Chimney Inspections

Keep it Clean & Efficient, with Less Risk

Like any other part of your home, your chimney requires regular inspections and maintenance. An annual check by trained and licensed specialists at Anderson's Chimney & Masonry Services can identify potential issues early on to protect your family and home. 

Importance of Regular Chimney Inspections

A buildup of creosote is one of the leading causes of chimney fires. To prevent these hazards, the National Fire Protection Association advocates having your chimney, fireplaces and vents inspected annually, with necessary sweeping and repairs completed as needed. Ensuring your system is properly prepared to burn oil, gas, wood or coal can increase its safety and give you peace of mind.

Benefits of Chimney Inspections and Services

During a routine examination, an expert can identify if the natural exposure to harsh elements and temperature changes have caused any chimney issues you may want to fix. An inspection will involve the following processes:

  • Buildup assessment: A chimney evaluation will determine if you have a flammable buildup of creosote, soot, smoke, ash or debris that should be removed to improve your home's efficiency and air quality.
  • Structural integrity evaluation: The chimney inspector will identify signs of leaks, damage to the lining or flue, cracks and gaps, or leaning. Correcting structural issues early can prevent the need for more costly fixes later on. 
  • Unwanted growth and pest prevention: An assessment can prevent unwanted mold and pest infestation by identifying moisture or debris buildup that needs attention.

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Our Chimney Inspection Process

At Anderson's Chimney & Masonry Services, our CSIA-certified technicians are trained and knowledgeable about oil-, wood- and gas-burning appliances. We offer the following professional assessments: 

  • Level one:  During a level one inspection, we use light, mirrors and digital cameras to inspect the basic soundness, structure and cleanliness of the flue, chimney and appliance connections.
  • Level two: When we complete a level two inspection, we follow the same level one inspection processes in addition to checking the chimney's exterior and accessible portions of interior attics, crawl spaces and basements. This inspection is common upon the sale or transfer of a property, after a significant damage event, when you replace an appliance, or when making changes to the fuel type or the chimney lining's shape and material.
  • Level three: For a level three inspection, we perform the above and examine concealed areas of the chimney as well. We will remove structures such as the chimney crown as necessary to conduct a thorough evaluation.

After any inspection, we provide a detailed report with recommendations for any issues we find. 

In business for over 30 years, Anderson’s Chimney & Masonry provides a variety of professional Chimney Inspection in:
Camp Hill
New Cumberland

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Schedule Your Chimney Inspection

Annual chimney inspections are essential to ensuring the safety and comfort of your home. To schedule a chimney evaluation or other service, call us at (717) 970-5158 or reach out to our team today!

National Standards

As certified sweeps, we are held to national standards of the NFPA. NFPA 211 for wood burning, NFPA 54 for gas appliances and NFPA 31 for oil appliances. All of our work is always conducted professionally and in compliance with these and any other local government codes that apply. Our professional opinions will be based on our experience and education.

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