Bath NH Chimney Sweeps for Your Bath Area Chimney Cleaning, Repair or Inspection
Our chimney sweeps do more than just clean chimneys, in Bath we inspect, repair, design and build them as well!
Bath New Hampshire chimney sweeps, what you should know; When it comes to chimney sweeps there is a big difference between accepted definitions. Historically a chimney sweep is a person who cleaned soot from a chimney, but today it has been universally accepted and commonly used as a term to define anyone who works on chimneys.
Today chimney sweeps can perform more than routine annual cleanings; they can inspect, and sometimes repair and rebuild chimney components. It’s a huge advantage to hire a chimney sweep for your NH chimney cleaning and inspection that has a deep understanding, as well as tenured practical experience when it comes to your whole chimney, firebox andor appliance. At Sin Cal Chimney you can rest assured that from the cleaning, to any inspection, repair or rebuild, the experience required to perform any of the tasks including full masonry rebuild or reconstruction is available for you during your engagement with us. With other companies this isn’t always the case. Ensure your chimney sweep has all of the necessary credentials, skills and experience to not only start the job, but finish it! Call Sin Cal Chimneys and let us handle 100% of your chimney needs.
Our Chimney Sweeps Work on More Than Just Fireplace Chimneys in and Around Bath New Hampshire!
Many people just think in terms of chimneys being brick or stone and connected to either a fireplace or woodstove thimble. At Sin Cal Chimneys we work on all types of chambered airways for heat devices. This could include home furnace chimneys, chimneys for restaurant cooking equipment and hood venting, gas appliance chimneys, lined chimneys, outdoor fireplace chimneys and more.
Why Sin Cal Chimney for Your Chimney Sweep?
One of the great things about choosing Sin Cal Chimneys for your Bath NH chimney service is that not only are we proficient sweeps, we also have deep roots in traditional masonry, the art of designing, building, repairing, and maintaining fireplaces and other masonry structures. This experience and knowledge gives us an advantage over other chimney sweeps when performing not only your chimney cleaning, but the safety inspection as well. We know exactly what to look for, and more importantly, how to fix any issues we may find.
Our Chimney Sweeps Also Perform Chimney Inspections in The Bath Area
Included with Sweep
|Scope||Readily accessible area of chimney, structure, and flue. Lack of obstruction or combustible deposits in flue. Basic appliance installation and connection.||All subjects of a Level 1 Inspection. Proper construction and condition of accessible portions of the chimney structure and all enclosed flues. Proper clearances from combustibles in accessible locations. Size and suitability of flues for connected appliances.||All subjects of a Level 1 and Level 2 inspections. Proper construction and condition of concealed portions of chimney structure and enclosed flues. Proper clearances from combustibles.|
|Access Required||Shall include readily accessible portion of chimney exterior and interior: accessible portions of appliance and chimney connection.||All accessible portions of the chimney exterior and interior, including areas within accessible attics, crawl spaces, and basements, and accessible portions of the appliance and chimney connection: includes inspection by video scanning and other means.||External and internal portions of the chimney structure, including concealed areas of the building or chimney: includes removal of components of the building or chimney where necessary , but only as necessary to gain access to areas that are the subject of inspection.|
|Circumstance||Annual inspection as required by Section 13.2. During routine cleaning of chimney flue. Upon direct replacement of a connected appliance with one of similar type, input rating, and efficiency.||Upon addition or removal of one or more connected appliances, or replacement of an appliance with one of dissimilar type, input rating, or efficiency; prior to relining or replacement of flue lining: upon sale or transfer of the property: after an operating malfunction or external event likely to have caused damage to the chimney.||Where necessary for the investigation of an incident that has caused damage to the chimney or building. Where a hazard detected or suspected as the result of a Level 1 or Level 2 inspection cannot be fully evaluated without access to concealed areas.|
|Indications||For verification of suitability of the chimney for continued service, under the same conditions and with the same appliances of appliances.||For verification of suitability of the chimney for new or changed conditions of service; Level 1 inspection not sufficient to determine serviceability of the chimney.||When construction of all parts of chimney is deemed critical to its renewed or continued use; requires only for those areas that cannot be properly evaluated by a Level 1 or Level 2 Inspection.|
On Chimney Fires
Have you had a chimney fire? Call the local fire department if you haven’t already done so and make sure that any immediate fire hazard has been addressed. Anytime you have a chimney fire it’s good to get the fire department down as soon as possible so that they can analyze the situation and use the necessary technology to locate any abnormal heat patterns inside wall cavities and other areas you just can’t see. Once the fire department has cleared any potential trouble areas, and that should be done immediately during and after any chimney fire, your next call should be to Sin Cal Chimneys to do a full cleaning and inspection to make sure the fire didn’t damage any of the chimney, flue, or other structural components like chimney caps, masonry joints, brick, block, etc.
Bath Volunteer Fire Department
RT 302 Lisbon RD
Bath, NH 03740-0063
Call Sin Cal today and schedule one of our chimney sweeps for your Bath area chimney cleaning, inspection, repair, or rebuild project. 603-680-4112