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Certified Chimney Inspections

There is a peace of mind that comes with knowing that your chimney is in its best possible shape. After all, its key job is to make sure that your home and its inhabitants are safe and warm. A fireplace or stove can be a beautiful addition to your home, and a wonderful excuse to join together and enjoy the company of your friends and family. But fire, put quite simply, is dangerous, and the only thing that’s standing between you and danger is your chimney system. When you know that your chimney system is in top shape, you can enjoy a fire without worrying. And the only way to know for sure what shape your chimney system is in is to schedule an annual inspection by an experienced, CSIA-certified chimney technician.

During a chimney inspection, Young’s Chimney Service technicians will make sure that all parts of your system — from the firebox to the chimney crown — are in good, safe working order. And if problems are found, we’ll make recommendations for restoring the safety and efficiency of your chimney system.

What Will A Young’s Chimney Service Technician Do During An Inspection?

The National Fire Protection Association’s code 211 outlines the proper chimney inspection process for ensuring a safe and properly functioning chimney system. At Young’s Chimney Service, we believe in following the process outlined by the NFPA exactly. The code lays out three levels of standard inspection, and we’ll recommend the appropriate one depending on your circumstances.

Level 1: When we do your annual chimney sweeping, you can expect this level of inspection to come along with it. It’s intended for systems that haven’t changed (your appliance and fuel are the same), and it includes a visual inspection of all the readily-accessible parts of your chimney system, on the inside and outside.

Level 2: This level of inspection should always be performed when a property is being bought or sold, and when something in the system has changed (a new appliance, a new flue liner, a fuel change). It includes the visual inspection process of Level 1, but technicians will also check other areas, including crawl spaces, basements and/or attics.

Level 3: If it seems like problems are deep within your system, it’s likely that a Level 3 inspection will be recommended. This level of inspection includes the Level 2 process, but can also include the removal of fixed items that are impeding a more thorough inspection (this can include drywall, doors, even parts of the chimney).

If you are in need of a quality and detailed chimney inspection, give Young’s Chimney Service a call. We can answer any questions you have about the chimney inspection process and help you decide which level your system needs.

 

Don’t waste any time when it comes to getting a leaky chimney repaired. Young’s Chimney Service is ready to fix this critical problem before it can lead to more extensive damage to your home…it’s all part of our wide range of chimney services.



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