- Waterproofing (water repellent application)
- Fireplace and Chimney Repair
- Tuck Pointing (mortar replacement)
- Crown Rebuilding and Repair
- Firebox Rebuilding and Repair
- Resolution of Ventilation (Drafting) Problems
- Pressure Washing
- Fireplace and Chimney Installation
- Fireplace and Chimney Rebuilding
Partial chimney rebuilds: small chimneys (no scaffolding) or only the top few courses of a large chimney (+ new crown).
Roof line up chimney rebuilds: Substantial mortar and/or brick deterioration has eliminated the possibility of a tuck pointing (tuckpointing) restoration. The structure is torn down to the flashing area near the roofline, and then the chimney rebuild commences (+ new crown).
Total chimney rebuilds: Complete tear down of the outer layer of the brick on a chimney (+ new crown). In most cases the firebox, hearth, and smoke chamber do not have to be removed (minor brick chimney repair is usually sufficient). Total chimney rebuilds are necessary when the chimney is leaning, has severe mortar deterioration or severe brick spalling has occurred from ground level up, etc.