Chimney Inspection Cameras

As a Chimney Sweep, after experiencing failed chimney cameras in need of repair, costing time and loss of earnings, I decided to seek help from carefully selected suppliers and engineers, to manufacture my own, Advance Chimney Cameras was then developed with a range of camera kits to suit most needs within the chimney sweeping industry.

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How do you prepare for a chimney inspection

Prior to a chimney survey.  The chimney flue should be swept to remove any soot and debris so the surface of the flue can be clearly veiwed.  The area around the fireplace should be cleared to give us space to work.

What we are looking for during a chimney inspection

The things that we are looking for are to check the flue is lined or part lined. Check the flue condition, for any loose mortar that might leak smoke or fumes that may be dangerous by leaking into another part of the property.

Carrying out a chimney inspection

A chimney cctv check  can give you an understanding of the condition of your chimney or liner and is very useful in the following scenarios:

  • When purchasing a new property to check if all chimney flues are safe to use in their existing condition
  • In older properties when looking to reinstate a flue that hasn’t been used for a long period time
  • When purchasing a new property to check if all chimney flues are safe to use in their existing condition
  • Following a chimney fire Cracks or any other kind of damage may have developed under the intense heat in the flue.
  • To provide evidence to Insurance Companies on the condition of the flue

The CCTV equipment that we use for Chimney Inspection

The  CCTV Inspection cameras we use have the infrared leds  to review and record our findings if required.