How Public Relations Can Help Your Chimney and Fireplace Business

It’s true that business can run hot and cold for chimney and fireplace repair businesses throughout the course of a year. With a seasonal business model, it can take some ingenuity to keep the calls coming in during warmer seasons.

That’s why partnering with a chimney and fireplace public relations agency can pay off. Our home service PR experts will implement creative strategies to boost the visibility of your business and secure positive media coverage. Our content team can take the pressure of producing a steady stream of blogs and social media posts off of your in-house staff, allowing them to put their time toward helping grow your business.

Inform the Public

There are many services that a chimney sweep service provides during warmer weather. It’s just a matter of educating the public about what you can do to protect them and improve their homes. Ripley PR can expand your brand by promoting your expertise on home safety issues. We do this by building and leveraging long-term relationships with local and regional media, presenting your business as a reliable source of information on safety issues and repair tips for articles and broadcast interviews.

Tell Your Story

It’s not just the practical information that can get you noticed. Media outlets and publications continue to need feature stories, too. And your business can certainly produce them. From documenting a day in the life of a chimney sweep to talking about the weirdest things you’ve ever found in a chimney, there are plenty of interesting stories to grab the attention of journalists.

So, rely on Ripley PR’s experienced team to find the right kind of stories to pique media attention and boost your company’s visibility, putting you at an advantage over the competition. For help with chimney and fireplace public relations, give us a call at (865) 977-1973.

Heather Ripley, Founder/CEO

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