Newburgh Is A City Of Restoration & All Seasons Chimney Is Proud To Restore & Maintain Your Chimneys

Newburgh is a city where community spirit, restoration and ethnic diversity come together to form a meaningful quality of life. All Seasons Chimney, Inc. is proud to be able to provide chimney restoration, maintenance and sweeping services in the Newburgh area. We provide:

Your One-Stop Service

Newburgh places a strong focus on revitalization. We want to help you protect and keep your property free of the weather and structural damage that can occur in the masonry of your chimney and fireplace. If anything is found that needs to be repaired, it can be discovered and corrected before there is any damage done.

In addition to masonry work, we provide state-of-the-art chimney cleaning. The Chimney Safety Institute of America (CSIA) encourages homeowners to have a professional cleaning and inspection done once a year to prevent fires and/or poisonous gas hazards.

We also will professionally clear and clean your dryer vents; simply cleaning the lint filter is not enough to protect you from fire risks. Whether you need chimney service, masonry repairs or dryer vent cleaning, we are your one-stop service.

Professional Service=Quality Customer Service+Expertise

Everything we do is focused on providing our customers with a great experience when they do business with us. We work very hard to continually earn and maintain our A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau. Our reviews on Angie’s List also reflect our customers’ positive recommendations. The technicians from All Seasons are certified by the CSIA and receive continuing education on structures, techniques and equipment.

Life In Newburgh – Yesterday & Today

The Village of Newburgh was incorporated as a city in 1865; it was first settled in 1709.
Newburgh had the first property ever listed on the National Register of Historic Places (NRHP), George Washington’s Revolutionary War Headquarters. Today, there are over 4000 places in Newburgh awarded the prestigious NRHP designation.

Karpeles Library Museum is noted as the world’s largest private collection of original manuscripts, documents and art. Viewing the original drafts of the Bill of Rights, Einstein’s Mc2 formula, a handwritten dictionary by Webster, and thousands more documents in the penmanship of their authors is truly amazing. Karpeles even has original drawings by Norman Rockwell.

Newburgh’s waterfront is another place to visit and enjoy. There are restaurants, shops, paddlewheel boats, docks, jet skiing, kayaking, beautiful views of the Hudson River, and many of the places listed on the National Register of Historic Places are located along the waterfront.

The Powelton Club is one of the oldest private country clubs in the United States. It was established in 1882. Golfers have loved to spend time on their links since the late 1800s. While the course is private, they do have a “with member” visitor policy. Golfers can also play at the nine hole public course, the Mill Creek Golf Club. It has bent grass and a par 36 course with a 117 slope rating.

Downing Park is located in the center of Newburgh and was created by the same designers as Central Park in New York City. It first opened in 1897 and today it is the place for visitors to relax, picnic, enjoy the gardens, streams, pond and paths.

Downing Park and the Newburgh Masonic Temple are known as being haunted. There have been numerous reports of unexplained voices, unusual activities and sightings in both locations. These are just two places of interest for those curious about the paranormal in the Hudson Valley.

We applaud the hard work the residents of Newburgh have contributed to restoring the unique charm and viability of the city. All Seasons is here to complement your efforts by providing the best chimney care and masonry services possible. Give us a call to get on our service schedule or click here to schedule an appointment online.


Nyack and West Nyack residents receive the same quality care enjoyed by all the customers in our service locations.