Chimney Inspection Minneapolis & St Paul MN

$220 ($125 each addt’l fireplace)

Level 2 Chimney Inspection: What is It?

Never take fire safety for granted. Ever. An in-depth chimney inspection ensures that a wood-burning fireplace and chimney are not fire hazards. Heartland Inspections performs Level ll chimney camera inspections according to strict standards established by the CSIA (Chimney Safety Institute of America) throughout the Minneapolis & St. Paul, MN area.

It is vital to hire a third-party inspection company like Heartland to ensure your report is non-biased and accurate.

A video camera is used to examine the flue and check for cracks or damage to the joints in the chimney’s structure. A chimney inspection may also include examination of the attic, roof/chimney exterior and crawl space. This involves looking for damage and combustible materials near the flue that should be spaced away.

We can tell you if your chimney is in good condition or if it needs cleaning or repair. We can even recommend trusted professionals to assist you after our inspection.

It takes 30 to 45 minutes and the report will be delivered the same day.

Chimney Inspections cost on average $450 according to HomeAdvisor.  At Heartland Inspections, we charge $220 with or without a home inspection. For each additional chimney is $125 each additional fireplace.

How To Order

Easily add a chimney inspection to your home inspection when you schedule online.

Interested in a chimney inspection WITHOUT a home inspection? Schedule by calling us (612) 961-3306. Not currently available online.  

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Common Questions & Resources

Chimney Inspection For Safety & Fires

Most chimney fires are caused by dirty chimneys. Before you move into a new home, or even after you have moved, a chimney inspection can SAVE LIVES.

Most fires occur in the flue. Therefore, is vital an inspector not just looks inside the flue, but around the flue within attic spaces to check for combustible materials too close to the flue.

For more information on chimney safety, visit the Chimney Safety Institute of America.