Chimney Scan Camera peeking out of Terra Cotta Clay Chimney Pots

Can you see it?

Peeking out of a very unique terra cotta chimney capMeet our Chimney Inspection Camera. 

Our team uses high-resolution chimney scanning equipment to record the inside of every fireplace flue system we service.

Doing so provides a digital record for your chimney sweeper to show our customers at the conclusion of a Level 2 Chimney Inspection, along with our complete evaluation packet.

The most important thing is that our customers understand and feel informed enough to ask the right questions about what we find during an evaluation.

What our chimney scanning equipment sees is much more than a human and a flashlight could ever detect. So if you hire a sweep to inspect your chimney and they do NOT use a camera that scans up and down the entire chimney flue… then it’s time to find a better sweep who will take the time to SHOW you what’s inside your chimney!

Chimney Scanning Level 2 Inspection Camera

Our  CSIA Certified Inspector performs an evaluation using a high-resolution chimney scanner video camera. Whether you have raccoons, birds, or creosote in your chimney flue, we will see it!

Learn more about our fireplace and chimney inspections at our service page. Click the button below for more information on what this little camera can do for you and your flue!

In Kansas City Metro?

Call 913-642-6171

If you live elsewhere in the US please visit the CSIA Chimney Sweep Locator Tool to find a Local Certified Sweep in your area.

No matter what chimney sweep company you choose, make sure they are certified and use the best equipment to inspect your chimney because your safety depends on it!

 

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