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A long time ago there was such profession as chimney sweeper. As you might have guessed, those people provided services of chimney cleaning. It was a really dirty work with it own features: ropes, narrow tubes and little assistants, called Spazzacamini — they was very useful in cases when chimney sweepers couldn’t crawl to the tube themselves. But it was then, and you may ask the question about how to clean a chimney today. The procedure of chimney and air duct cleaning in general is much better now and we tell you why.
Which level of chimney inspection do you need? The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) has established industry standards which define 3 levels of a chimney inspection.
Level 1 Inspection Is Performed In Conjunction With A Chimney Cleaning. Our Knowledgeable Chimney Technician Will Examine All Accessible Interior And Exterior Components Of Your Chimney, Flue And Fireplace, Or Heating Appliances Connection.Recommended To Perform On Yearly Basis.
Level 2 Inspection Is Required When Any Changes Or Upgrades Are Made To The System. This Level Of Inspection Is Required Upon The Sale Or Transfer Of A Property Or After An Operation Malfunctions Or External Event That Is Likely To Have Caused Damage The Chimney.
Level 3 Inspection Required When Serious Hazard Are Suspected To Determine The Condition Of The Chimney System. This Is The Most In-Depth Inspection Offered Which Covers All Of The Criteria In Level 1&2, But Also Goes Into Further Detail By Accessing Every Aspect Of Your Heating System.