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Chimney and Fireplace Inspections 

Chimney Inspections and Fireplace Inspections

You want your fireplace or stove to bring you evening after evening of comfort and enjoyment. But what happens when damage, creosote buildup, or other dangers are present? Would you even know? Most homeowners wouldn’t and don’t know, because much of the chimney system is not in plain view. Industry safety leaders like the Chimney Safety Institute of America (CSIA) and the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) both recommend annual Chimney Inspections and Fireplace Inspections— Chimney Inspections and Fireplace Inspections allow professionals to really get in there and see what’s going on. 

 

The Team Here at Sootmaster Specializes In All Three Levels of Inspection

You can count on Sootmaster inspection when you want to make sure your chimney and fireplace are free of damage, and other dangers. We’ll show you photos of any findings and explain. Wouldn’t you rather know that your chimney is in good working condition and working properly this season? We would love to help! So give us a callbefore you light that first fire. Don’t put off your annual inspection — give Sootmaster a call for a full system inspection.

Level One

Level one is performed without the aid of any specialized tools and is recommended when things are working as always, without change.

Level Two

Level two when there’s a change needed, like a new liner,  a new appliance, a new fuel type, a strong storm or chimney fire, or a new problem or performance issue. This level of an inspection may require some basic tools, and will also include a video scan of the chimney interior.  Level two inspection and its ability to provide close-up images of damage, these inspections are oftentimes referred to as real estate, home, or insurance inspections.

Level Three

Level three is a level two inspection that suggests a deeper, hidden problem impossible to get to the bottom of. A level three can involve the removal of firebox panels, chimney crowns, walls, and other components of the chimney system and home, which is why it’s considered a last resort.