There are a few different types of chimney inspections that you can get. They are typically called a level 1, a level 2, and a level 3 chimney inspection. So which one should you get?
Most people start out with a level 1 chimney inspection. These types of inspections are non-invasive, but still very comprehensive. The chimney’s structure, crown, and other components are inspected. These are typically the best inspection unless you think you have a problem inside of your flue that only cameras and invasive inspections can find. If you need a level 1 chimney inspection, contact us.
A level 2 inspection is more invasive. In encompasses everything in a level 1 inspection, but then the interior of the flue and its liner are typically inspected using cameras. These inspections are more expensive and should only be done by a qualified chimney specialist.
A level 3 chimney inspection is much more invasive. A level 3 inspection generally takes apart some or all of the chimney. This type of inspection is usually only done after a chimney fire or other serious event.