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Question: A chimney should not be inspected while it is raining or snowing.
Top Answer (50% of 72 votes): False.

Answer: False
Explanation: Any areas of moisture infiltration will be easier to identify.
Safeguard Home Inspection, LLC
Answer: True
Explanation: Will not be able to inspect thoroughly.
Answer: False
Explanation: Leaks can be detected in the rain but sweeps will make the call for safety
Kings Chimney Sweep
Answer: True
Explanation: I would not unless it was an emergency. Safety first.
North State Inspections
Answer: False
Explanation: While its not the best time to inspect it may show any water leaks in the system
Gilded Leaf Home Inspections LLC
Answer: True
Explanation: It is a safety hazard to have a technician on your roof inspecting a chimney in poor weather.
Lehigh Valley Chimney Specialists
Answer: False
Explanation: chimney can be inspected in all weather.
A1 mary poppin chimney sweep
Answer: True
Explanation: no roof access
Apex Appliance & Dryer vent cleaning
Answer: False
Explanation: A home inspector can do a non-invasive visual inspection any time.
Home Inspection Solutions
Answer: True
Explanation: This type of inspection requires a ladder. This can cause slip and falls.
Your Home Property Consultants
Answer: False
Explanation: weather does not affect
American Home & Environmental
Answer: False
Explanation: A chimney can be inspected at anytime. Except for the obvious safety issues of climbing a roof during wet weather, it makes no difference in the results of the inspection when it is raining or snowing.
NH Roof Consulting & Inspection
Answer: False
Explanation: weather would not be a factor
G M M Property Inspections
Answer: False
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Answer: True
Explanation: This can cause not only safety hazard to the inspector but to the home as well
Higher Standards Property Solutions LLC
Answer: False
Explanation: For maybe safety concerns, this may be true with some home inspectors from having to climb the roof. But this could be an opportune time to inspect, to see if any leaking areas from attic or chimney area will show up.
Straight Street Home & Structural Pest Inspections
Answer: True
Explanation: The inspector could get hurt.
Gate House Watch and Inspection Service
Answer: True
Explanation: To truly inspect the chimney you need to be able to see the top. Being on a roof while its raining or snowing is dangerous for the inspector.
Carolina Regional Inspection Services
Answer: True
Explanation: This can indicate any issues in leaking.
Middleton Home Inspection
Answer: False
Explanation: Good way to see if there is water infiltration!
Todd Professional Home Inspection Services, LLC
Answer: False
Explanation: This is a good time so you can see if it leaks.
Bruce Property Inspections
Answer: Not sure
Explanation: I have no idea.
PuroClean Mitigation/Restoration Services
Answer: False
Explanation: Chimneys can be inspected anytime during daylight.
KJ Wood Home Inspections
Answer: True
Explanation: Roof work is dangerous I during these times.
North East Home Inspection LLC
Answer: False
Explanation: A chimney is inspected during a home inspection for basic flaws
Renovation Consultants LLC.
Answer: True
Explanation: Shouldn't be on a roof when it's raining or snowing.
Air Care Institute, LLC
Answer: False
Explanation: Just like the mail. An inspector will inspect come rain, sleet or snow.
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