Chimney and Sky


  • Includes a visual inspection to examine the exterior and interior of the chimney. Technicians won’t use tools to open or remove doors, panels, or coverings.

  • The evaluation will not disrupt the chimney structure or finish. 


Recommended Level

  • Per National Fire Protection Agency Code 211 regarding chimney inspection:

    • When a change is made to your system, a Level II inspection is required.

    • When a property is sold or transferred, a Level II inspection is required.

  • Highly recommended when an operating malfunction or external event has likely caused damage to the chimney or appliance.

  • Includes all the services provided in a Level I inspection

  • Internal Video Evaluation.

  • Comprehensive inspection report including video scan results.

  • The examination of the parts of the chimney that are accessible through attics, crawl spaces and basements to reach the exterior and interior of the chimney system.

  • There is no destruction or removal of any permanently attached portion of the chimney or building structure.

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Having your chimney cleaned and inspected regularly improves the air quality in your home and is crucial for the prevention of hazards that can arise from build-up, obstructions, or cracks.


Neglecting the care of your chimney can restrict the flow of gases and cause smoke to reenter the home and even cause a fire. Experts recommend an annual maintenance check for all wood-burning chimneys, especially before the winter season.