Chimney Repair –
- Oregon CCB # 193902
- 30 years in the trade
- Free estimates
Call: (503) 583-5077
Our chimney cleaning activities feed the repairs division of our business, and we want you to know this upfront. We also want you to know that we do not go into “high-pressure mode” when it comes to sales. We do not try to sell you services, repairs, or products that you do not need Chimney cleaning is our “foot in the door” because often times we see things that a chimney needs that the homeowner is not aware of. We then take pictures, present them, and explain the situation.
We value our relationships with our customers, and our customers have treated us very well over the years, and we are grateful for that.
Chimney torn down to a solid base, in preparation for rebuilding. A flexible stainless steel liner is inserted down the flue that services the oil-fueled furnace. The liner attaches to the exhaust pipe of the furnace.
Call the number above to talk to a real human that we employ! You can text us as well, and text us your chimney photos. Sending us photos can speed up the estimating process tremendously. Photos can also be emailed to: email@example.com
Dallas made our chimney look great for many years to come. Great work!! Professional, answered any questions we had. Will use them again in the future.
Cliff was responsive when I called, on time, friendly, and provided great service. Prices were great and seemed to do an A+ job. Absolutely recommend!!
My 100-year-old brick chimney had loose bricks and deteriorating mortar. Doug, Howard, and Cliff worked hard and did a fine restoration job for a fair price. They maintained a clean work site and were pleasant to have around. I am confident the chimney will look good and be stable for many years to come.
Chimney Repairs Prior To installing A Rain Cap
Is the chimney ready? Chimney caps need a good solid base to attach to so that they do not blow off (and potentially cause more damage.)Flue tiles on top These photos show a chimney with a flue tile extending out of the top of the chimney. The stainless steel rain cap...
Chimney Rain Caps – Their Styles, Their Construction and Quality.
Why Your Chimney Needs A Rain Cap Keeps rain and animals out / Keeps the fireplace damper from corroding / Specialty caps stop down drafts and keep driving rain and wind out / Protects the interior of the chimney from freeze damage / Smart preventative maintenanceThe...
The fireplace smoke guard – a simple, inexpensive solution!
If your open fireplace smokes, a fireplace smoke guard can be an easy solution to the problem. Note: there are many factors that can cause a fireplace to smoke, so it is important to find out EXACTLY what factor (or combination of factors) is causing the condition. We...
Gallery Of Styles – Chimney Rain Caps
Caps, All Kinds Of Caps! Stainless steel, copper, black mild steel, round, square and rectangular. Click on photos to enlarge.We have our custom-sized caps manufactured at Mongoose Metals, in Salem, Oregon. The caps are made on site, in America, by a great company...
The Monsoon Raincap – Guards Against Storms and Downdrafts!
Nothing is getting through this cap! No, it's not a robot head from A low-budget sci-fi movie from the 1950s. It is not a hair dryer from a beauty shop in the 1950s either. THIS IS THE MONSOON CAP!Straight out of Area 51 This space-age chimney raincap did not require...
Upgrading/Repairing The Smoke Chamber Of Your Fireplace
HeatShield Chamber Coat HeatShield Chamber Coat is an insulating, high-temperature refractory mortar, developed specifically for parging smoke chamber walls. When properly applied, it will restore the integrity of your fireplace. This product will insulate, seal gaps,...
Chimney liners – Terra Cotta, Stainless Steel
Chimney Liners - Chimney Fires Terra cotta, pumice, stainless steel; learn about these extra layers of protection.Chimney flue liners were an upgrade... For hundreds of years chimneys were built without liners. The masons would coat the inside of the chimney flue with...
Tuck-point/Chimney mortar joint repair.
Mortar joint damage from freeze-thaw cycles.More on tuckpointing It’s another beautiful day in Oregon and today we re-pointed another chimney. As you can see in the photo below, numerous places on chimney have mortar joints that are cracked or rotted away; there are...
Chimney Flashing – What does it do, what to look for.
Chimney Flashing Chimney flashing consists of 2 types of flashing Chimney flashing comes in 2 styles and a few different types of material that the flashing is made from. (503) 583-5077Chimney flashing keeps water from running down the chimney and penetrating into the...
Applying Tamoseal to a crown and Tuck pointing a chimney
Tamoseal - Waterproofs And Preserves The Chimney Crown TAMOSEAL is a cement-based, polymer-modified material designed to waterproof concrete and masonry. When you should have Tamoseal applied If the chimney crown is still bonded well to the brick below, you should...