Do You Need Chimney Inspection in Las Vegas? Give Us A Call!
Chimney inspections are in important aspect of chimney maintenance, regardless of the type of fireplace you may have, and while a homeowner can visually “inspect” a chimney for obvious defects, a licensed professional will know exactly what to look for in order to address issues before they turn into problems, and keep your fireplace and chimney system safe. Basic inspections (also known as Level 1 inspections) will include an examination of all readily accessible components of the fireplace and chimney, both inside and outside of the home, as well as all accessible parts of the heating appliance and chimney connections. They will also check for any obstructions in the chimney and look for excessive deposit buildup. These Level 1 inspections are suitable in situations when the intent is to continue to use the your fireplace system in it’s current state without any changes.
Level 2 Chimney Inspection
Any time a change is made to the exiting system, like converting a wood burning fireplace to a gas fireplace, installing inserts or gas logs, or replacing your flue/chimney liner, a Level 2 inspection is necessary. Additionally, this type of inspection is necessary any time there its an event that may have caused damage to the fireplace or chimney structure, such as an appliance malfunction, chimney fire, structure fire, or earthquake. These Level 2 inspections are also necessary any time there is a sale or transfer of property. A Level 2 inspection includes all of the things a Level 1 inspection includes, but goes a step farther. Here, the use of video or other scanning equipment is used to inspect the interior joints of the chimney flue, and all doors and panels are inspected along with components inside those doors and panels. Your technician will also examine accessible portions of the system in attics, crawl spaces, and basements, and check clearance between your fireplace and chimney system and the combustible components of your home.
Chimney Inspection and Cleaning
Fireplace Repair Las Vegas offers both Level 1 and Level 2 Inspections, as well as cleaning for all types of flue and chimney systems, We will back up our inspections and quotes with documentation, so you can rest assured you’re getting what you pay for, without unnecessary costs. Because regular, annual cleaning is so important for the safety of your home and family, and failure to do so can lead to dangerous situations and costly repairs, we strongly encourage you to call today for an appointment. Remember, a dirty chimney causes chimney fires!
Fireplace and Chimney Inspection
A clean chimney starts with a clean fireplace. Likewise, a safe chimney starts with a safe fireplace. Give us a call today, and we will come inspect your entire system, floor to rooftop. If repairs are necessary, we will show you what they are, and why the repair is necessary. You’ll be armed with all of the information, and we will leave you feeling confident in your choice of inspection technicians, with a clear explanation for all repairs, if necessary, as well as setting up a cleaning and maintenance schedule for you.
Chimney Inspection Cost
Most chimney inspections cost between $300 and $500 dollars, but the price can vary depending several factors, On the very low end of the spectrum, a gas fireplace inspection can cost as little as $100, while on the far other end, a large wood burning fireplace with multiple flues costing as much as $5000. Call us today for a free, no-hassle quote!