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Regular chimney inspections are a proactive measure that safeguards your home, enhances fireplace performance, and gives you peace of mind, knowing that your fireplace system is in good working condition and free from hazards.
A chimney inspection is crucial for identifying potentially life-threatening hazards that may exist within your chimney. Without a regular inspection, potential issues such as creosote buildup, structural damage, or blockages may go unnoticed, increasing the risk of chimney fires, carbon monoxide leaks, and poor indoor air quality within your home. Contact us today to schedule a chimney inspection and find out if your chimney is safe to use.
During a chimney inspection, a trained professional examines various elements, including the chimney structure, flue lining, chimney cap, and fireplace components. They assess the integrity of the chimney, looking for signs of damage, cracks, or deterioration that could compromise its performance or pose safety risks. Additionally, inspections help detect the presence of creosote buildup, which is highly flammable and can lead to chimney fires. By identifying and removing creosote, inspections contribute to a safer environment for you and your family. Contact us today to speak to a professional regarding your chimney inspection needs.
A level 1 chimney inspection is a comprehensive evaluation of all accessible components of a chimney system, including the exterior, interior, and accessible portions of the chimney structure. It involves examining the flue lining, chimney cap, chimney crown, and other relevant elements to ensure their condition, safety, and compliance with relevant codes and standards.
A level 2 chimney inspection is specifically focused on the internal components of a chimney, primarily the flue lining. It assesses the condition of the flue, checking for any damage, blockages, or other issues that could impact the chimney’s performance and safety.
A level 3 chimney inspection typically involves a visual assessment of specific components or areas of the chimney system, usually limited to accessible portions. It may be conducted to address a specific concern or to provide a basic evaluation of a particular section of the chimney, such as the chimney crown or chimney cap.