Safeside Chimney has offered superior chimney cleaning services to the New London Area for years. Safeside New London Chimney Cleaning cares about treating customers ethically and about supporting the communities in which we live and work. We bring top quality and values to every job we do. Our main concern is your satisfaction! For all your New London chimney cleaning issues, big and small, call New Londons best..We’re on the way!
Recent Projects & news in New London, CT
Public Service Announcement
The CSIA has a public service announcement to keep you warm and safe this winter!
Terri Brodeur Breast Cancer Foundation
We are the proud sponsor of the 9th annual Walk Across Southeastern CT for Terri Brodeur Breast Cancer Foundation. Come join us in the fight against cancer!
New London Chimney Cleaning Services:
Safeside Chimney is here to keep your chimney and fireplace safe and sound so you can enjoy the warmth of this great home heating system. Check out our New London chimney cleaning services.
- Chimney Cleaning
- Chimney Repair
- Chimney Inspection
- Chimney Relining
- Chimney Caps
- Duct Cleaning
- Dryer Vent Cleaning
- Wood Sales and Installation
New London, CT
New London is a seaport city and a port of entry on the northeast coast of the United States. It is located at the mouth of the Thames River in New London County, southeastern Connecticut. New London is located about 107 miles from Boston, Massachusetts, 56 miles from Providence, Rhode Island, and about 128 miles from New York City. The area was called Nameaug by the Pequot Indians. John Winthrop, Jr. founded the first English settlement here in 1646, making it about the 13th town settled in Connecticut. Inhabitants informally named it Pequot after the tribe. The Connecticut General Assembly wanted to name the town Faire Harbour, but the citizens protested, declaring that they would prefer it to be called Nameaug. The legislature relented, and on March 10, 1658 the town was officially named after London, England. For several decades beginning in the early 19th century, New London was the world’s third busiest whaling port after New Bedford, Massachusetts, and Nantucket. The wealth that whaling brought into the city furnished the capital to fund much of the city’s present architecture. New London subsequently became home to other shipping and manufacturing industries, but has gradually lost its commercial and industrial heart. The city is home to Connecticut College, Mitchell College, the United States Coast Guard Academy, and The Williams School. New London Harbor is home port to the U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Chinook and the Coast Guard’s tall ship Eagle.