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Question DetailsAsked on 9/7/2011

Am in the negotiation phase of purchasing a home, During the inspection the chimney was found to have no flue, Does anyone know what the c

the cost of the chimney might be. The rest of the chimney is intact and in working condition.

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depending on the state you are in. some let you drop a linner down the chimney whitch is not to bad on priceing.

Answered 7 years ago by kevin

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I agree. It depends on what your state requires. The Uniform Mechanical Code will be the reference point for determining what route the inspector will want you to take. It all depends on a few factors, such as: is the chimney indoors or outdoors, how high is it, is it brick masonry. Having a Chimney Sweep Service company of an HVAC contractor come out to evaluate your chimney is the place to start. The cost will vary but it's usually less expensive if the inspector lets you install a chimney liner.

Answered 7 years ago by Stans HVAC




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