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Winter is coming to Chicago! This means chimney and fireplace cleaning is inevitable. And when that day comes, be sure to give Chimney Monkey a call! We’ll sweep your chimney, fireplace, and even take out the trash on our way out!
Our home fireplace experts know just how to make your fireplace the cleanest and coziest it’s ever been! Call 312 889 2484 or email today!
If you are a Chicago resident look no further than Chimney Monkey to have your fireplace cleaning done. You won’t be disappointed!
Chicago, on Lake Michigan, is among the largest cities in the U.S. Famed for its bold architecture and renowned for its museums, including the Art Institute of Chicago with its noted Impressionist and Post-Impressionist works. See a full list of Chicago neighborhoods we service
The Book Cellar, which is located in the center of Lincoln Square, will make you forget all about the popular book stores. It is an independent book store that has everything from classics, to modern day literature. There you can enjoy a cup of fresh aromatic coffee, a relaxing glass of wine, or a ice cold beer. The Book Cellar, hosts popular author readings, and is a popular escape for many local residents. The knowledgeable staff can help you find anything you need depending on your reading preferences.
Calumet Fisheries is a true hidden gem in Chicago. It is located in the South Chicago and is a seafood lover’s paradise. It is a little smokehouse shack that sits next to the Calumet River, and is truly a unique experience. Opened in 1948, it is known in town for having the best smoked and fried fish around. You can chose anything from oysters, to shrimp, to smoked salmon, to fried catfish and so much more. It is the true definition of a shack. There is no place to sit inside, only a few picnic benches outside, there are no bathrooms and it is only cash only. It is a one-of-a-kind place that everyone should try. The food is truly worth it.
The Driehaus Museum is located near the North Side of Chicago, where you can take a trip back in time, specifically to the 1870’s-early 1900’s, known as America’s Gilded Age. It was once home to banker Samual Mayo Nickerson which was later turned into a museum in 2003. Philanthropist Richard H. Driehaus, refurbished and preserved the home to what it is today. In the museum, you can explore the Main Hall’s 17 different types of marble, the Gallery’s stained glass dome, and so much more. This museum is an architect’s dream!
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