With the sort of weather we have been having it might be time to have your chimney inspected for water damage inside and outside of your chimney. If a cap has been removed there could be moisture buildup inside your fireplace. Debris from leaves and animals may also start to negatively affect your fireplace. Spring is just around the corner and now is a great time to have your chimney and fireplace cleaned and inspected by a professional. A professional will be able to assess what your needs may be to repair any damage and get your fireplace ready before the next fall and winter season hit again. We offer a variety of services that will ensure that your fireplace is working properly and will keep your family safe. A proper cleaning is always the best route to go to begin. It is imperative that you have any debris or creosote buildup removed. Creosote is highly flammable and must be removed to prevent any fires from igniting in your fireplace. Next you’ll want to have a professional come out and waterproof and make any necessary repairs. This would include repairing leaky flashing to tuck-pointing and masonry repair to relining the flue and chimney. During an inspection if there is water damage this can also be fixed. This situation can easily be remedied by reconstructing the back walls of the fireplace and returning them to their original pristine condition. We at TJ’s Chimney Service, offer a whole range of services that will help repair your fireplace to its original condition. Some of our repair services include, waterproofing/repair and restoration, rebuilding fireplaces, rebuilding crowns, install chimney caps, and replace chase tops. Whatever your repair needs may be we are always happy to help! If you are unsure of what repairs you may need done we would be happy to talk with you! Give us a call 317-462-4759.