Professional Chimney Sweeping Services
CSIA Certified Technicians Ready To Serve You
What To Expect When We Come Out
- Check accessible sections of your chimney, both on the inside and outside
- Examine factory-made units to see if there are cracks
- Inspect the chimney liner to see if there are any gaps, cracks, or missing joints
- Sweep the chimney using specialized brushes
- Sweep the firebox, clearing away any ash
- Remove the grate and brush it
- Scrub the smoke chamber, damper, and smoke shelf of your chimney using hand tools
- Check to ensure that are no fire safety hazards
See What Our Customers Are Saying!
Joe and Brian did chimney work for me. They did an excellent job. They were both very professional and polite. They explained everything before and after the job was complete. I would definitely recommend this company.
I recently had my chimney sweep Brian and Joe and was more than satisfied with the attentiveness care given the service they offered. They took an extra measure to put fabric on the ground to protect my floor and vacuum any excess residue. In addition, they mounted the rope matter inside my stove which was loose with high heat glue. I am now ready for another season of using my wood burning stove safely. I would recommend using them.
I used Alpine Chimney again this year. Have to say I was just a satisfied as my previous experience. Will be using them yearly to service my fireplace, wood-burning stove and heating system
We Offer All Types Of Inspections
Our team specializes in level 1, 2, and 3 chimney inspections (using the latest methods and documentation), and can provide you with all the information you need regarding your chimney’s safety and condition. Here’s a little bit of information on each level and when you might need to schedule one type of inspection over another:
- Level I inspections are typically considered sufficient for chimneys that have been well-maintained, inspected annually, and that haven’t undergone any changes in fuel type, appliance, performance, or use. These inspections involve the evaluation of the chimney chase, the crown and cap, the flashing, the firebox, and a visual inspection of the flue.
- Level II inspections are required when the home is changing hands, after a chimney fire, when the flue is being relined, or when the fuel or appliance is being changed. Level II inspections include everything in a level I inspection, as well as the evaluation of all accessible portions of the chimney (including crawl spaces and attics) and the evaluation of the flue using video scanning technology. This allows us to get a better look at the chimney flue, from top to bottom.
- Level III inspections are more complex and are really only considered when a level I or level II isn’t sufficient. These can include the removal of parts of the chimney or home, which is why we only recommend a level III inspection if there’s no other way to get to the heart of the chimney issue.