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Chimney Masonry Repairs

In “The Three Little Pigs,” the smart, practical pig builds with brick — and maybe the story isn’t exactly aimed specifically at underlining the durability of brick and mortar as a building material, but it’s a reminder just the same. That said, even masonry that’s built to exacting standards will experience the need for repairs after time and the elements take their toll. To ensure that your masonry chimney continues to provide your family with safe and efficient fires, it’s important to have the necessary repairs conducted by experienced, certified professionals who know the ins and outs of working with masonry.

Blue Ridge Chimney Services has a master mason and an experienced team of trained masonry technicians, so we can handle any masonry repair, from tuckpointing work to a full chimney rebuild.

A Few Of The Masonry Repair Jobs Blue Ridge Chimney Services Commonly Handles

Chimney Rebuilds & Renovations
When significant problems arise within your chimney system, you may need to have your chimney completely rebuilt. Blue Ridge Chimney Services repairs, installs and rebuilds durable masonry chimneys in the Shenandoah Valley every day. If it’s possible to renovate, rather than rebuild, our master mason and team will help bring your chimney back to looking and functioning at its best.

Fireplace Rebuilds & Renovations
Our master mason and masonry team regularly rebuild and renovate masonry fireplaces, in a variety of designs and styles, from classic to more modern. We use a variety of materials, like brick, stone and tile, and can customize your fireplace to your exact needs and desires. Tell us what your vision is, and we’ll work to make it a reality.

New Fireplace Construction
If you’re looking to have a brand new masonry fireplace added to your home in the Shenandoah Valley, our team would love to help. We’ll go over your space, your heating needs and the types of fireplaces you love, and come up with a fireplace design that meets all of your requirements and is built to last.

Firebox
Since the firebox is in closest proximity to the actual fire, it bears the brunt of serious heat, which can take its toll. At Blue Ridge Chimney Services, we can repair your firebox, or if needed, rebuild it, for optimal safety and efficiency.

Chimney Crown Resurfacing
Cracked chimney crowns are a common source of leaks. At Blue Ridge Chimney Services, we have the tools and skills to properly repair your chimney crown and can even apply a waterproofing sealant that will help extend its service life.

Tuckpointing
Tuckpointing is a process that involves the removal of damaged mortar joints (and brick if necessary) and the application of new, durable mortar. Tuckpointing is detailed, exacting work and should be conducted by a professional, in order to guarantee that your structure remains aesthetically pleasing and structurally sound. Our master mason and experienced masonry technicians ensure that Blue Ridge Chimney Services’ tuckpointing work is done to the highest standards.

For any and all masonry repair needs, call Blue Ridge Chimney Services at 540-217-2030 or click here to schedule an appointment online, and make an appointment with our experienced masonry technicians!

 

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Testimonials

"I thank you all for a most excellent job well done. An amazing display of work ethic and good attitude that I have come across in a long time. Chris, Steve and Josh slogged doggedly through what turned out to be the job from hell without so much of a complaint, at least in my presence. In their own company they would have been right to commiserate about the terrible challenges this job entailed. There was nothing routine anywhere here on this install. Cindy and I are very grateful for the quality of both the work and the character of your crew.

I apologize to Chris to have been sleeping in my chair as he wrapped up at about 2 a.m. or so Wednesday morning and pulled out, I did not get the opportunity to thank him and Steve personally. Please pass this on to them and hopefully it will at least make up for some of that missed final thank you. I will look forward to my annual chimney service from now on instead of dreading it. Kudos, Tom and Cindy L. It was refreshing to find that this level of quality still exists in the young adults of today."

~ Anonymous, Boyce, VA

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