Safeside Chimney is the full service chimney company in Essex that you can depend on. We are currently members of The National Chimney Sweep Guild. Our service technicians are highly trained and qualified to address all of your chimney needs. We are proud to deliver professional chimney services to the residents of Essex, CT.

Essex, CT Affordable Chimney Services

  • Chimney Cleaning
  • Chimney Inspections
  • Chimney Repair
  • Chimney Relining
  • Chimney Caps Inspection

We also offer services including:

  • Duct Cleaning
  • Woodstove Replacement
  • All Dryer Vent Cleaning, Repair, and Installation

Recent Projects in Essex, CT

  • Chimney Rebuild – Essex, CT

    Our team of chimney experts recently performed a chimney rebuilding project for a young couple in Essex, CT. The couple noticed a brick and brick pieces on their deck. This is a major safety hazard. Not only is there potential for danger by being physically struck by falling debris, but a compromised heating and fireplace […]

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  • Essex CT – Spalled Bricks

    Chimney in Essex CT had spalled brick and efflorescence. It was patched in past, but once bricks starts to spall, it becomes a waste of time and money trying to chase the popped brick around the chimney, as more bricks pop off slivers and corners every freeze-thaw cycle. Generally we recommend waterproofing the chimney to […]

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Essex, CT

Essex is a town located in the U.S. state of Connecticut. It is situated in Middlesex County, Connecticut and has an estimated population of approximately 6,500 residents. The city was first incorporated in 1852, but the name was changed in 1854. The town consists of three different villages including Essex Village, Centerbook, and Ivoryton.

Essex is home to a number of cultural attractions that have become popular in the area. Essex hosts a large Groundhog Day parage that features a papier mache groundhog named “Essex Ed”. Other important locations and cultural attractions include the Griswold Inn, Essex Art Association Gallery, Essex Steam Train, Ivoryton Playhouse, and the Connecticut River Museum.