Peekskill Homeowners Don’t Need A Yellow Brick Road To Find All Seasons Chimney

Did you know that Frank Baum used the golden pavement in Peekskill as his inspiration for the “yellow brick road” in the classic book (and subsequent movie) The Wizard of Oz? Today, Peekskill homeowners don’t need a yellow brick road to find All Seasons Chimney. We’re here at your fingertips to provide you with the best and most complete chimney services in the area. Here is an overview of what we offer:

There is nothing mysterious about how important it is to properly maintain your chimney, fireplace, and the venting in your home. All Seasons Chimney is here to perform the yearly inspection and cleaning of your chimney, fireplace, and venting systems that the Chimney Safety Institute of America (CSIA) recommends. During the cleaning and inspection we will be able to remove the accumulated debris and catch and make repairs as necessary before they become big problems.

Your Dryer Venting

One of the things that many homeowners don’t realize, and what we’d like you to pass along to your friends and family, is that cleaning the lint filter of your clothes dryer isn’t enough to prevent fires. Fibers, dust, even insects can get lodged inside your venting and can ignite as well as reduce the performance of your dryer. Professional cleaning from All Seasons eliminates that risk.

Our Skilled Technicians

Whether we are cleaning your venting or chimney, All Season will provide a skilled technician, state-of-the-art equipment, along with excellent customer service. We work very hard to provide the best services in the Hudson Valley and are proud that our customers agree. We have an A+ rating with the BBB and are members in good standing with the New York and National Chimney Sweep Guilds. Our technicians are CSIA-certified and receive continuing education to keep them current on historic as well as modern chimneys, masonry techniques and venting systems.

Peekskill Receives National Attention

Peekskill is no ordinary community. In 2011 the CBS Evening News broadcast a report that Peekskill was Baum’s inspiration when he wrote The Wizard of Oz. The 1980’s NBC television show, The Facts of Life, was also set in Peekskill. And, there are over 13 places in Peekskill listed on the National Historic Register of Historic Places. These are a few of the many things that make Peekskill noteworthy both in the past and present.

Today, the Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Arts was founded by the Marc and Livia Straus Foundation to present and educate the public about art and enrich the Peekskill community. The Center is open seven days a week for visitors to explore their permanent collections, special exhibits, as well as work from their artists in residence.

The Peekskill Art Lofts in downtown are another example of the community’s commitment to the arts. Downtown’s dilapidated buildings were turned into places for artists to live, create, teach and sell their works. The Loft is a popular destination for locals as well as visitors.

Riverfront Green Park is the perfect venue to appreciate the Hudson Highlands and the Hudson River. It is the place to go to river-watch, boat and participate in the diverse riverfront concerts, festivals and community events.

The Farmers Market is held every Saturday May through October. On Sundays, the Antique and Treasures Market is held May through November.

There is an abundance of festivals in Peekskill: The Wiz Fest and the CORNucopia in August. The TOUGHKids Triathlon Championship, the Hudson Valley Food and Wine Fest, Take Me to the Music Arts Festival, and the Leukemia Cup Regatta all happen in September. You have to be in Peekskill during the Winter Holidays to fully appreciate the beautiful postcard transformation of the area.

Winter, summer, spring or fall, Peekskill is a great place to be. And, those cold winters take a toll on your chimney and fireplace, so be sure to have All Seasons make sure your chimney is ready!  Click here to schedule an appointment online!


We provide quality service to a lot of communities in the lower Hudson Valley, including our friends in Pine Bush.