Keeping your home, family, and belongings safe is important to most people. Every year, thousands of people are affected by fires and carbon monoxide poisoning in their own homes. Some of these events may be avoided with a simple chimney inspection. A chimney inspection is considered a preventive measure. Whether you use your fireplace regularly, a chimney inspection can help avoid disasters and ensure your chimney is functioning properly.
Adavanced Chimneys Inc. offers a full range of chimney services. According to The National Fire Protection Association, chimneys and fireplaces should be inspected at least once a year to ensure safe operation and use. At Advanced Chimney Inc., we offer yearly chimney inspections. Our inspections include a full evaluation of the firebox, smoke chamber, flue pipes, and caps. If maintenance or a chimney sweep is needed, we provide a free estimate after your chimney inspection.
- Over time, debris and other hazardous material can accumulate in the chimney, which could lead to a chimney fire or other hazardous gases leaking into the home.
- A buildup of creosote. Creosote is a highly flammable material that is one of the leading causes of chimney fires. Creosote buildup accumulates naturally in the chimney, so it is imperative that you get it removed regularly.
- If your chimney is not used regularly, pest and birds may make their way into your chimney. Animals may choose to nest in your chimney, leaving behind nests, debris, and dirt.
- Water damage. Even your chimney can sustain water damage. It is important to check the chimney regularly for water damage, especially if your chimney is hardly used.
Schedule A Chimney Inspection
If you haven’t had your chimney inspected in a few years, it may be time to schedule an appointment. Adavnced Chimneys Inc. is a full-service chimney sweeping company located in Marietta, Georgia. We are fully licensed and insured to provide you with the chimney services you need. To learn more, contact Advanced Chimneys Inc.
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