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Chimney Savers Tends to Your Chimney's Every Need

By Marina I. Jokic

Paul Bianco, owner of Chimney Savers, has been running the family business with his father for many years. Bianco has a team of experienced chimney technicians and masonry artisans in his employ who are licensed to provide a full range of chimney cleaning and repair services. Whether you need your chimney swept, inspected or realigned, Chimney Savers has your back.

"We go out of our way to make the process as smooth as possible for our customers," Bianco said. "It may sound basic, but we return phone call and emails promptly, and our clients really appreciate that, [and] we also strive to be extremely clean and personable."

For over 26 years, Chimney Savers has been building, sweeping, inspecting, and repairing chimneys and other brick and stone structures throughout Vermont and New Hampshire. Regular maintenance of the chimney is the most important preventative action a homeowner can take. For instance, it's common knowledge that sweeping your chimney at least once per year can prevent fires and other long-term damage to your chimney. Bianco preaches regular maintenance religiously to his customers so that they can avoid higher costs later.

Chimney Savers values its customers through offering seasonal discounts and efficient and impeccable service at a reasonable price. They have a 'no mess guarantee' that they uphold by using clean drop cloths, HEPA filters, and clearing out furniture from the room being serviced. Chimney Savers are also willing to work within your budget while still ensuring a flawless job. Leaving no stone unturned, Bianco likes to distinguish the family business through a tireless work ethic and a customer-first approach. There are no hidden fees at any point in the process; whatever is listed on the proposal is the final price.

"My father and I co-own Chimney Savers, and we try to treat all our employees like they are part of the family," Bianco said. "We understand that life can throw curve balls, so whether someone needs help fixing their roof on a weekend, or they need to borrow a truck to help with a move, we try to be there for each other."

The father, Gene, decided to enter the chimney business in 1989 after moving from New Jersey to Vermont as a carpenter. He quickly realized that there was a lot of competition in the carpentry, and instead opted to pursue a more niche path. He saw an opportunity with chimneys, and he taught himself all he needed to know, pointed out Bianco. Chimney Savers evolved from this initial idea, and Bianco's dad is still involved in the business today.

"I enjoy how everybody knows everybody [else] in a small community like Randolph," Bianco said. "When I go to the grocery store, I almost always see someone I have done chimney work for [and] they have the opportunity to ask me questions and we develop a good working relationship."

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Marina Jokic holds a bachelor's degree from Connecticut College in Russian and East...

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