Chimney Waterproofing Middlebury CT
AN INVESTMENT IN LONG-TERM PROTECTION
Moisture from a variety of sources is always present in masonry and concrete. Sealers and silicone coatings form a water resistant surface film which traps water vapors inside. If these vapors cannot escape, they will contribute to spalling, scaling, deterioration, and freeze-thaw damage. ChimneySaver is 100% vapor permeable –a non film-forming water repellent that penetrates and lines masonry pores. It may cost a little extra, but isn’t your home worth it? If you agree, call Four Seasons Chimney & Roofing, LLC in Middlebury, CT.
ChimneySaver contains patented siloxanes small enough to penetrate most masonry pores up to ¼” or more. These special siloxanes form strong bonds with the silica in masonry and concrete. Because of this bonding process, one application of ChimneySaver provides up to ten times the water repellent protection of typical sealers while maintaining the masonry’s breathability. Your chimney will breathe easier, and so will you! Call Four Seasons Chimney & Roofing, LLC today.
HELP US HELP YOU
At Four Seasons Chimney & Roofing, LLC, we recommend ChimneySaver water repellent with complete confidence. We’ve used it for years and it delivers on its promises. No water repellent, however, is a substitute for good construction and workmanship. The first step in preventing water damage is to make necessary repairs to structural cracks, damaged crowns, flashings, deteriorated bricks, and mortar joints. Fortunately, we can handle that, too. Call today for a free quote!
Do I need to be home for the appointment?
Yes, chimney sweeps and full inspection of fireplace chimney, furnace flue, and dryer vents require interior home access. Most importantly, if something comes up during the inspection, your technician’s visual equipment will give you first-hand knowledge of what, where, when, why, and how to rectify the issue.
How often should I have my chimney cleaned?
The NFPA (National Fire Protection Association) code 211 says, “Chimneys, fireplaces, and vents shall be inspected at least once a year for soundness, freedom from deposits, and correct clearances. Cleaning, maintenance, and repairs shall be done if necessary.” Annual inspection with a fireplace chimney sweep as required. This is the National safety standard!
Why do I need to have my chimney cleaned?
Chimney sweeps are for integrity purposes, cleaning, and obstruction-free assurance. Creosote, also known as soot, is a natural byproduct of burning wood. As the smoke goes up your fireplace chimney, creosote clings to the inner walls of your chimney. Creosote is highly flammable and causes chimney fires.
Lifetime Warranty On Materials
5yr Warranty On Workmanship
Emergency Storm Work
Referral and New Customer Discounts