!!!👍

Top Pro
  • 34 years in business
  • 56 hires on Thumbtack
  • Top Pro on Thumbtack
Virgil G.
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Jacques installed some crown molding and cut out a counter top to install an electric stove. He did a very professional job. Problems encountered were handled with innovation ad aplomb. He arrived on time and cleaned up thoroughly. We were very pleased with the work. His price was very fair. He has a very pleasant personality and is easy to work with. We reccomend him highly and will hire him again Virgil Gabel So. Glastonbury, Ct

Precision Home Care
4.7
from 46 reviews
  • 7 years in business
  • 77 hires on Thumbtack
Sandy B.
Verified review

When I walked into my house from being gone all day........it looked and smelled WONDERFUL! The floors were shiny, the stove glistened. My house was not in good shape, she had to work around air conditioners left on the floor, unpacked boxes, etc. I was embarrassed at the shape of my house. Heather did a fantastic job, she is a hard worker. I recommend them highly!

Northeast Residential
4.8
from 38 reviews
  • 10 years in business
  • 45 hires on Thumbtack
Laura G.
Verified review

Job entailed cleaning the brick on our fireplace. Dave went the extra step and cleaned the glass on our wood stove insert and repairing a broken piece of slate on our fireplace hearth. Dave was very responsive and reasonably priced. We would not hesitate to contact Dave for additional projects.

  • 8 years in business
  • 41 hires on Thumbtack
Pam K.
Verified review

Bob removed an old exhaust fan in the wall over the stove including the exterior vent. On the outside, this involved removing vinyl siding, insulating and covering the hole, and then cutting and putting siding up over it. He was fully equipped and skilled for the job and did it meticulously, with care and pride. He responded quickly to my original call-out and did the job for the originally estimated price which was reasonable. I would definitely hire him again for other jobs. Very pleased with the result!

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Dependable Appliance Repair.
4.9
from 24 reviews
  • 1 year in business
  • 23 hires on Thumbtack
  • Top Pro on Thumbtack
Sylvia A.
Verified review

Thanks so much, George. The stove is working well with no problems. George has a great personality and good customer service. He is very fast and does good quality work. He changed my element in less than 15 minutes. He is very efficient and I will use his service again without any hesitation!

Shamrock CHIMNEY
3.9
from 17 reviews
  • 24 years in business
  • 21 hires on Thumbtack
Richard B.
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Cleaned our fireplace and was helpful for first time users.

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EJ Chimney LLC
5.0
from 11 reviews
  • 36 years in business
  • 7 hires on Thumbtack
  • Top Pro on Thumbtack
Lisa F.
Verified review

I have a historic home and was given EJ Chimney LLC’s contact info by the local historical society after inquiring who they recommend for restoration work. I was able to get an appointment right away with Eli, who was very knowledgeable, and answered all of my questions. We discussed several different options regarding restoration and maintenance, along with the pros and cons of each and price points. We ended up with a laundry list of improvements, electing to rebuild one chimney above the roofline, repoint another, cap both chimneys, install a damper, and re-lay a brick hearth, all of which was carried out promptly. The exterior work is beautiful and looks historically appropriate for the house, including stone caps and tumbled brick on the new build for an authentic appearance. The newly laid hearth in the master bedroom is beautiful too, I admire it every day! We have more plans for our fireplaces and will be contacting EJ Chimney again when we’re ready to get started!

Domina Construction
4.9
from 8 reviews
  • 5 years in business
  • 2 hires on Thumbtack
Tomasz W.
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I had a free visit to view my fireplace. Mike came by and was nice and informative. He took the time to examine my situation and gave me lots of tips on the work that needs to be done.

Ulinski Masonry
4.5
from 8 reviews
  • 17 years in business
  • 1 hire on Thumbtack
Scott D.
Verified review

Best masonry company out there, provided excellent service and quality craftsmanship, the stonework on our fireplace looks fabulous, highly recommend!!

