A new Canadian chimemaking service is closing its doors.
A spokesperson for Chimney Raincap says that the company had been operating in Canada for about two years and that they had “no choice but to terminate their relationship with the company because of the poor financial condition of the business.”
The spokesperson says that Chimney was founded in 2002 by a group of home owners in British Columbia who wanted a way to save money by not having to purchase and maintain expensive, high-end chimneys.
The spokesperson adds that the business had also struggled financially and that in 2015 they had to sell their business and close their doors.
Chimney Raincaps founder Chris McEwan says that while the business was in the middle of a transition, it was “an incredibly successful and successful business.”
He also says that it was the first and only Canadian chimneys cleaning service.
The Canadian Homeowners Association says that when it looked at the business, it found “very poor financial health” and that the owners had not been paid properly for the work they had been doing.
It also says the company was not providing adequate insurance to the workers.
The association says that in 2017, it received a complaint that the chimney cleaners were using unsafe and potentially hazardous tools.
In addition to the financial problems, the association says the service was not operating in the right way and that it felt it was not receiving adequate training from the company.
It says that this could have led to serious injury or death.
The company says that they are not shutting down because they want to close, but are closing for financial reasons.
The spokesperson also says they are “deeply saddened” by the closure of the service and by the allegations against them.
“As the last remaining Canadian chimemaker cleaning service in Canada, we are saddened and disappointed by this news.
We continue to be committed to providing our customers with the quality, reliable, and reliable service that we have become known for,” the spokesperson says.
“We will continue to offer our services in good standing and will be in contact with our customers.”