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Is Your Fireplace Safe to Use?
Unlike most home equipment and many everyday appliances, you can never be 100% sure that your fireplace is safe to operate. You can’t inspect your fireplace or chimney on your own. You don’t know what you’re looking for: What’s bad? What’s dangerous?
That’s why chimney inspection is best left to the professionals. Whether you have a fireplace, furnace or water heater chimney, it should be inspected on an annual basis by an experienced chimney and fireplace inspector like those at Vertical Chimney Care.
Why Chimney Inspection Services
Regular chimney inspections are necessary to protect your family and your home. A chimney or fireplace inspection can:
- Prevent a fire caused by the buildup of excessive creosote, which is a highly flammable black coating that results from the by-products of burning.
- Eliminate obstructions that block the flue and allow backed-up smoke and vapors to enter the home and expose your family to lethal carbon monoxide gas.
- Minimize the risk of fire, carbon monoxide exposure or water damage caused by damage to the chimney’s flue liner, crown and masonry.
Vertical Chimney Care has almost 40 years of experience with all types of chimney care needs in the Chicagoland area. Our leading fireplace and chimney inspection company provides thorough sweep and inspection services and executes them with a commitment to cleanliness.
Our Chimney Safety Institute of America (CSIA) certified technicians conduct a 20-point inspection process that meets or exceeds the CSIA standards. Every technician is fully trained, certified and armed with state-of-the-art equipment to ensure the job gets done right.
Vertical Chimney Care goes above and beyond! While we’re there, we’ll inspect your home’s furnace and water heater chimney flue to ensure proper ventilation of carbon monoxide. Our experienced inspectors are prepared to identify potential issues and offer expert advice on how to best address them.