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Above & Beyond Chimney Service Is Honored To Protect The City of Presidents

Quincy is the birthplace of two U.S. presidents and is known as the “City of Presidents”. John Adams (the 2nd president) and John Quincy Adams (the 6th president) were both born in Quincy.

We know how important preserving history is to residents of Quincy. That’s why Above & Beyond Chimney Service takes a proactive approach to protecting residents from the fire and toxic gas poisoning that can destroy home and personal history. We provide these comprehensive services for you:

Fire & Carbon Monoxide Poisoning Are Real Risks

Whether your home is historic or a modern construction, it’s important to keep your chimney, fireplace and venting clean and clear to avoid fire hazards. If you have a fireplace and use it, flammable creosote can accumulate in your chimney and easily start a fire. Even if you don’t have a fireplace, animals, insects and debris can block the passageways in your chimney and dryer vent and ignite.

You’ve heard that carbon monoxide poisoning is the “silent killer”. It’s true. The toxic gas can seep from leaking vents and chimneys and cause an explosion, fire, and a range of health problems, from headaches and breathing problems to death.

Above & Beyond Chimney Service has the expertise to address these potentially dangerous issues and keep you safe.

Above & Beyond Knows How To Protect You

When you call us, you have confidence knowing that our business is predicated on respect, integrity, and experience. Our technicians are fully trained and receive continuing education on the latest techniques to properly clean and preserve your chimneys, fireplaces, flues, and venting. Our technicians are certified by the Chimney Safety Institute of America. We use state-of-the-art equipment to preserve your structures. We are members of the Massachusetts and National Chimney Sweep Guilds and bring over 25 years’ experience to you. Our rating is A+ with the BBB.

Quincy Showcases American History

In addition to being the birthplace of the 2nd and 6th presidents, Quincy was also home to John Hancock. Hancock was a signer of the Declaration of Independence, president of the Continental Congress, and also a respected statesman.

The Adams National Historic Park is a must-see for both history buffs and those with a more casual interest in how this dynamic family lived and influenced the USA we know today. The Visitors Center offers a film and multiple exhibits on the Adams family. Visitors board the Park trolley for a trip throughout the property to learn more about the birth places of both presidents.

Peacefield is a trolley stop on your tour. Peacefield is the mansion owned by John Adams and his decedents. It also served as the summer White House for both presidents and has an impressive library.

United First Parish Church was built in 1828. Tours are available of this historic church and its grounds, which houses the crypts of both John Adams and John Quincy Adams and their wives.

Josiah Quincy House once served as a lookout point for observing British ships entering and leaving Framingham Harbor. The estate was built in 1770 by Josiah Quincy, a colonel in the Revolutionary War. The ancestors of Colonel Quincy have deep roots in American history and Colonel Quincy is the town’s namesake. Tours of the home are available to the public.

The first commercial railroad in the United States was built in Quincy in 1826. The railroad was built to transport the granite that is so abundant in Quincy. Today, visitors can see the origins of the railroad and the granite quarries and learn about how the stone was transported.

The Thomas Paine Public Library was constructed in 1881 and is still open today. Visitors will marvel at the beautiful stained glass, ornate woodwork and its 19th-century Romanesque style. The library also houses a modern collection of resources and is considered one of the finest libraries in the area.

The USS Salem is a ship as well as museum which pays tribute to our country’s history of shipbuilding. The United States Naval Shipbuilding Museum is aboard this heavy cruising ship built during the Cold War. The USS Salem was the flag ship of the Sixth Fleet. Visitors can tour the ship and museum.

Quincy’s 27 miles of coastline attracts residents and visitors. There are many beaches for water lovers to enjoy including Nickerson and Orchard Beach in Squantum; Parkhurst, Edgewater Drive and Rhonda Beach in Hough’s Neck; Sandy and Baker’s Beach in Germantown; and Avalon Beach in Quincy Point.

The largest and most popular beach, Wollaston, has over 2.5 acres of beautiful sand and water. Visitors to Wollaston Beach enjoy swimming, boating, special beach activities such as volleyball tournaments, along with shopping and eating at an array of waterside restaurants.

Homeowners in Quincy can enjoy their lives a little more knowing that Above & Beyond Chimney Services is just one phone away and can fix any chimney damaged in Quincy MA.

The locations served by Above & Beyond include the active community of Scituate, home of the Scituate lighthouse built in 1810.