We provide a detailed 14 Point Visual Safety Chimney Inspection completed by one of our skilled technicians which include a written condition report.
The written condition report will reflect the inspection process of your fireplace and chimney.
Throughout the chimney inspection, they will examine such things as the height, chimney cap/spark arrestor, the crown/pan, brickwork/siding, flashing, flue liner, and moisture resistance.
During the fireplace portion of your inspection, the technicians will check your firebox, smoke chamber, damper, ash container, spark screens, and hearth protection.
These two sections of the inspection will determine If your chimney is due for a cleaning or if there are any necessary repairs to be fulfilled in order to ensure the structural integrity and safety of your fireplace.
The National Fire Protection Agency (NFPA) recommends an annual inspection cleaning and repairs as needed.
Our desire is to create peace of mind for you to enjoy the warmth of your fire and family without worry.
We recommend that you have your chimney cleaned by a member of our team at least once per cord of wood.
Each service team carries specialized tools and brushes to properly clean your chimney removing potentially hazardous creosote deposits. A triple filtered vacuum is running during the entire cleaning to ensure the creosote stays inside the firebox. We guarantee no mess.
Having annual inspections of your chimney will help prohibit any future damages from fire hazards and is recommended by the National Fire Protection Agency (NFPA 211) check out our blog to read more.
Here are some signs to watch for that indicate your chimney needs to be cleaned:
- You smell a strong burnt wood odor coming from your fireplace.
- Your home fills with smoke when you ignite your fireplace.
- You have burned more than a truckload of wood, or cord.
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