Trying to stay warm by the hearth this season? Keep your family and fireplace safe with an annual chimney cleaning and inspection. Our certified CSIA Technicians leave nothing behind but quality and craftsmanship on every job. Based out of Doylestown, Pennsylvania, we service all of Bucks, Montgomery, Mercer, and Hunterdon counties.
Are you ready for when the power goes out in Carversville? Let us service your existing wood stove, gas log set, or fireplace to stay running when you need it the most. Let us design and install an auxiliary heat source that best fits your needs. We can install a wood, gas, or pellet stove to keep you warm when your electric goes out.
Chimney and Fireplace Repairs in Carversville
Your fireplace helps warm your home every winter, but only if it’s functioning properly. Let Tor Chimney and Fireplace be your source for chimney and fireplace repairs in Carversville. Working cleanly and safely is our goal for every home we inspect. We document any problems we find, and make sure our crew members attend training sessions and product seminars to keep their skills sharp so our work gets done the right way the first time we do it. Trust our team of professionals to keep your home safe and warm this winter.
Carversville Wood Stoves and Gas Fireplaces
If you’re looking to install a wood stove or a gas fireplace in your Carversville home, Tor Chimney can help. Our crew make sure each job can be completely safely and according to local building codes, so that you won’t have to worry about heat loss or poor performance.
Chimney Cleaning for Homes in Carversville
A clean chimney is a safe chimney, and the certified chimney inspectors at Tor Chimney are committed to doing a thorough job at your Carversville home. Our goal is to clear your chimney of soot, carbon and other combustible deposits, and to inspect your chimney to make sure it does its job: keeping you and your family warm and comfortable.
About Carversville PA
An unincorporated community in Solebury Township, Carversville is located 45 miles north of Center City Philadelphia. Like many towns along the Delaware River, this settlement was historically known for the presence of many mills, causing it to adopt the name Mill Town in the early part of its history. It later earned its current name after its first postmaster. While it has been around for many years, it is currently home to just over 100 residents.