Safeside Chimney – Our Chimney Cleaning & Repair Services in Milford, CT
Buying a new home? Or maybe your chimney’s condition has been slowly deteriorating over the years? Chimney Sweep? Chimney Repair? Whatever your need, Safeside Chimney can help. We have been chimney cleaning Milford homes for years, and we can help with whatever your situation might be. If you have any questions about your chimney feel free to call us and we would be happy to help answer any of your questions about your chimney.
We have been chimney cleaning Milford homes and businesses for decades. Our business has been built around solving your chimney sweep or chimney repair problem with as little hassle to you!
Safeside has a very professional crew of employees that are familiar with every challenge chimney cleaning Milford homes might provide us. If you’re not satisfied with the service we provide, we’ll come right back until the job is done to your satisfaction.
We stand by our products and services 100%. Our pricing is straight forward, no bait and switch or hidden service charges.
Milford Chimney Projects & News.
Here is a link to an interesting post about proper disposal of woodstove ashes. For our team here at Safeside it’s always been Safety First! Check it out!
Concerned Milford homeowner calls in Safeside for a much needed Chimney Repair!
Read this post about one of our recent Milford chimney sweep projects! The cleaning turned out great!
This is a public service announcement from the CSIA. Don’t forget to have your chimney inspected this winter!
The Most Experienced Chimney Cleaner For Milford Homes
Our employees get extensive training in all aspects of chimney maintenance and all chimney products. It’s inevitable that as chimneys age they will begin to deteriorate. Unfortunately they can be quite a hazard. If you are questioning the condition of your chimney in any way, give us a call and we’d be happy to talk to you about and advise you on how to proceed.
Quality Chimney Cleaning Milford Residents Can Trust
At Safeside our employees are courteous and professional. We understand, having a stranger come to your house isn’t always the most comfortable experience, but we trust our employees whole heartedly. We wouldn’t send someone to your home that we wouldn’t trust in ours.
If you have any questions at this point, we recommend looking through our website, or just giving us a call. One of our friendly receptionists would be happy to help you or connect you to one of our chimney cleaning professionals.
The Town of Milford, CT
Located between New Haven and Bridgeport in New Haven County, Milford has a population of 52,759. The median income for a household is around $79,956, and a median of $96,148 for a family household.
Milford has over 14 miles of shoreline, the most of any town located in the state of Connecicut. The town also owns three islands in the Housatonic River, including Fowler Island. In addition to Silver Sands State Park, Milford also has five public beaches with lifeguard services for its residents – Gulf Beach, Anchor Beach, Hawley Avenue Beach, Walnut Beach, and Middle Beach, along with seven private beaches.
Milford also holds interesting history pertaining to what was called the “oatmeal lots” of Liberty Park. Starting in 1902, Quaker Oats boxes came with a coupon which was redeemable for the legal deed to a small lot in Milford. A small number of children collected the deeds and started paying small property taxes on these “oatmeal lots.” This was allowed up until the mid-1970s when the lots were foreclosed to develop the area.
Milford became home to many headquarters of multinational corporations, including the Schick Shaving Company, Doctor’s Associates, Inc., owners of the Subway chain of fast-food restaurants, and much more. The town is also known for their cultural festival held every Saturday in August known as the Oyster Festival. This celebration includes elements of a typical town fair with a culinary celebration of the historic shellfish-rich Long Island Sound. Other features of the celebration event include carnival rides, food stands, crafts, face painting, and even opening an oyster for a pearl.