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CHIMNEYS & FIREPLACES

With regular exposure to rain, wind, snow, and severe temperatures your chimney is one of the more vulnerable places on the exterior of your home.

The bricks and mortar on a chimney will often deteriorate before any other part of your home. An unstable chimney can pose a very serious safety risk to your family.

It’s best to try and address any repairs to your chimney as soon as you have recognized a problem.

Chimneys should last 50 years or more if correctly maintained and properly equipped.

This includes regular cleaning of fireplace flues and ensuring that furnace flues are appropriately lined , but equally important is keeping the masonry of the chimney in good order.

This is where we come in – many chimneys need tuckpointing or other masonry repairs over the years since it is a free standing structure which is directly exposed

Common chimney repairs include tuck pointing, replacing/installing chimney caps, flue tile replacement, animal guard installation, and completely rebuilding the chimney. All chimney repairs are done in compliance with current building and safety codes

All chimney repairs are done in compliance with current building and safety codes

If the bricks are chipped, you might also need brick restoration.

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