Chimney Building and Repair:
Here at Harvard Masonry & Construction, we are privileged to offer a wide range of chimney building and repair services. We offer comprehensive, affordable, reliable chimney building and repair services. This task is completed by experts in the industry. We offer comprehensive chimney building and repair services including:-
- Chimney Maintenance & repair
- Chimney Teardowns & Rebuilds
- Chimney Crown & Chase Covers
- Chimney Flashing
- Chimney Caps
- Chimney Dampers
- Chimney Liners
- Chimney Masonry
- Chimney Leak Repair
- Chimney Repointing
- Chimney Waterproofing
- Structural Chimney Repairs
- Relining Chimneys
- Chimney Crack Repairs
- Chimney Tuckpointing & Mortar Repairs
- Chimney Flue & Vent Upgrades
So, if you’re looking for a reliable source for Chimney Building & Repair call us today at (617) 309-7258 to get a free estimate for your Chimney Building & Repair solution.
Chimney Inspection Services:-
Harvard Masonry & Construction provides chimney inspection services to detect chimney issues that require repairs. If the chimney is not inspected properly it will eliminate Carbon Monoxide, poison, and fires. Our experts ensure chimney safety by examining cracks, obstructions, moisture, and liner issues on a chimney. If we identify chimney issues in the initial stages it will prevent us from costly /unnecessary repairs in the future. We have skilled professionals having the right tools, equipment, and knowledge to perform inspection tasks successfully. We tend to deliver service estimates by the next business day.
For more details, you can contact us on a call or email us.
Chimney Damper Services:-
A chimney damper is usually a flap /door controlled manually by the user. It helps regulate the flow of air. A chimney damper bestows prevention against cold air entrance and warm air escaping. It operates as an interior lid for the chimney. With time, various types of dampers came on the market but they are all designed to perform the same task.
Types of Chimney Dampers:-
- Throat Dampers
- Chimney Cap Dampers
- Inlet Dampers
- Stovepipe Dampers
- Inflatable Damper Seals
Chimney Dampers are usually made of cast iron or stainless steel, cast aluminum, and ceramic materials. To completely block the chimney, dampers usually have silicon edges at the edge. We at Harvard Masonry & Construction ensure quality chimney damper services. We utilize quality materials for the life longevity of the chimney. Our professionals have the right tools, materials, and knowledge to perform chimney services correctly.
Chimney Cap Services
Capping a chimney is supportive of maintaining and protecting the value of a residential property. Professionals suggest replacing the chimney cap when it begins to rust /corrode. The chimney cap mostly gets corroded and weakened due to the continuous exposure to moisture, creosote, and other contaminants. A chimney cap is protection against weather severity. It helps stop rain, snow, dirt, and animals from the house entrances. We are highly skilled professionals providing Chimney Cap services successfully. We are serving in this field for the last three decades. Our affordable pricing stands us out in the market compared with competitors.
Chimney Liner Services:-
Chimney Liner is a channel that exists smoke and gases from the house. It is installed inside the chimney and has a separate component in the chimney. It is suggested that the chimney inside must be covered with a non-combustible lining. This lining can ventilate the toxic hot gases /particles produced by the fireplace, stove, and furnace. A chimney liner is mostly made of stainless steel, casted masonry material, clay tiles, and aluminum.
It is recommended that the chimney must be free of any cracks, holes, and deterioration. This is supportive in running the system safely /efficiently. Our experts inspect chimneys very closely through the right tools. Spending money on a chimney liner may not sound appealing but it is important in optimizing the safety of your fireplace /home. Some of the reasons why need to invest in a chimney liner are stated below:-
- Repair faulty or damaged flue tiles
- Reduce large flue passageways compared to the amount of BTUs the fireplace is putting out
- Cover holes in the flue passageway
- Prevent scaling on the flue passageway tiles
- You want a high-efficiency or condensing furnace
- You have no liner in the chimney