Chimney & Fireplace Inspection

A chimney and fireplace inspection is a process of evaluating the condition of a home’s chimney and fireplace system to ensure that it is safe and functioning properly.

During the inspection, the inspector will examine the chimney and fireplace system to identify any issues, such as cracks, leaks, or buildup of creosote, a combustible byproduct of burning wood. The inspector will also check the flue, damper, and other components to ensure they are working correctly and not obstructed.

The inspector may also perform a camera inspection of the chimney to get a closer look at any potential issues or damage that may be present. They may also check the exterior of the chimney to ensure that it is structurally sound and not damaged by weather or other factors.

Once the inspection is complete, the inspector will provide a detailed report outlining the findings and any recommended repairs or maintenance. This report can be used by the homeowner to address any issues with the chimney and fireplace system, ensuring that it is safe and functioning properly.

It is recommended that homeowners have their chimney and fireplace system inspected at least once a year, especially if they use it regularly. This can help to prevent potential safety hazards and ensure that the system is functioning correctly.

Don’t skip this important step – schedule a chimney inspection today to ensure that you’re a well-informed and that your home is safe and functional. Contact us now to schedule your inspection!

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