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Business Hours

Monday - Friday 9:00 am - 6:00 pm
Saturday - Sunday Noon - 4:00 pm
(Please call to confirm)

  • Warranty Description: 20 year

  • Small Jobs Welcome

  • Warranty Offered

  • Free Estimates

  • Credit Cards Accepted

Contact us at our email below or call our business line #516-590-7777 for a free estimate or any other questions and we'll get back to you as soon as possible.

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Chimneys Services

Free Estimates

(516) 590-7777

  • Chimney cleaning (both fireplace and furnace chimneys)

  • Installation or multiple & single flue chimney caps 

  • Chimney dampers

  • Chimney waterproofing

  • Repairs and rebuilding of chimneys

  • Leaking chimneys repaired

  • Relining chimney liners

  • Dryer vent installation or cleaning

True Blue Construction offers a wide range of solutions to address your chimney problems.


Whether your chimney just needs a seasonal cleaning of has other issues such as being built without a liner, your chimney liner is cracked, or you are having problems with leaks, smoking and drafts, or need masonry repairs, True Blue can help ease your worries.

We can provide you with a full system evaluation and report to assess the condition of your chimney.


Call us today at 516-590-7777 to get your FREE Chimney Inspection.

Be proactive and prevent a chimney fire before it happens, keep your flue clean and maintenanced

Chimney Sweep

Chimney Caps

Chimney Repairs

The job of the chimney sweep is to remove soot, blockages and built-up creosote from your chimney liner, firebox, smoke chamber and damper.

​This cleaning will help create a safer operation of your system during the heating system. It take only a small accumulation of creosote glazing to create the potential for a chimney fire. 

Even though a chimney cap is a minor and relatively inexpensive installation many homeowners question whether it is necessary or not. 

The truth is that this small amount of metal protecting your chimney can prevent numerous mishaps from taking place, so the answer is 100% YES!

​A cap will prevent animals from entering your home, keep the moisture out, and protect the roof from burning embers starting a house fire.

When rain or melting snow is absorbed into the stone or bricks, or when it collects on the small bed joints of the crown, it will freeze and thaw in a repeating systematic way producing air pockets, which in turn will keep expanding and ultimately will cracked or destroy the crown and side walls.  

​This damage will surely let water seep into the internal chimney components, flashing, roof and even causing extensive damage to the inside of your home.