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en you walk into Chimney Pro, you may think you are in Atlanta visiting a specialty fireplace showroom. 

In fact, customers travel to Pine Ridge from all over the southeast because of the products and services they receive from the Chimney Pro team.

Amber Doty, co-owner of Chimney Pro with her husband Dustin, has been in the business as far back as she can remember. Her father, Dennis Dobbs, opened The Fireplace Service Center in 1981, and Amber quickly became interested in the business and started absorbing everything fireplace related.

After finishing school, Amber began working for her dad as the customer service manager. 

In 2015, she and her husband started providing chimney sweep service and fireplace repair serving the northwest, Georgia area.

In March of 2017, Amber and Dustin purchased The Fireplace Service Company in Fort Payne and merged their business with her dad’s, now Chimney Pro. 

They serve Alabama, Tennessee and Georgia. Dustin is a Certified Chimney Sweep, following in the footsteps of Mr. Dobbs, a CSIA Master Chimney Sweep. Chimney Pro is a full-service company offering everything you need fireplace related. Their store offers Wood & Gas Fireplaces, stoves, and inserts, gas logs, mantels, grills and all types of accessories. 

The service division offers chimney cleaning, water leak repair, gas log service, dryer vent cleaning and more. 

They offer the only Certified Chimney Sweep (CSIA), and C-DET certified Dryer vent technician in this area, and pride themselves on quality products, service and repair at a fair price.

Amber understands every aspect of the business, and truly works hard to provide customers with the very latest quality products available on the market. The employees at Chimney Pro are like family and are all highly skilled in their field of expertise.

Amber is passionate about every aspect of their business. She knows that she started out with a solid foundation, and looks forward to building on that foundation.

Chimney Pro is hosting a Customer Appreciation Day on Saturday, Sept.30 from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. They will have bouncy houses, food and door prizes. To learn more, visit www.chimneypro.net.

 

Jennifer McCurdy is director of the Fort Payne Chamber of Commerce. Her column appears in the Times-Journal on Wednesdays. You can email her through the chamber’s website at fortpaynechamber.com.

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