Specialists in tuck pointing, mortar repair and complete chimney restoration, New England Roofing & Home Repair chimney repair experts are equipped to skillfully rebuild masonry work that restores and protects your chimney from harsh weather conditions.
The chimney crown keeps water from the flue opening and protects the inside of your chimney from water damage and requires prompt repair of all crack or gaps. Schedule a chimney inspection from a licensed New England Roofing & Home Repair technician for preventative maintenance for chimney crown to ensure water or snow do not penetrate through to chimney components.
The mortar that keeps your firebox together may eventually crack and slowly fall apart. Schedule an evaluation with one of our experienced chimney sweeps for timely repair, or a quality replacement before a firebox problem turns into a hazard and a more expensive chimney repair.
Is it Important to Get my Chimney Inspected?
For safety and efficiency, New England Roofing & Home Repair recommends that your fireplace and chimney, as well as any other fuel burning heating system in your home or business undergo a certified inspection by an industry professional. Chimney problems are definitely not always visible to the naked eye. Concerns that range from chimney wildlife invasion, creosote buildup, masonry decay, and dangerous gas emissions from a chimney and particular hazards from a chimney that hasn’t been used in years are only some of the crucial reasons for scheduling a chimney inspection with a certified chimney sweep. Industry associations have established specific inspection standards for optimal chimney safety.
Contact New England Roofing & Home Repair to learn more about keeping your chimney and fireplace safe and efficient.