Indianapolis IN Chimney Repairs | Chimney Rebuilding Indy
Chimney Solutions serves homeowners in Indianapolis, Carmel, Fishers, Lawrence, Brownsburg, Northfield, Avon, McCordsville, Westfield, Zionsville and Noblesville.
Chimney Repair and Rebuilding in Indianapolis and Surrounding Locales
Chimney Solutions of Indianapolis is staffed by specialists in the repair and construction of fireplaces and chimneys. When we undertake any project, our focus is on three outcomes:
1. Total homeowner satisfaction
2. Ultimate safety
3. Highest quality workmanship
Call us for new chimney construction, fireplace installation or repairs on all elements of your heating and venting system. Whether the job calls for mortar joint tuck-pointing, chimney refacing, the complete construction of a fine Herringbone firebox, or anything else, count on the experienced professionals at Chimney Solutions of Indianapolis to get it done right the first time.
Masonry repair is tricky, and these projects should only be managed by workers with specific technical skills. Our crews are not only experts in masonry work but also in complex venting systems and federal, state and local regulations that govern how fireplaces are to be operated. Years of field experience combined with extensive classroom training develop the kind of people you want working on your home.
When it’s time to launch a masonry project, we understand that this can be inconvenient to you and your family. You can be assured that for every masonry job, we schedule our crews in a way that creates as little disruption as possible and gets the work done in a timely manner.
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Over time, chimneys will deteriorate. It’s a slow process, and often the damage begins subtly, on the inside of the chimney, where eyes usually don’t see. Inspection followed by necessary rebuilding work will give you a chimney structure that you can trust to last and operate as it is supposed to.
Your chimney lining is the solid wall of defense between combustion byproducts and the bricks and mortar of the chimney. For safe operation of your fireplace, the chimney liner must be free of signs of deterioration such as cracking and splitting. We can repair a chimney liner or install a new one.
Serious damage to a chimney – and the surrounding area of the home – can happen when the mortar holding the bricks in place deteriorates past a certain point. Tuckpointing is the process of scraping and chipping away the old, weakened mortar and replacing with new mortar, similar to how a dentist fills a cavity. The result is a strong and safe new chimney.
Chimney crown repair/replacement:
If a chimney crown is cracked or otherwise vulnerable, the chimney and the home itself can be exposed to too much moisture from outside. Chimney Solutions crews throughout the Indy region can rebuild a crumbling chimney cap or replace it with one that will serve you well for many years.
A firebox has the important job of preventing excess heat from getting to surrounding parts of the home that easily could combust. Our team can repair bricks that are cracked or mortar joints that are deteriorating. For rebuild projects, we use new fire bricks and refractory mortar made to withstand very high temperatures. We can even create a lovely Herringbone pattern when rebuilding your firebox.
This technique has been around since ancient times and is ideal when addressing certain chimney issues. The name parging refers to the process of using a material similar to stucco to protect masonry surfaces. Parging allows smoke and gasses to be efficiently drafted up through the chimney. In cases where tuckpointing isn’t recommended due to excessive mortar deterioration, parging can be quite useful.
If your chimney needs attention, call the pros at Chimney Solutions. We’ll send a certified technician to your home to assess the situation and make recommendations on the best way to solve the problem. Call us today at 317-757-6979.
Call Chimney Solutions for service in Indianapolis, Carmel, Fishers, Lawrence, Brownsburg, Northfield, Avon, McCordsville, Westfield, Zionsville and Noblesville.