The Chimney Specialists, Inc. provides comprehensive chimney services to homes, businesses and multi-family properties in Bellevue, Washington. From installing chase covers to chimney repair to installation of Regency inserts and stoves, our certified technicians are skilled in all areas.
Family operated since 1978, we have always had a passion for chimney education and safety. This is why our chimney cleanings have always included an 18-point chimney inspection by our CSIA (Chimney Safety Institute of America) Certified chimney sweeps.
We have a 1-year workmanship guarantee on all completed services. In addition, our stainless steel caps carry a lifetime manufacturer’s warranty and any chimney weatherized with ChimneySaver comes a 10-year manufacturer’s warranty.
Our 35 years of experience in the chimney industry is what sets us apart from others. Our lead estimator Jud has over 16 years of field experience while our head mason Brian has 15 years of masonry work behind him.
With these two leading our team of certified technicians, we're able to quickly diagnose problems and present solutions. From tracking down leaks to complete chimney rebuilds, we’ll complete your repair using only premium products.
As a factory authorized Regency dealer, we sell and install their full line of products and accessories. With our professional installation, you can be assured your new insert or stove will function safely.
We are a Regency dealer because they believe in their product so much that they all come with one of the industry’s most comprehensive Limited Lifetime warranty.
"The quality of the repair was just excellent. They sent 2 people out to do the work because they had to tear the chimney down to the roof and rebuild it. We have an older house and the chimney is cinder block and not tile. They also cleaned up afterwards; there wasn't one bit of mess left.
They recommended using a clear seal that they needed to put on in dry weather. Just when they finished, it started to rain and they had to cover everything with plastic. They came back out in a few days when it was sunny to dry and seal it. "