This Fishers homeowner was actually a referral from our Bone Dry Repair team. They noticed that the customer's chase lid was in pretty bad condition and possibly needed some tuck-pointing as well. Bone Dry Masonry went out to inspect the situation, and determin the repairs needed that were outlined in a detailed estimate and report. Our team went out and replaced the old chase lid with a new stainless steel chase lid and finished with additional tuck-pointing. The customer is able to enjoy the view at the top of the well built chimney!
This homeowner contacted Bone Dry Masonry due to a crack above the garage panel. Masonry Specialist Nathan Traylor went out and inspected the area for the customer. He suggested to remove the bricks around the panel and the shoulders of the arch, along with inspecting the wood to make sure no further damage was done. After inspecting the wood to install house wrap, wall ties, ice and water shield, and then relay existing bricks. Homeowners are happy knowing that the wood was not damaged and that the arch has return to its natural beauty.
This homeowner called in stating that the chimney facing was starting to flake off and not look so pretty. Bone Dry Masonry went out and inspected the chimney, giving our customer options in an estimate on possible repairs for those flaking bricks. In addition to reconstructing the brick, we installed a new cover and chimney cap. The homeowner is now relaxing knowing that his chimney has it's beauty back!
Customer noticed the brick spalling, breaking apart, and coming off of his chimney from both above the roofline and at the shoulder area. Our expert inspector determined that the chimney was in such poor condition that the only proper fix was to rebuild it and install a set of limestone pieces to the shoulder area, as well as put in a concrete top to shed water away from the masonry. The homeowner approved the report and we professionaly completed the job. The customer is able to enjoy the look of his new and protected chimney.
Our customer had a masonry chimney that was failing in multiple places and needed options to affordably fix the problem. We offered a solution and an estimate, using a flexible liner to connect the furnace to the water heater & remove the portion of masonry above the roofline in order to install a vent stack. This repair and install resolved the customer's issue and reduced their liability for leaks and damage in the future.
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