Bauer Masonry
4.3
from 6 reviews
  • 6 hires on Thumbtack
Virginia D.
Verified review

We needed our fireplace hearth rebuilt and found Tom thru Thumbtack. He immediately responded to our search, came to our home to estimate the work to be done. He was so easy to work with, his workmanship is impeccable, cleanup was great. We were left with a beautifully rebuilt hearth. We would recommend him without hesitation

Vincent masonry and chimney
5.0
from 4 reviews
  • 16 years in business
  • 5 hires on Thumbtack
Susan R.
Verified review

Vincent was very thorough and took the time to show me the issues with my fireplace and his recommendations for repair. He takes pride in his work and took the time to educate me on the process.

D&M Masonry
5.0
from 3 reviews
  • 3 hires on Thumbtack
Felix V.
Verified review

I had a great experience with Mario. He is very professional and his quality of work is great. My fireplace stone veneer refacing came out awesome. Felix

Kane's Big Smokin' BBQ
5.0
from 1 review
    Steve G.
    Verified review

    Just had Kane's Big Smokin' BBQ cater my stag party this past Saturday. I normally don't write reviews but felt compelled to do so after all of my friends and relatives raved about how good everything was. Let me just say it was the best pulled pork I've ever tasted! The slaw and beans were delicious too. Tim the owner delivered all the food and it never stood a chance. We devoured everything. My only regret was that I didn't order more food off the menu. Can't wait to have him cater my friends Labor Day event. We'll be sure to give the ribs chicken and brisket a try. But Tim, you set the bar very high with your pulled pork. Thank you for making it a memorable day. Job well done. See you in September!

    Valley Chimney Sweep LLC
    4.0
    from 1 review
      Craig N.
      Verified review

      Chris from Valley was very nice, keep the process clean and knew what he was doing. Turned out to be a job that required work beyond his capabilities (chimney needs creosote de-glazing) so he stopped the process and only charged half the expected amount.

      About

      We are a retail stove shop. We sell pellet, wood, gas and electric stoves and furnaces. We also sell softwood and hardwood pellets by the ton. Are you looking to get your stove cleaned or fixed? Give us a call. We have certified techs ready at your call.

      Deer Hill Masonry

      New To Thumbtack

        About

        We are artisan craftspersons. We can actually hand draw renderings to help you see what the project will look like before we begin. Our designs focus on attention to detail a sense of balance and a sense of harmony with the other elements in the house.

        Q & A

        Answers to commonly asked questions from the experts on Thumbtack.

        How much does refrigerator repair cost?

        Refrigerator repair generally costs a fraction of the price of a new fridge and shouldhave your appliance up and running again in no time. The problems your refrigerator is experiencing and the parts required to fix it will affect your repair costs. Where you live can affect labor rates, which will raise or lower your costs. Here are some examples of average costs:

        • Diagnostic fees: $50-$100. Repair pros often have a service call fee or diagnostic fee to account for their time traveling to your location with all their tools to assess the problem. If you choose to have them repair the fridge, most pros then credit this fee toward your repair cost.
        • Parts: $20-$500. A new compressor averages $200, an icemaker $300, and computerized components such as touch screens and control boards average $300 or more.
        • Basic repairs: $180-$400, including parts. This price range can include repairing the evaporator or fan motor.

        How does a chimney get cleaned?

        A professional chimney sweep can clean your fireplace and chimney to help prevent chimney fires and keep your fireplace running in peak condition. Regular chimney cleanings are critical for removing the highly flammable creosote that can build up inside the walls of your chimney over time and cause chimney fires. When hiring a cleaning company, ask the chimney sweep if their cleaning fee includes removing soot, creosote and blockages from the chimney flue and liner, cleaning the smoke chamber and shelf, and cleaning the firebox and the damper to ensure that you’re getting a comprehensive cleaning. Expect the chimney sweep to cover the flooring around the fireplace and properly seal off your fireplace opening to catch any soot that comes out during the cleaning.

