Houston Chimney Sweeps
Master Services has been in the chimney sweep business for over 16 years now. We were started in Dallas, Texas by Chad & Christa Murray as a family owned and run business, as their business and family expanded we have added on Houston, Texas, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma and Denver, Colorado to our services areas, all while maintaining our company as a family owned and run business. Though the years we have been driven by a goal of delivering the best service and products possible to our clients at the lowest cost possible to them. Being recognized as the best chimney sweep company Dallas Houston is an acknowledgement straight from those clients letting us know that we are accomplishing our goals.
Master Services was just awarded as “The Best of HomeAdvisor 2013 Winner”, this is an award that is given based on ratings and reviews by actual customers. It is based on three criteria, “Quality” superior work practices, “Service” commitment to providing the best assistance and “Value” fair price for quality of work performed and services provided.
Master Services is also one of the only Certified Chimney Professional companies in the Dallas and Houston areas. This is something we take great pride in, knowing that we have the training and experience to help you with any situation that you may be encountering with your chimney and fireplace.
The song of the Houston Chimney Sweeper
“Chim chim-in-ey, chim chim-in-ey / Chim chim cher-ee! / A sweep is as lucky, as lucky can be. / Chim chim-in-ey, chim chim-in-ey / Chim chim cher-oo! / Good luck will rub off when I shakes ‘ands with you.” This song is sung by a chimney sweep. Masters Services, which is located at 6001 Darlinghurst Lane, Houston, Texas 77085, can be contacted at (713) 723-4854. The likelihood of hearing this sung by a Houston chimney sweep when you contact Masters Services is unlikely, but these lyrics were made famous by a fictional, English chimney sweep.
The song, which was sung by a non-native of Houston chimney sweeps, was written by Robert B. and Richard M. Sherman. The Sherman Brothers are known for writing songs and scores for many movies. The majority of their movie music was for Disney movies. Their major motion picture scores include: The Parent Trap, 1961, A Symposium on Popular Songs, 1962, In Search of the Castaways, 1962, Summer Magic, 1963, The Sword in the Stone, 1963, Big Red, 1963, Mary Poppins, 1964, There’s a Great Big Beautiful Tomorrow, 1964, The Happiest Millionaire, 1967, The Jungle Book, 1967, The One and Only, Genuine, Original Family Band, 1968, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, 1968, The Aristocats, 1970, Bedknobs and Broomsticks, 1971, Snoopy, Come Home, 1972, Charlotte’s Web, 1973, Tom Sawyer, 1973, Huckleberry Finn, 1974, The Slipper and the Rose, 1976, The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh, 1977, The Magic of Lassie, 1978. Magic Journeys, 1982, Winnie the Pooh and a Day for Eeyore, 1983, Little Nemo: Adventures in Slumberland, 1992, The Mighty Kong, 1998, Seasons of Giving, 1999, and The Tigger Movie, 2000.
The Sherman Brothers, in addition to the myriad film scores, we’re involved with nine screenplays and twenty-three stage musicals. Of the twenty-three musicals, over half, twelve, are different international versions of Marry Poppins. Mary Poppins’ non-resident of; Houston chimney sweep, Bert, is the singer of what can be considered as The Sherman Brothers’ most famous song: Chim Chim Cher-ee. The Sherman Brothers won both an Oscar and a Grammy Award for their work on Disney’s Mary Poppins. An Oscar was awarded for both Best Musical Score and Best Song: Chim Chim Cher-ee.
In addition to the Oscars for the music, Mary Poppins’ won three other Academy Awards: Best Actress in a Leading Role for Julie Andrews, best Film Editing, and Best Visual Effects. They were nominated for eight additional Oscars: Best Art Direction, Best Cinematography, Best Costume Design, Best Director for Robert Stevenson, Best Scoring of Music – adaptation or treatment, Best Picture, Best Sound, and Best Adapted Screenplay. The winner of all these additional nominations was My Fair Lady, save Best Screenplay, which went to the film Becket. Dick van Dyke was not nominated for any awards for his role as Bert, the non-resident of Houston chimney sweep in Mary Poppins.
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