We Use CrownSeal to Repair Chimney Crowns

We use CrownSeal to repair chimney crowns
The time is now for necessary maintenance that will protect your home and family this winter. For your car, you may buy snow tires. You may winterize the windows of your house. If you have a chimney, you should also have your system inspected to determine if there are any hazards or m
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Don’t Let A Leaky Chimney Ruin Your New Year!

Your chimney is built to last. When constructed properly, in accordance with residential standards and safety codes, your chimney should outlive your house. If your chimney has gone years without being serviced, inspected, or repaired, then you may have some issues that you aren’t eve
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Leaning Chimneys

You see it quite often, shifting in structures. Old homes may have a crack across a wall or ceiling, most often painted over and forgotten. Is this type of shift any different if it affects your chimney? A leaning chimney can mean a few things, but it may not be as dangerous as you th
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The Basics of Chimney and Masonry Repair

Spring is here! It’s also the time that homeowners and chimney professionals will discover chimney damage that might have gone unnoticed during burn season. It’s important to schedule a chimney inspection at the end of burn season. In addition, address any problems before closin
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Spring Cleaning and Chimney Repair

As you’re getting your To-Do list together this spring, don’t forget about your chimney. Just as you have periodic maintenance appointments for your cars, appliances, and even your health, you should schedule annual maintenance for your chimney. Spring is the best time for many reason
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What to Look for in Winter Masonry Damage

Indianapolis can experience harsh winters, including substantial amounts of snow. These heavy snows, sleet, and freezing temperatures can cause damage to your masonry. This is especially a concern if your chimney had a leak before winter weather. Masonry damage can become serious if w
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The Advantages of a Top Mount Damper Over a Throat Damper

According to the Chimney Safety Institute of America (CSIA), a damper is a crucial component of every chimney. Necessary for an energy-efficient home, the damper keeps the heat in and the cold air out of your house, which reduces your heating costs. Your damper is also used to control
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Chimney Liner Repairs: How Important Are They?

One of the most important parts of your fireplace and chimney system, chimney liners are required by most local fire safety codes and regulations. Whether you have a wood-burning, gas, or oil heating appliance, your chimney needs to be lined to work efficiently and safely. At The Mad
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Chimney Caps: Keeping Water and Animals Out of Your Chimney

One of the best tools to prevent water penetration of your chimney, a chimney cap keeps water from rain and melted snow out of your chimney flue. Not only does a chimney cap stop water from getting into your chimney, but it also prohibits birds and animals from entering your chimney t
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Why a Chase Cover Is Important

Why is a roof important on a house, besides, of course, the obvious? All joking aside, chase covers perform a similar function, closing your chimneys to intruders and weather. If either your roof or your chase cover fails to do that, the entire house is compromised and your loved ones
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