There’s an old saying, “Knowing is half the battle.” It’s true! Do you know what kind of condition your chimney or fireplace is in, how it’s performing, or whether there are safety hazards at play?
The Chimney Safety Institute of America (CSIA) and the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) urge homeowners to schedule chimney inspections each and every year.
Whether or not you’re having performance issuesyou’re having performance issues or not, an annual inspection is always smart. Whether you need a level one, two, or three inspections, our team is dedicated to making you fire safe.
- Level One — When everything’s running smoothly and you just want to have your system inspected to make sure there are no issues or concerns, a level one is the inspection for you. There are no invasive procedures or dismantling. It’s a quick look from chimney cap to firebox.
- Level Two — If your chimney system has undergone any changes — from performance to chimney relining, chimney fire, new appliance, or new fuel type — a level two is recommended. We look at the system as a whole using a video camera. Level two inspections are also recommended when purchasing or selling a property, as they allow a closer look at the chimney’s condition than a home inspector could provide.
- Level Three — Still having problems that a level two inspection can’t pinpoint? Then a level three inspection may be needed. It can involve the removal of some parts of the chimney system and the surrounding areas of the home, so they’re really only recommended if there’s no other way to pinpoint and address the problem.
We ensure your chimney system is performing safely and efficiently
Your chimney system should allow you a safer, more comfortable life, and we want to make sure of it by providing you with all the services needed to keep your chimney in great shape. Everyone on our team is committed to continuously improving and adding to their skills and knowledge, and to providing courteous, honest, clean, and prompt service.
Our Team is Certified & Experienced
Firesafe Chimney Services, a full-time, full-service, family-run chimney service business dedicated to the continued safe use of every chimney in the area, was founded in 2005 by Derek Hannah. Derek’s father was a sweep with his own company, so Derek grew up working with his dad in the chimney business. When his dad shut down his business, Derek set out on his own and founded Firesafe Chimney Services.
Firesafe Chimney Services has a five-star rating on Facebook and our customers have come to count on us for dependable, clean, and quick service. We’re fully certified, licensed, and insured, and we pride ourselves on providing custom-tailored service to each and every client, each and every time.
Associations & Continued Education
We believe that education and training are key and allow us to provide better service and information to our clients. That’s why we make continued education, certification, and memberships with industry-leading associations a priority for our team.
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When you need professional chimney and fireplace services in Central Massachusetts, call on Firesafe Chimney Services to be sure you’re getting the best possible service.
Split Up Your Payments
Upon inspection, we may discover that your chimney system is in need of repairs. With our financing options through EnerBank USA, you don't have to dip into your savings to keep your family safe.
12 Months Financing
*Loans provided by EnerBank USA, Member FDIC, (1245 Brickyard Rd., Suite 600, Salt Lake City, UT 84106) on approved credit, for a limited time. Repayment terms vary from 24 to 132 months. Interest waived if repaid in 365 days. 18.58% fixed APR, effective as of August 1, 2019, subject to change. Interest starts accruing when the loan closes.
5 Year Financing
*Loans provided by EnerBank USA, Member FDIC, (1245 Brickyard Rd., Suite 600, Salt Lake City, UT 84106) on approved credit, for a limited time. Repayment term is 60 months. 6.99% fixed APR. Minimum loan amounts apply. The first monthly payment will be due 30 days after the loan closes.