Are you having water problems near your chimney? Have you had roofing companies out who didn’t fix the problem? Masonry chimneys absorb water like a sponge. Once they have reached their maximum capacity, water will leak into the interior of the home. The picture above was taken several hours after it had stopped raining. In the picture, you can see the in area that are still wet there is moss growing. If your chimney is holding enough water to support plant life, it’s a problem. The simplest and cheapest fix for something like this would be the application of a commercial grade water repellent. If you have moss on your chimney, or have a water problem near the chimney call to schedule a chimney inspection.
Lou Curley's Chimney Service
4012 State Road
Drexel Hill, PA 19026
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Lou was responsive, on time, knowledgeable and very professional. He provided us with a lot of information, including informational brochures, and ...
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Lou is a great guy and very responsive. I have referred him to many of my customers and he has always been fair, honest and prompt. I would not hes...
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I called Lou Curley's Chimney Service to have them look at an older chimney that I thought needed to be repaired and I thought it would be expensiv...