Why Chimney Champions Is Your Best Choice
Beware the “Cheap Sweep”
When it comes to your home, the best protection for a safe fireplace is to ensure that the chimney is examined annually by a technician certified by the Chimney Safety Institute of America (CSIA). At Chimney Champions®, our inspectors strictly follow CSIA standards and will never recommend any repairs or services that are unnecessary. All of our advice is third-party, unbiased, and completely objective. Don’t cut corners. Hire the professionals.Request Service
Frequently Asked Chimney Questions
The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) recommends that chimney systems are inspected and swept annually to reduce the risk of fires and carbon monoxide poisoning.
Creosote is a highly combustible particle that forms when oils in wood off-gas deposits in the chimney as flakes or tar. The excessive buildup of creosote can greatly increase the chances of a chimney fire. Creosote is removed when a chimney is swept/cleaned.
We’ll want to start by inspecting your chimney for leaks and other issues causing moisture intrusion, and suggest appropriate repairs. If left unrepaired, moisture can enter the walls and ceiling of your home and cause more widespread issues. Caps and covers that are in good condition are an important defense against water entry.
Our Level 2 chimney inspection includes an initial assessment, full cleaning and removal of obstructions, visual inspection, interior examination with our state-of-the-art video/camera scanner, and written report.
Certified & Experienced Chimney Experts
Safety is always our number one priority. That’s why Chimney Champions® is a member of the National Chimney Sweep Guild, and our technicians follow the standards of the Chimney Safety Institute of America. We provide top-notch chimney inspection and sweeping services in Jacksonville, FL, and the surrounding areas of St. Augustine, Gainesville, and beyond. Request service now or call (904) 268-7200 to speak with one of our knowledgeable team members.Request Service