Next time you have a chance, look your chimney over. If it appears that your masonry is cracked, crumbling, and starting to deteriorate, then you may be overdue for some repair work. The best way to truly know what state your fireplace and chimney is in is to call on the experienced and qualified team at Lou Curley’s Chimney Service for an inspection. It’s always recommended to schedule at least one inspection per year and, when you work with us you only get the best!Scheduling Chimney Repairs - Delaware County PA - Lou Curley's Chimney Service

Call Now, Before Fall Comes Back Around

If we inspect your system and notice that you need repair work done, we’ll advise you to get our sweeps on the job as soon as possible. This guarantees better results, as temperatures now are in the perfect range for curing the various materials we use to get most of this work done. Once things start to cool off, we may advise you to put off repair work until warmer days come back around again, delaying (sometimes, preventing) the start of your burning season.

Always remember – a damaged chimney or fireplace should not be used. Doing so can result in dangerous situations, such as gas leaks, house fires, and more, and it’s definitely not worth exposing your family to these risks. Waiting around for nicer weather may not be ideal, but neither is shelling out hundreds in repair work or medical bills, should something go awry throughout the fall and winter months ahead.

We tend to get busier and busier the closer we get to fall, so the time to call in our experts is right now! We’ll fit you in, no problem, and get any necessary work done in a jiffy, so you can rest easier this upcoming holiday season. Put your fireplace in the best hands possible by giving us a call right away.

What To Expect From Us

Are you all set to get your masonry patched up and ready to go? Great! Let us tell you what to expect from us. First of all, our repointing services will ensure your system is in tip-top shape and looking great again in no time. Repointing is the process of removing the old, damaged mortar and replacing it with a new mixture. It seems simple enough, but it takes time, dedication, and a lot of know-how to get the texture and color to match up perfectly with the old setup.

Our team will work hard to provide you with the long-lasting, seamless results you deserve. Once we’re all through, talk with us about our waterproofing services, so you don’t have to worry about further deterioration down the line. Too much exposure to water and excess moisture is one of the main reasons a chimney will start to crumble. Your brickwork is very absorbent, so sealing it with a protective coat is vital!

We use ChimneySaver which is vapor-permeable and strong enough to keep out water for the long haul. If you’re overdue for some chimney care, don’t wait any longer. Set up an appointment with us now.