Leaking Chimney Repair

Let's Keep the Water Out

Exposure to harsh elements and temperature changes may create chimney leaks over time. The trained and certified professionals at Anderson's Chimney & Masonry Services can provide the necessary repairs. Our cost-effective solutions help you restore the safety of your home. 

Importance of Fixing Chimney Leaks

A drop of water here and there can accumulate and have a significant impact. Scheduling chimney leak repair can provide you with the following benefits:

  • Protection against water damage: A repair can prevent rainwater from entering where your chimney meets the roofline, protecting the system's foundation and your home's walls from moisture damage.
  • Mold prevention: Fixing a leaky chimney helps prevent unwanted mold growth and preserve your home's air quality — and the health of its occupants.
  • Removal of toxins: A properly operating vent allows smoke to billow out properly to keep chemicals like carbon monoxide and other gases out of your home.
  • Odor elimination: Creosote buildup or unwanted growth can cause odors in your living spaces. Maintaining your chimney's integrity helps prevent this. 

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Our Chimney Leak Repair Services

Different kinds of chimney leaks have various causes and effects. At Anderson's Chimney & Masonry Services, we offer solutions for the following conditions:

  • Weak flashing: A fix with a sealant called FlashSeal along worn, corroded or improperly installed flashing can stop leaks along the chimney and roofline.
  • Brick and stone: The repair with a water-based repellent called ChimneySaver can protect the masonry from destructive water penetration to maintain a crack-free surface.
  • Missing chimney cap: A stainless steel cap can block rain, snow, debris and pests from entering your chimney.
  • Cracked chimney crowns: The addition of a new masonry crown and thermal-stress-resistant protective coating can prevent cracks at the top of your chimney.
  • Rusted or damaged chase covers: Prefab systems can be prone to rust and pitting. We'll replace your chase cover to restore your chimney.
  • Cracked and missing mortar joints: We repair leaks in masonry chimneys by grinding out mortar joints, rinsing the area, and then repointing the brick or rebuilding loose pieces.
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Schedule Your Chimney Leak Repair

Some signs of a leaky chimney include discoloration, dripping into your fireplace when it rains, rust on the fireplace doors or grates, bubbling paint or wet spots on your drywall, or water in the firebox. If you observe any of these conditions, it's important to have a professional inspect your system. An experienced and knowledgeable fireplace technician can assess the cause of the leak and move forward with the proper plan to correct it.

To schedule an inspection or repair, reach out to us today!

National Standards

As certified sweeps, we are held to national standards of the NFPA. NFPA 211 for wood burning, NFPA 54 for gas appliances and NFPA 31 for oil appliances. All of our work is always conducted professionally and in compliance with these and any other local government codes that apply. Our professional opinions will be based on our experience and education.

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