In Georgetown, Gold & Silver Have Less Value Than The Valuable Chimney Services Of Mountain Man
When you need masonry, chimney and fireplace services, you want a company with trained and certified technicians who will respect you and your property. That’s why property owners in Georgetown and throughout Central Colorado call Mountain Man Fireplace & Chimney. Our team provides these services:
- Chimney Sweeping
- Chimney Inspections & Evaluations
- Chimney Repair
- Masonry Repair
- Chimney & Fireplace Tear-Outs & Rebuilds
- Chimney Leak Locating, Fixing & Preventing and Waterproofing
- Gas, Wood & Pellet Stove Installation & Repair
- Gas & Wood-Burning Fireplace Installation & Repair
- Gas, Wood-Burning & Pellet Insert Installation & Repair
- Venting System Installation & Repair
- Fireplace Door Installation
- Diagnostics & Troubleshooting Services
When it comes to chimneys, fireplaces, wood/pellet/gas stoves, and venting systems, we’ve pretty much done and seen it all, from routine cleanings to extensive repairs and rebuilds. Whether your property is historic or a modern construction, Mountain Man is your one call for excellent service. When you read our reviews on Angie’s List and with the Better Business Bureau (BBB), you will see why we work so hard…it’s for you! Our satisfaction comes when we hear you say, “Another job well done!”
From Gold To Silver To Hospitality
Georgetown is an historic mountain town that has activity dating back to 1859, when the Pike’s Peak Gold Rush attracted prospectors (like the town’s founders George and David Griffith). Five years later, when silver mines opened, the focus of the town’s activity switched from gold to silver. Georgetown provided the entertainment and was an economic hub for miners working in the area. The town’s population reached almost 10,000 during those peak silver mining days in the 1800s. Today, Georgetown is home to approximately 1,000 and is a tourist destination filled with insights and examples of the town’s rich history.
In 1959, 100 years after gold was first discovered in Georgetown, the Georgetown Loop Historic Mining & Railroad Park was created. The Colorado Historical Society, which was instrumental in forming the Railroad Park, was also able to secure 100 acres of land, mining claims and mills. Visitors can take the train along three miles of track, and climb almost 650 feet while enjoying narratives of the areas mines, people and history.
There are several places in Georgetown listed on the National Register of Historic Places, including the Alpine Hose Company No. 2 located on 5th Street, Grace Episcopal Church on Taos Street, and the Georgetown-Silver Plume Historic District on Interstate 70. The Hotel de Paris is on Alpine Street, and was once a prestigious hotel, restaurant ,and showroom for traveling salesmen. Today, the hotel, which opened in 1875, is a museum open to the public. The Hotel is also listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
We’ll Meet And Exceed Your High Expectations
We know that at an elevation of over 8,500 feet, Georgetown has the ability to take your breath away…And when you do business with Mountain Man, we have the ability to breathe new life into your chimney and fireplace. Just call us or click here for an appointment.