Chimney Scope Inspection


Advanced level 2 chimney scope inspection which surpasses the limitations of standard home inspections. Our process involves utilizing a specialized inspection camera to thoroughly examine the interior of the fireplace and chimney, specifically targeting concealed damage to the flue liner. This comprehensive inspection extends beyond the interior, encompassing a thorough examination of the exterior and accessible areas in the attic.

By offering a heightened level of scrutiny, our level 2 chimney scope inspection ensures a comprehensive assessment of both visible and concealed elements, promoting a thorough understanding of the chimney’s condition and safety:

Safety Assurance: An inspection can help identify potential hazards such as creosote buildup, cracks, or blockages, ensuring your chimney operates safely.

Early Issue Detection: Identify potential sewer line problems before they escalate, preventing costly repairs.

Property Protection: Ensure the integrity of your property’s sewer system, avoiding damage to foundations and landscapes.

Preventative Maintenance: Proactively address issues to prevent sewer line backups and emergencies.

Homebuyer Confidence: Boost confidence for homebuyers by providing a detailed inspection report on the condition of the sewer lines.

Cost Savings: Addressing minor issues early can prevent major repairs, saving homeowners from significant expenses.

Environmentally Friendly: Timely detection and repair contribute to environmental preservation by preventing sewage leaks and contamination.

Resale Value: A well-maintained sewer system enhances the resale value of a property.

Insurance Compliance: Some insurance policies may require sewer scope inspections to maintain coverage.

Peace of Mind: Knowing the condition of your sewer lines provides peace of mind and confidence in your property’s infrastructure.

Overall, a chimney inspection is a proactive measure that not only ensures the safety of your home but also contributes to the efficient and trouble-free operation of your heating system.

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