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Correct Deficiencies with Smoke Chamber Repair

The transitional section of a chimney between the firebox and the flue is the smoke chamber. Usually, it resembles an upside down funnel in the middle connecting the two. The brickwork is stepped inward or corbelled then should be parged smooth. In the real world, many smoke chambers are un-parged with gaps and holes exposed which is a potential fire hazard. Many are jagged and irregular which create flow and performance issues. We have several methods with which to correct these deficiencies.

Visual Examples of our Smoke Chamber Repair Work
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Repairing a flue liner used to be almost impossible. However, due to some new techniques, doing this type of repair on a chimney system is now very possible.