You may be housing these....

Liners

A flue lining in a masonry chimney is defined as "A clay, ceramic, or metal conduit installed inside of a chimney, intended to contain the combustion products, direct them to the outside atmosphere, and protect the chimney walls from heat and corrosion." Although building codes vary from one state or locality to another, the installation of flue lining has been recommended since the early part of this century, and indeed most fire codes now mandate liners. - See more at: http://www.csia.org/homeowner-resources/about_chimney_liners.aspx#sthash.VRsfyRZa.dpuf
A flue lining in a masonry chimney is defined as "A clay, ceramic, or metal conduit installed inside of a chimney, intended to contain the combustion products, direct them to the outside atmosphere, and protect the chimney walls from heat and corrosion." - See more at: http://www.csia.org/homeowner-resources/about_chimney_liners.aspx#sthash.VRsfyRZa.dpuf

A flue lining in a chimney is a clay, ceramic or metal conduit installed inside of a chimney. It is intended to contain the combustion products, direct them to the outside atmosphere and protect the chimney walls from heat and corrosion. Flue gases are acidic in nature and eat away the mortar joints in a chimney. As mortar joints erode, heat transfers more rapidly to the nearby combustibles and dangerous gases, such as carbon monoxide, can leak into the living areas of your home.

The flue gases are acidic in nature and literally eat away at the mortar joints from inside the chimney. As the mortar joints erode, heat transfers more rapidly to the nearby combustibles and dangerous gases such as carbon monoxide can leak into the living areas of the home. - See more at: http://www.csia.org/homeowner-resources/about_chimney_liners.aspx#sthash.VRsfyRZa.dpuf





A flue lining in a masonry chimney is defined as "A clay, ceramic, or metal conduit installed inside of a chimney, intended to contain the combustion products, direct them to the outside atmosphere, and protect the chimney walls from heat and corrosion." Although building codes vary from one state or locality to another, the installation of flue lining has been recommended since the early part of this century, and indeed most fire codes now mandate liners. - See more at: http://www.csia.org/homeowner-resources/about_chimney_liners.aspx#sthash.VRsfyRZa.dpuf

tuckpointing

Repointing deteriorated mortar joints is one of the most effective and permanent ways of decreasing water entry into brickwork. This is because the most common means of water entry into a brick masonry wall is through debonded, cracked or deteriorated mortar joints. This applies to brick homes, chimneys and steps. Conditions which may require repointing include: (1) mortar erosion more than 6 mm, (2) crumbling mortar, (3) hairline cracks in the mortar, and (4) cracks between the brick and mortar.

Inspections & cleans

We do yearly maintenance programs for customers who have us clean their chimney and fireplace yearly. Maintenance includes caulking of flashing, chimney and fireplace clean, cleaning of the clean out, and a full inspection of the chimney and fire place.

REBUILDS

Rebuilds start from the roof line up. In some cases, from the ground up. We specialize in removing the faulty chimney and replacing with a brand new chimney to match the old one. We also match mortar color to match existing structure. We also have many years in the business and can build to your liking,


REPAIR

All repairs are done to meet all structural codes and done to perfection. We always match the mortar color to the existing brick mortar. All chimney repairs come with a full inspection of chimney,fireplaces,hot water tank flues, furnace flues, boiler flues, ect..  We are always responsible for clean up of all job debris, and hauling of all job debris.

Your Home is

 Our Priority

A chimney without a cap is like a house without a roof. Reasons to have a chimney cap.....

-Keep out rain, snow and sleet

-Keep out animals and birds

-Keep out leaves, twigs and other debris which could lead to a blockage or chimney fire

-Keep sparks from leaving the chimney and igniting nearby combustibles

-Help eliminate wind induced downdrifts

If you don't have one, GET ONE!

Caps

If you don't have one of these....

216-322-3554