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Warrington Chimney & Fireplace Chimney Inspections Local Bucks County Philadelphia

Being a homeowner in the Northeast region of the country we often encounter cold temperatures and harsh conditions, especially during the Winter. In that case, you no doubt use your chimney and/or furnace system to heat your home. Regular use without maintenance can lead to problems, both small and large. The burning of wood will create a by-product known as Creosote, which is a toxic and flammable substance that can lead to the risk of a chimney fire.

Get ahead of the headaches by having a trained and skilled technician come out to your home for a thorough cleaning and inspection. A proper cleaning and inspection can help ensure your home and loved ones are in safe conditions.

Moving? Buying or Selling?

A Level 2 Chimney Inspection Is Often A Requirement!

A Level 2 inspection is a more in-depth inspection than a Level 1 inspection. A Level 2 inspection is required when any changes are made to the system, such as a change in the fuel type; changes to the shape of, or material in, the flue (i.e. relining); or the replacement or addition of an appliance of a dissimilar type, input rating or efficiency.


A Level 2 inspection is also required upon the sale or transfer of a property, after an operation malfunction, or following an external event that is likely to have caused damage to the chimney, such as building fires, chimney fires, seismic events and other weather events. A Level 2 inspection includes everything in a Level 1 inspection, plus the accessible portions of the chimney exterior and interior including attics, crawl spaces and basements. It will address proper clearances from combustibles in accessible locations.

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