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When is Tuckpointing Necessary?

Of all the things that might go wrong with your chimney system, the worst might be masonry damage. When the masonry becomes damaged, the chimney can take on water from the top or sides. Water can destroy the chimney system from the inside out, leading to rusted and...

All the Benefits of a Chimney Cap

Of all the many parts that make up the chimney system, the chimney cap may be one of the most versatile and most important. Acting as a roof for the flue, the cap offers protection from the top down. Many old chimneys were not equipped with chimney caps and past...

What Can Cause Chimneys to Mold?

Mold is a fungi that grows and thrives in damp areas. It could grows inside homes due to leaks, condensation, high humidity, and lack of ventilation. Some areas you may find mold in your house is the laundry room, ventilation system, and other small, warm, and moist...

What is Tuckpointing?

Despite the master craftsman who might have constructed your chimney skillfully and according to code, there are various reasons it may need to be repaired. Masonry may be built to withstand time and abuse, but it lasts only with routine maintenance and vigilant...