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Crews Signed Up For Masonry Training Coming Up Soon!

Crews are heading in March to Ohio to Masonry Training! Stay tuned for updates!

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Crews Signed Up For Rip and Replace Training!

Crews are heading to Pennsylvania for a Rip and Replace training at the end of the month! The quality of our services is top priority and staying up to date with the most current and innovative methods of working with…

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Crews Rebuilt a Small but Might and Strong Crown

Crews tore down and rebuilt another crown. Small, but might and strong with fiberglass reinforced crack resistant concrete and rebar.     

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Crews Installed New Custom Fit Stainless Steel Chase Cover

Crews installed a new custom fit Stainless Steel chase cover that was previously galvanized metal and had rusted through. If your chase cover is showing signs of rust, call us today for a free estimate to get a new one…

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Concrete Rebar Reinforced Crown

Crews rebuilt a new rebar reinforced concrete crown with a drip edge to allow the water to run off the chimney rather than down the sides. This will prevent the need for future masonry work. Sealed expansion was given to…

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Complete Chimney Rebuild 3

This chimney is in need of a complete rebuild inside and out. Notice in the picture that there are slightly protruding mortar joints and some mortars have completely fallen out. When this happens, heat and smoke get behind the flue…

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Third Degree Glazing

Upon inspection as shown in the picture below, crews noted a third degree glazing inside the chimney. Third degree glazing is the result of a chimney fire. The combination of moisture and soot from the chimney fire, created a glass…

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Chimney Crown in Need of a Rebuild

This chimney crown is in need of a tear down and rebuild with 5000psi/sand mix with a 1.5″ drip edge reinforced with remesh to allow water to run off your chimney rather than running down the face of the chimney.

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