Are you doing everything you can to make sure your chimney and appliance stay in peak condition to serve you for another year? We can help you identify the signs of a struggling chimney so you’re able to contact the experts and have repairs done as soon as possible, minimizing potential damage to your home, chimney and fireplace! Think your chimney may be trying to tell you something? Let’s find out!
Fishers Chimney Repair Tips
Here in Indiana, chimney repair tips are essential to follow, because of the different climates experienced throughout the year. Staying consistent with annual inspections and sweeps is one of the most important aspects of caring for your home. Aside from having your home’s chimney on a consistent maintenance schedule, there are some other things you can do to help prolong the life of your chimney! Knowing the signs of a chimney in need of repair can help you resolve any unexpected issues and protect your chimney from any further damage. Be on the lookout for rust and water staining, as these are signs of excess water and could lead to potential water damage in your home if it goes unaddressed. Some other signs of a failing chimney is excessive smoke, spalling brick, damaged crown, or a buildup of creosote. Notice any of these signs on your chimney? Keep reading to learn about our professional repair services!
Chimney Repair Services
If you live in the Fishers area, let the experienced and certified professionals at Chimney Solutions keep your chimney system in tip-top shape. Whether your chimney is modern or historic, we have the skills, the knowledge, and the materials to provide you with top-notch, long-lasting results.
Some of the chimney and fireplace repairs we specialize in include the following: smoke chamber, firebox, chimney crown, masonry, chimney restoration, and tuck pointing. If time or weather has had its way with your chimney system. We bring superior service to every job, guaranteed. Call us at 317-757-6979 or click here to schedule an appointment!
Not sure if your chimney is due for a sweep? Check out last month’s article to find out more!