        Look for a chimney sweep who has been certified by a nationally recognized organization such as the Chimney Safety Institute of America (CSIA), Fireplace Investigation Research and Education (FIRE), or the National Fireplace Institute (NFI). This will help ensure that your chimney work will be completed in a professional manner and your home will be safe from a chimney fire.

        Do I need to clean my chimney?

        A fireplace makes a home cozy in winter, but it also requires cleaning to keep your family safe. According to the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), 28 percent of home heating fires are caused by a failure to clean solid-fueled heating equipment — primarily chimneys. On top of that scary fact, nearly 20 percent of all fire deaths are caused by home heating equipment. At a minimum, the NFPA urges homeowners to have chimneys and fireplaces inspected once a year to ensure there are no obstructions blocking the flow of air or any buildup of dangerous and highly flammable creosote. A certified chimney sweep will know what warning signs to look for and have the proper tools. Besides personal safety, saving money is a great motivation for having a chimney sweep regularly clean your chimney. If your chimney liner is not kept clean and in good working order, replacing it can cost thousands of dollars. A yearly cleaning is the baseline for a safe chimney. If your chimney is your main heating source, ask your chimney sweep whether you should have it cleaned more often. If your chimney is not venting properly and smoke is coming into your house, if you notice that the wood you burn is not burning efficiently (turning completely to ash), or if you have other concerns, call for a chimney cleaning and inspection right away.

        How much does it cost to have the chimney swept?

        The national average chimney sweep cost is $100 to $130. The National Fire Protection Association recommends having your chimney inspected at least once a year, but daily use and other factors might mean you need more regular service. Here are several reasons your chimney sweep cost may be higher than the national average:

        • Overly dirty chimney: If you haven’t cleaned your chimney in many years, or if you’ve just bought an older home and don’t know how long it has been since the chimney was cleaned, excessive grime could increase the cost of the job.
        • Roof height or chimney height: The chimney sweep may also charge an extra fee if your roof is too high for a ladder to reach or is too steep to safely climb on without a harness.
        • Frequency of use: If your fireplace is your primary heating source, the buildup of soot might be far greater than if you just use your fireplace a few times a winter when company comes over. This may impact cost.
        • Excessive debris: Leaves, twigs, and other debris that’s collected in your chimney is a fire hazard and should be cleaned immediately. An excess of junk may result in higher chimney sweep costs.
        • Live or dead animals: Prepare to pay extra if live or dead animals are in the chimney. Rodents, birds and bats can all set up camp in your chimney. A chimney cap can help prevent them from getting in, but once you hear something scurrying around, or smell the unmistakable scent of dead critter, call a chimney sweep immediately.
        • Geographic location: Chimney sweep costs may be higher in your city due to factors such as a higher cost of living or higher cost do business (insurance, overhead, employee wages, etc.).
        • Chimney repair: Any repairs that are needed internally or externally to your fireplace will increase costs. A thorough cleaning and inspection will reveal whether repairs to masonry, tuck-pointing, the back wall, bricks, the fireplace floor or the crown are needed.
        • Chimney cap installation: A chimney cap prevents debris from collecting in your chimney as well as preventing animals such as birds, mice, or raccoons from taking up residence inside. The cost of the chimney cap plus the labor for installation can increase fees.

        How long do fridges last?

        Refrigerators can last 10 to 20 years, although the most common lifespan is about 13 years. If your fridge is acting up, consider its current age when deciding whether to invest in repairs or buy a new one. Common easy fixes include faulty thermostats, dirty coils and clogged drain lines. Thermostats and dirty coils can be generally be fixed for an average cost of $80-$100. Clogged drain lines, which usually cause leaks, can often be fixed for under $200.

        More complex refrigeration repairs such as replacing a bad compressor or replenishing low refrigerant can cost more because of expensive parts and higher labor. A new compressor costs an average of $200, not including labor. If labor is an average of $75-$100 per hour, and the repair takes 3 hours, you’re looking at roughly $500. Consider the age and purchase cost of your fridge; investing $350 in a $600 fridge that is 8 years old may not be cost-effective.

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