Do you know that piece of metal that seals the area where your roof and chimney meet? That is the chimney flashing, and it serves a very important purpose. If your flashing is damaged, missing, or rusted, then it is time to invest in professional care. Our experienced team can help you out! Count on Chimspector Venting Specialists today.
Have you ever experienced leaks or water damage in your home? From cracked masonry to water stains, water and excess moisture quickly takes a toll on your fireplace, roof, and home. This is a frustrating issue, especially if it occurs time and time again. Fortunately, there are ways to put an end to it all.
Water damage-related repair work can be time-consuming, costly, and stressful, so taking affordable preventative measures is a smart investment. This is where flashing comes in.
The area where your roof and chimney meet is especially vulnerable because the two materials expand and contract at different rates. Because of this, flashing needs to be installed to create a cover for your home. It protects the area, so that water cannot enter through any gaps or openings, and it sends rain, sleet, and snow down your roof and away from your home, so you don’t need to worry about a thing.
Dealing With Damaged Flashing
There are a number of things that can affect your flashing’s durability or effectiveness. Improper installation is the biggest culprit. If you worked with an inexperienced or uneducated crew in the past, then they may have not done a great job. This could easily cause leaks to remain a big problem, and it is a big reason why you should always trust in CSIA certified sweeps for any chimney-related needs.
Other causes range from bad weather to animal tampering to rust, but no matter what the issue is our team of experts can help you out. We will take a good look at your flashing, figure out the issue, then repair or replace it as necessary. In no time, you will be fixed up right and water-related problems will be a thing of the past.
Invest In Annual Inspections
When it comes to avoiding flashing issues or water damage altogether, the best thing you can do is in invest in annual inspection with our qualified crew. The CSIA recommends scheduling yearly maintenance to ensure your system stays running as safely and as efficiently as possible, and we are excited to help you out with it all.
So, why wait? Get in touch with our team, so you don’t have to worry about a thing when you light up your next fire. Call now to set up your appointment.