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Safeside Chimney is the leader in the chimney cleaning industry for all of Glastonbury. We work to provide the best experience for you including a satisfaction guarantee: if you are unsatisfied with our work for any reason, we will re-service those areas for you at no extra charge to you. Your satisfaction is our number one priority. We will receive the best personal care upon the very first point of contact with our professionals at Safeside Chimney. Give us a call today!

 Our Glastonbury Services

Maintaining your chimney is crucial not only to the functionality of your home, but also for your safety. Large scale or small scale, we are able to perform the work you need, including:

  • Chimney Sweep or Chimney Cleaning
  • Chimney Repair
  • Chimney Inspections
  • Chimney relining
  • Chimney Caps

and more!

More Services:

  • Duct Cleaning
  • Dryer Vent Cleaning
  • Wood Stove Sales and Installation

Give us a call today to schedule the service that you need!

We receive feedback all the time from our clients from all around Fairfield County. Here is a recent testimonial from one of our trusted clients in Glastobury:

“I have been using Safeside Chimney for years, and recently recommended them to my boss – that is how secure I was in the quality of service, materials and follow up he would receive.  Safeside went above and beyond – as always – to ensure he was completely satisfied.  Thank you Dale, and your whole team at Safeside!!  Feel free to use me as a referral.”

Glastonbury, CT

Named after Glastonbury in Somerset, England, Glastonbury is located near the Connecticut River , approximately seven miles southeast of Hartford. The town has a population of 34,427 according to the 2010 census.

Part of the town is in an area called “Kongscut Mountain,” locally known as “Rattlesnake Mountain” due to its small population of timber rattlesnakes, which do not pose much of a threat due to the area being mostly forest and undeveloped.

Glastonbury Diamond Lake

Glastonbury is also known for its small private lake named Diamond Lake, which is surrounded by subdivisions of large homes. In order to access the lake, you must be a member of the Diamond lake Property Owners Association. Also found in the town is one of the largest state forests, Meshomasic State Forest, a popular area for hiking, fishing, and hunting.

The town is known for its event known as the Glastonbury Chamber of Commerce Apple Harvest Festival. The festival is three days long and occurs every October during the Apple harvest season with various rides and attractions, such as booths from local town businesses and politicians. Other events in the town include the Under a Strawberry Moon Festival in June and sporting events including three 5K races organized by the Glastonbury River Runners, and the annual Glastonbury Art Walk.

For more on Glastonbury, visit Town of Glastonbury and Glastonbury Patch Community News