Real Estate Inspections

According to the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) it is required for homes to undergo a level 2 inspection prior to any sale or transfer of the property.  Home inspectors DO NOT provide this service. Get a CSIA certified professional to help answer all your questions.

What is a Level 2 Inspection and why do you need one?

You wouldn't buy a used car off the street without getting it looked over by a mechanic would you?  The same should be said for your fireplace and chimney.  Who knows what kind of use it has seen since its construction?

A level 2 inspection is required when a change is made to the system.  

This includes:

A level 2 inspection can be a lengthy process as it is a full inspection and diagnosis of the entire system from the chimney on the roof, down to the crawl space or basement.  It’s important to note that just because a home has one chimney does not mean it has one flue inside the chimney or even one system venting through that flue. 

What to Expect From Flue Fighters During...

During a level 2, Flue Fighters will:

What to Expect From Flue Fighters After...

We are proud to use the leading inspection software in the industry.  With Chimspect, both the inspector and homeowner can feel comfortable that nothing is being missed.  Reports are clean, organized and complete with pictures.