Chimney housing and gutter before work was completed.
When the chimney siding was taken off a wooden structure remained and was not covered with house wrap
Here the chimney is being covered with the house wrap in order to seal out moisture
Inside the gutter ou can see it is angled at the end and is long
Shorter gutter edge
Housing was put back on and sealed
When waterspots appear inside your home it can be extremely frustrating to see. Not knowing exactly where the flow of watger may have originated can be even worse. Our experts can evaluate your home and will do all they can in order to assist waterflow to the proper channels. This chimney housing needed to be removed and wrapped with house wrap. New baby tins were added at the base to push water awa. It was then re-wrapped and caulked to seal. The gutter next to the area was trimmed on the inside to stop the water from pooling over in a concentrated quantity so close to the chimney in hopes the shorter gutter will allow water to flow towards the downspout.
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