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Chimney Repair Exeter

Complete Chimney Rebuilding & Repointing Services

You can come to us for chimney repairs in Exeter, as well as other professional roof repairs and leadwork. Services include everything from fitting chimney cowls to repointing corroded brickwork. If you’re suffering from damp, particularly across the chimney breast area, then the chimney is likely to be the culprit. What’s more, if left unaddressed, water can continue to do structural damage, particularly in the winter months. We’ll carry out a full inspection, provide a detailed, no-obligation quotation, and get the job done quickly.

Don’t delay, call us today to book in a free chimney check.

Repairing Chimney Leaks

Have you noticed a problem with the chimney? Perhaps visible damp or wear and tear has got you worried? We’re here to help with all your chimney troubles. There are some common issues you may be facing:

Repointing Your Chimney

Where the mortar has perished, our experts can carry out precision repointing. This helps to reseal the existing brickwork. Not only is this often enough to stop any leaks, but it improves the look and structural integrity of the chimney. We also reseal the brickwork for added water resistance.

Rebuilding Your Stack

If the bricks have become unstable or damaged and are no longer safe, then your chimney stack may need to be rebuilt. This will involve the careful removal and reconstruction of the stack using brand new materials and suitable mortar. All of which will be done quickly and affordably by our team.

Expert Chimney Repair Services At Great Prices

Our roofers are City & Guilds and NVQ qualified, fully insured and have been sorting unstable stacks since 1996! Your chimney is in safe hands with our professional, tidy team. What’s more, we boast some of the best prices around. But don’t take our word for it, take a look at what our customers have had to say.

Chimney Repair Reviews

Luke Bishop
Removed Old Chimney Flue
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“Really pleased with the work from Ben and his team so wouldn’t hesitate to recommend. They did a great job when they repaired some storm damage, removed an old flue and patched-up the leftover hole in the roof – thanks guys!”
Peter Kyrke-Smith
Identifying The Source of A Roof Leak
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“Ben responded to my HELP! phone call incredibly quickly, and was brilliantly helpful working out where a leak was coming from, really thorough and thoughtful and friendly. I wouldn’t hesitate for a single moment to use the company for any further roofing work, and would happily advise/recommend anyone to get in touch – BRILLIANT!”
Sarah Lucas
Great Prices & friendly Service
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“Very efficient, great communication, good price, friendly service. Could not be happier :)”
Eileen Salter
Friendly & Professional Roofers
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“Friendly and professional. Would happily recommend. Thank you!”

Chimney FAQs

Yes. Chimneys require general maintenance to prolong their lifespan and prevent structural issues from developing. You should keep an eye on the condition of masonry and covers, looking out for visible cracks and weathering. Waterproofing sealants should also be applied every 15-20 years. So, if your property is older, or you have no record of when it was last sealed, then you may want to give us a call.

Tell tale signs your chimney needs attention (that may even be visible from the ground) include:

  • Whites stains on brickwork
  • Missing or crumbling mortar
  • Cracked/flaking concrete
  • Rust (metal chimney crowns)
  • Debris falling into the fireplace
  • Damp on the chimney breast

Chimney stacks can be removed if they do not provide ventilation for any appliances and the fireplace is no longer used. The best time to remove a chimney is during a re-roof, where it can be taken down below the joists prior to the new roof being installed. Reasons people choose to remove them include maximising loft space for conversions, insulation, or when damage is severe.

However, you must consider:

  • Whether future buyers would see it as an advantage
  • If the price to repair/rebuild would be more cost-effective
  • If your property has adequate ventilation without it
  • That removing the stack doesn’t mean removing the breast

We can offer expert advice and help you determine if chimney stack removal is right and viable for you.

Chimney Repairs Stacking Up? Call Now for A Free Quote!

Don’t let crumbling mortar and brittle brickwork get you down. Instead, call us for quick, professional and affordable chimney repair in Exeter. Simply get in touch by phone, email or via our contact form, to grab some expert advice and your free no-obligation quotation.

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