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Eastern Nazarene 2

Posted by Alexandra Storrs on Tuesday, May 19, 2015, In : Commercial Venting 

This picture is to show the size of the pipe compared to the truck.  An adult fits comfortably inside a single pipe section!

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Eastern Nazarene College 1

Posted by Alexandra Storrs on Tuesday, May 19, 2015, In : Commercial Venting 

Commercial Industrial liner project at Eastern Nazarene College in Quincy.  The liner sections you see are 5' sections of 32" round stainless steel.  This is the largest liner our manufacturer has ever made.  Therefore, it is the largest liner we have ever installed.  This liner is 60' in height and is venting two boilers the size of freight train cars. to see another commercial industrial project
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Fessenden School, Newton, MA Commercial Venting

Posted by Alexandra Storrs on Thursday, June 5, 2014, In : Commercial Venting 

These are two of many crates of material for this job.  Material was delivered by freight directly to the site.  This is 50' of 28" round Model G chimney system.  It comes to us from Michigan via a local supplier in Randolph.  The pipe is installed in sections to make it more manageable at the top of the chimney.  This material is specific to venting an industrial gas boiler.  These particular boilers are the size of a locamotive steam engines.  This was to vent 2 of these boilers which provi...

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Pinckney St., Beacon Hill Rebuild (con't)

Posted by Alexandra Storrs on Tuesday, April 8, 2014, In : Liner Jobs 

Here is a better look at the termination of the Centrotherm vent.  Centrotherm venting is used for some high condensing boiler applications. 

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Pinkney St., Beacon Hill Rebuild (con't)

Posted by Alexandra Storrs on Tuesday, April 8, 2014, In : Chimney Rebuilds 

Forgive me, for I have been remiss in my blogging!!  I will finish the progression photos on this job, I promise.  
Then it will be on to other, more diverse projects!  Here is the front chimney on this project staged.  The rebuild is complete except for the new cement crown, which will be poured.  You can see all the flues in this chimney and the termination for the Centrotherm flex vent liner.

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Firebox Reconstruction Reading

Posted by Alexandra Storrs on Wednesday, December 22, 2010, In : Firebox Construction 

The next series of blog posts and pictures will be for this firebox reconstruction.  The interior of the fireplace known as the firebox was deteriorated.  Dana is doing the reconstruction in yellow firebrick.  As you can see, he has already started on the back wall and floor of the firebox.  Check back with us for more progression photos.  To see another firebox construction job for the same contractor click
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Charlestown Rebuild day 1

Posted by Alexandra Storrs on Tuesday, July 27, 2010, In : Charlestown Rebuild 

When the roofer pulled back the rubber roofing, this is what he found!!  Look closely at the base of the chimney, absolutely no mortar joints to speak of.  The brick are already starting to collapse down, it was swaying as they removed the brick from the top of the chimney.  One good push & the chimney would have fallen 45' to the ground.  People don't worry about what they can't see.  To see most recently completed rebuild click here
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Rebuild in Somerville staging

Posted by Alexandra Storrs on Tuesday, July 20, 2010, In : Somerville restoration project
This is the staging involved to access the roof.  It was a tight fit, but they made it happen!  I would not have wanted to do all that climbing.
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Needham 4th of July Parade (really on the 5th)

Posted by Alexandra Storrs on Monday, July 19, 2010, In : Parade Flying VFW colors 

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DM Storrs Chimney - New Logo

Posted by Alexandra Storrs on Tuesday, June 29, 2010, In : DM Storrs Chimney Logo 

Starting July 1, 2010, you will be seeing a big beige truck with this logo (except with red bricks) driving around Foxborough & the Greater Boston area. It's official, Dana M. Storrs is in business. Join us on a weekly basis and see all the new jobs we will be highlighting in Our Soot Stories. Whether it's building, repairing or cleaning your chimney, you will be pleased with the professional service from estimation to completion.

If you see us around town, beep and give us a wave, we're your...

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Domain mapped and ready to go!

Posted by Alexandra Storrs on Tuesday, June 29, 2010, In : Welcome 
We are officially up and running!

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About Me

Dana M Storrs AT DM Storrs Chimney, we combine traditional chimney sweeping methods with current and future technologies in the chimney and venting industry. We are a fully-insured and licensed family owned business serving your local community. Chimney Safety Institute of America(CSIA) certified Massachusetts Construction Supervisor License (CSL) OSHA trained