We were having a leakage issue in our basement that was due to moisture in our chimney. The frigid Chicago weather has caused quite a havoc this winter. Lindemann was able to diagnose the problem and ... - Steve M. (Chicago, IL)
My experience with Lindemann was excellent. They came out and did what no one else could. Mine was a smoke issue. After having a fire the entire house would smell of smoke. I could have hung pork bell... - Frank F. (Mount Prospect, IL)
These guys are great! We had our chimney inspected/cleaned by Jim who was extremely knowledgeable and super nice! Definitely recommend these guys! And free wood with the chimney cleaning! Super! ... - Steve S. (Chicago, IL)
A leaky chimney is a common complaint we hear at Lindemann Chimney Service. When we inspect a home plagued with chimney leaks, our first area of suspicion is the chimney crown. The chimney crown is often the main source of water penetration through the chimney. Typically constructed of cement, the crown is prone to experiencing cracking over time. This is due to a number of factors including expansion and contraction during freeze/thaw cycles, settlement and poor construction. In fact, many chimney crowns are built poorly from the start.
The best answer to a leaky chimney is the industry’s leading chimney sealant – CrownCoat.
Leaky chimneys are no laughing matter. If left unaddressed, small minor leaks into the home can lead to larger, more costly repairs including bigger crack formation and further tuckpointing needs. Continual water penetration can even lead to structural integrity issues. CrownCoat addresses these problems by filling existing cracks with a weathertight seal. Its unique formula prevents further water penetration and absorption. CrownCoat offers the long-lasting waterproof membrane damaged chimney crowns need.
Advantages of CrownCoat
There are many benefits to addressing your leaky chimney problems with a CrownCoat application including:
It is important to never attempt to seal a leaky crown using paint or a non-vapor permeable sealer. Doing so can trap moisture inside the chimney leading to accelerated deterioration within the flue.
If your home is experiencing leaky chimney issues due to a faulty crown, you may want to consider a CrownCoat application. At Lindemann Chimney Service, we assist our customers in addressing their leaky chimney issues with water sealing services. We can help protect your chimney from further water damage with our expert CrownCoat application services. Call us today at 847.739.4199 to schedule your chimney service or repair.