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Brick Chimney and Fireplace Repairs

How to repair brick chimney

But, it isn’t just the walls of a house that use bricks to help with support. Other parts of structures will use them too such as the chimney and the fireplaces.

Though this happens more on old fashioned houses than on new ones, we are lucky enough in Fort Worth to have enough history to mean that this is a viable service to offer. In fact, as a metropolitan city, we have all manner of buildings to work on.

Therefore, here at Fort Worth Brick Repair services in Texas, we are a versatile company with a dynamic heart.

Chimneys and fireplaces are perhaps more likely to experience damage than other parts of your house. This is because they are at risk of fire damage but also because they are the home to smoke damage on a regular basis.

Quick side note: if you want to remove smoke damage from hard surfaces then the best place to go is a sandblasting company. However, if it is the brickwork that needs repairing or the damage is significant enough to warrant brick replacement, then we are the contractors to get in contact with.

Have you wondered how to repair brick wall that has shifted? The principle is the same as with most kinds of brickwork. Firstly we check the mortar and make sure that it is not about to crumble.

Often, jobs can be done right here - with some mortar repair. We chip away at the mortar between the bricks and then we replace it with a brand new solution that is much stronger and newer. Afterwards, the brick structure should remain strong for a long time to come.

As we said, often, this is the a viable option, but every now and then, we run into problems that need a little bit more thinking about.

The Brick Doctors

First things first - we need to check that there aren’t any nests in your chimney. We know you might not think there are, but birds love to set up shop on the roof and we need to check before work can get done that we aren’t destroying a habitat at the same time.

Don’t worry, if we find anything, we will just move it to a more suitable location.

But, aside from standard brick decay, what are the things that can cause fireplace and chimney damage?

Well, for a start, we have to battle with water infiltration. This is when the chimney can become host to leakage and it can lead to problems if left for a while.

If water enters the chimney, through the weather and through cracks or through faulty flashing where the chimney meets the roof, then several issues can occur.

The way to fix this is though a chimney crown or through the tidying up of the brickwork in key areas. If left, crumbling, rusting and disintegration can occur. Then, you have the problem of improper dimensions.

If, when the house was being built, the dimensions were not measured properly, then sometimes chimneys are too tall to prevent downdrafts and too short to allow the smoke to roll properly. We can help with both of those.

Replacing brick mailboxes to brick or stone a chimney can be challenging and stressful to most homeowners whether it's through insurance companies or out of pocket cost, our company here at Fort Worth brick Repair can help walk you through the best options that will meet your budget.

We love working with acme brick because they have a large show room floor, to be able to select the best brick that would match your home, if your brick is no longer availble.

The repairs that we are going to be able to do for you are going to be completed in a timely manner. We are also going to ensure that the solutions that we provide you with are going to be able to last for a while. We like to ensure that all of the repairs that we do are going to leave the property in much better condition than it initially was. Our team is highly trained, and we also have a lot of experience. This means that we are going to be able to provide you with helpful and effective solutions.


Brick chimneys and fireplace repairs can sometimes be quite old and outdated. When there are repairs needed for an older structure that you have, you are going to be able to call our team. We are going to be able to provide you with a repair service. We are also going to be able to ensure that the work we do for you is properly upgrading your structure. This means that if there are any replacements or upgrades that need to be done, our team is going to focus on getting that work done properly for you. We are also going to ensure that it is completed in a timely manner.


Once we arrive at your property, we are going to focus on getting you a solution right away. One way that we are able to do this is by ensuring that we inspect the condition of the property. We are going to look at what is going on. From there, we are going to be able to determine what needs to be fixed, and we are going to assess the best way that we are going to be able to fix it. This means that we are always going to be working with intention. We can provide reliable repairs because we know how to adequately address the root cause of the program.

Large Chimney

A large chimney can look great at a property. It provides a lot of character and charm that is difficult to obtain with any other interior feature. Also, a chimney is helpful when it is used to heat a property. If you want to have a large chimney repair service, you need to ensure that you turn to a company that is going to be able to meet your needs. The team that you are going to be able to trust with this work is our team here at Garland Brick Repair.

Fireplace Materials

There are a lot of different kinds of materials that can be used to make a fireplace. Regardless of the type of material that is used for your fireplace, our team is going to be able to offer you reliable repair services. We have done a lot of work in the past to ensure that the work is done properly. We are going to ensure that you get high-quality results, and we are going to ensure that the fireplace materials that you need are properly handled by our professionals.

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