Chimney Repairs – Chimney Repair Services in CT – Fireplace Repair
Look for our brightly-marked company vehicles as they travel on their way to provide chimney sweep services like chimney masonry work, flashing repair, chimney liners, chimney crown rebuilding, and chimney restoration in West Hartford, Manchester, Avon, Colchester, Tolland, East Hampton, Chesire, Southington, and Glastonbury.
Since the chimney liner is one of the most important components of the whole chimney system, it’s extremely important to have a properly functioning chimney liner in good condition. During an annual inspection, our certified chimney sweeps will analyze the condition of your liner and identify any areas of vulnerability. If there are any cracks, blockages, or deterioration, we offer chimney relining services.
Connecticut homes and chimneys are subject to harsh weather conditions during the course of the year that can wear down the integrity of a chimney’s masonry materials. In order to prolong the useful life of your chimney, our certified chimney sweeps can apply a water repellant coating to keep moisture from entering vulnerable masonry.
If your chimney flashing is loose or missing, water can seep into the roof, chimney structure, or attic, causing wood rot, mold, and drywall damage. Moisture damage is extremely expensive to deal with after the fact, so it’s imperative to take preventative measures to avoid complications from extensive water damage. Contact our chimney experts to find out more about our flashing repair services.
The chimney crown acts as a roof to your chimney structure, protecting the flue and top of the chimney from weather-related deterioration or damage. If your chimney crown contains cracks or openings, water can seep into the internal chimney system causing a great deal of damage. Our chimney technicians are able to both seal or rebuild the crown of your chimney to ensure that water remains out of your chimney system & flue.
After years of use, a firebox may begin to degrade or deteriorate. Refractory mortar may begin to fall out or the firebricks may begin to crumble. If your firebox is showing signs of cracks, missing mortar, or other deterioration, it’s time to repair or rebuild your firebox.
Our professional chimney crew also performs a number of masonry repair & restoration work on all styles & sizes of chimneys. We specialize in tuckpointing or mortar repointing, chimney crown repair, chimney rebuilding, firebox repair & replacement, and even chimney restoration.
Tom cleaned the fireplace flue and inspected the liner for ...
We have had 2 liners put in our flues along with the crown ...
Project: Rebuild top half of a 3 flue chimney