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Question DetailsAsked on 10/16/2017

Buying a home in Greenville, SC. Was just told 2 huge chimneys need to come down and be replaced $$$ - YIKES HELP!

Hello. Home built in 1999 in Greenville county, SC. Gas. Chimney goes from 1st floor up to 3rd floor. The roofline is 2nd to 3rd floor (see link at for image). I'm told there is evidence of water intrusion and poor construction which will require these be taken down and replaced at GREAT expense otherwise these will collapse in a few years time. The inspector was very thorough but feel they quoted far too much. Can I get an idea of what this should really cost to take down and replace? These are gas and the brick is a façade but a darned nice looking (imo)! Tops are capped with stainless steel vents. We'd like to keep the look of the house as much as possible. Suggestions?

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