The Buzz In Schaumburg Is That Aelite Provides The Best Chimney Sweep Services In The Area
Schaumburg is known for its Community Bee Garden, and Aelite Chimney Specialties is known for its comprehensive chimney sweep services. We have been in business since 2005 and we provide the following services to homeowners in Schaumburg:
- Chimney Sweeping
- Video Chimney Inspections
- Chimney Repair (including fixing chimney leaks and faulty flashing, relining chimneys, and waterproofing)
- Installation of chimney crowns, chimney covers, chase tops, dampers, and chimney caps
- Tuck-pointing work
- New Fireplace and Wood Stove Installation
- Glass Fireplace Door Sales & Installation
- Gas Logs
- Dryer Vent Cleaning
Sprichst Du auch Deutsch?
(“Do you speak German?”) The residents of Schaumburg spoke German as their first language until 1950. Johann Sunderlage first visited the area as a surveyor in 1836 and returned three years later with his family to live there. By 1870, German immigrants and their descendants had also relocated, and the entire village was established as a German settlement. Even services at St. Peter Lutheran Church (Schaumburg’s oldest church, established in 1847) were conducted in German until the late 1970s. The Village of Schaumburg continued to be 100% German-owned until the Great Depression of the 1930’s, when many non-Germans repurchased the land lost by struggling German owners.
Schaumburg Keeps Growing
- Shortly after its incorporation in 1956, Schaumburg experienced a growth spurt. Subdivisions changed the single-family housing situation and attracted more residents.
- In 1967, the first apartment complex was opened.
- In 1968, Motorola established its headquarters in Schaumburg, which attracted a large workforce.
- The 1970’s saw added infrastructure and commerce which accelerated the growth of Schaumburg.
- The Olde Schaumburg Centre Overlay District was established in 1978 to ensure that the vibrant history of Schaumburg was not lost in the expansion.
There is more than an economic buzz happening in Schaumburg. Bees are a very important resident of the area. There is even a Community Bee Garden, which is owned by the Village and allows residents of Schaumburg to maintain up to 3 hives for the production of honey and other bee-related products.
Hello Swans, Goodbye Geese!
Facing an overabundance of Canada Geese at the grounds and pond at its Municipal Center, the Village purchased a pair of Mated Mute Swans that don’t co-habitate with geese. The swans aggressively drive the geese away from “their” land and water. The swan population is much more ecologically friendly than the geese population. Want to see them at work? Check out the “swan cam”!
- Those looking for additional outdoor activities will love a visit to the Spring Valley refuge. Spring Valley is an “outdoor museum”, perfect for artists, photographers, birdwatchers, walkers and seekers of R & R.
- For those who prefer an indoor experience, the Woodfield Mall is one of the largest shopping malls in the Midwest. The stores and restaurants attract shoppers and diners of all ages. Glow Golf, Build-A-Bear, and the Yu Kids Island are additional attractions at the Mall.
- Boomers Stadium was built in 1999 as an exact replica of Chicago’s famous Wrigley Field. It is home to the professional baseball team, the Schaumburg Boomers.
You hit a home run when you call Aelite for your chimney and venting needs! Call or click here to schedule your appointment!