Selma NC Chimney Inspections

Our chimney inspections in Selma are broken down into two levels of inspection. Since all chimney and situations are unique, this allows us to provide you with the best possible service for your needs and issues, and allows us to work hands on with you to resolve any issues in a time effective and competitively priced fashion.

Level I

Our level I inspection will include a visual check of the fireplace and chimney. The inspector will look for any damages, obstructions, soot and creosote buildup using advanced video capturing technology. You may be prescribed chimney sweeping services which we can provide at that time if you chose to. Our inspections can find cracks in the flue pipe, damaged caused by a chimney fire, obstructions in the flue, missing mortar or gaps in flue sections, and hidden gaps in the chimney. Some of these gaps may be high or unreachable without proper equipment and can be found by use during inspection.

If you regularly use your fireplace you need a level I inspection at least once a year to check for deposits, clearances, and soundness.

Level II

A level II inspection is designed to check your chimney after any changes have occurred to your system. This is a more in-depth inspection and should be used if you are buying or selling a home or if any serious weather event has occurred like a tornado or hurricane. These inspections are also when the chimney is not easily accessible to be checked without extra tools or equipment. This inspection builds off the first inspection and adds inspections of the attic, basements, and crawl spaces. It checks for combustibles in these locations as well and provides you with an inspection from top to bottom that can provide you with safety and knowledge you need to properly use and maintain your unit.

Contact Our CSIA Certified Chimney Sweep In Selma To Discuss Which Level of Inspection Is Right For You!

A chimney inspection is not something to be taken lightly. Call us today and allow our expert chimney sweep in Selma to perform your next inspection.