Like any other part of your home, your fireplace requires regular maintenance. Scheduling a fireplace inspection is easy, and the inspection itself is thorough and non-intrusive. Whether you want someone to inspect your existing fireplace or help you determine where to install a new one, here’s a closer look at what you can expect from your appointment.
If you’re installing a new fireplace, your Ramsey fireplace inspector will gather precise measurements in and around the space in which you wish to install your fireplace. Next, the professional will offer recommendations on which type of fireplace is best suited for that space. Finally, the fireplace inspector will provide an accurate cost estimate for the total project. If you want to have your existing fireplace inspected, a professional will thoroughly inspect all facets of your fireplace and offer recommendations for improvements. Regardless of which type of inspection you need, a good fireplace expert will always treat your home with the utmost respect throughout the whole process.