Chimney Inspections
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Chimney Inspections

  • Structural inspection of the chimney stack
  • Inspection of chimney crown, spark arrestor and flashing
  • Check masonary clearings from house framing markers
  • Inspect foundation and hearth supports
  • Inspect flue lining
  • Indicate if the chimney is reinforced or un-reinforced and if FHA straps are present with exterior bracing
  • Check in the attic of water damage, mold etc
  • Measure firebox, chimney height and damper opening Level 1 inspections
  • If your appliance or your venting system has not changed and you plan to use your system as you have in the past, then a Level 1 inspection is a minimum requirement. A Level 1 inspection is recommended for a chimney under continued service, under the same conditions, and with the continued use of the same appliance. In a Level 1 inspection, your chimney service technician should examine the readily accessible portions of the chimney exterior, interior and accessible portions of the appliance and the chimney connection. Your technician will be looking for the basic soundness of the chimney structure and flue as well as the basic appliance installation and connections. The technician will also verify the chimney is free of obstruction and combustible deposits.