A free-standing wood stove is slightly more challenging to clean. The pipes that are connected to the top of the free-standing stove and turn into the masonry chimney, usually require disconnection.
The process of disconnecting and reconnecting the pipes can be difficult. If the pipes are not required to be disconnected and reconnected, then there is no additional charge for the cleaning process.
Free-standing woodstoves are a great way to heat your home; however, many of the free-standing wood stoves generate lots of creosote. If you burn wood in your wood stove, you need to have it cleaned at least once a year.
Ray Gessner, P.E. is the founder and C.E.O. of A Step in Time. He is a licensed professional engineer with master’s degree in civil engineering.
Rufus Jones is the Northern Virginia future franchisee. Rufus has been working at A Step in Time for over 10 years and is a wonderful person.
Frances Verhofstadt is the corporate office manager and has wored in customer service her entire life. She has a wonderful personality and is Ray’s mother in law.
Jeff Hughes has known Ray for over 15 years. Jeff is currently in charge of the corporate expansion of the Greater Richmond area. Jeff is definitely an intelligent and great chimney technician.