According to The National Fire Protection Association, chimneys should be inspected at least once a year, especially if you burn more than 50 times per year.

In our years of experience under normal burning conditions, one cord of wood burned in a fireplace will typically produce enough creosote buildup to warrant a chimney cleaning.


RI Chimney Inspection

Chimney Inspection Specialist In RI

To be on the safe side, it is recommended to inspect your chimney sooner if you burn quite often. We have special equipment for varying size chimney systems and fireplaces. Using highly durable specialized brushes our team is able to completely remove creosote and soot build-up without harming your fireplace or chimney.

When we come out to your home to perform an inspection, our guys will not only perform a visual check of your chimney, we will also thoroughly inspect your fireplace, connector pipes and chimney. During the inspection, we will look for any damage, obstructions as well as the amount of creosote and soot build-up. As a general guide, there are three levels of inspection.

  • Level One

    Basic visual check of chimney and fireplace

  • Level Two

    Besides a basic visual check of the chimney and fireplace, inspector will check the roof, attic, and chimney using special tools

  • Level Three

    Destruct and tear down chimney walls and rebuild the walls of the chimney. This is not common and usually occurs if a chimney has been damaged as a result of a chimney fire.

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