CHIMNEY BRICK REPAIR MINNEAPOLIS MINNESOTA
Over time your brick can crack, fade, and deteriorate which can cause structural damage to the chimney. This is critical because when it comes to chimney and fireplaces, your dealing with components that have no margin for error because it has to do with the safety of your family.
Why is Chimney Brick Repair so important?
Fire, poisonous gas, smoke damage, structural collapse, water leaks, and roofing problems can all result from faulty chimney bricks.
Brick Repair Minneapolis Mn and the Twin City Minnesota areas
Every week we have a homeowner that’s inquiring about brick repair services in Minneapolis Minnesota or the surrounding areas. The Twin Cities had a boom of housing in different waves during the 1950’s, 60’s 70’s and 80’s, and the homes that were built during these booms are starting to have various masonry needs and chimney brick repair requirements
Homeowners in Edina, Bloomington, Richfield, South Minneapolis, Burnsville, St. Paul, South St. Paul, and anywhere along the 35W and 35E freeway can be homes that have a wonderful fireplace, accompanied by a chimney that requires masonry services and brick repair.
Converting Brick to Natural Stone
Do you like the idea of taking an old brick structure, stripping the brick away and installing some beautiful natural stone or other product?
When you start to notice that your brick is failing, crumbling, and needs repair, it’s the perfect time to upgrade the stone on your house as well as the chimney.
Updating a 1970’s house usually starts with getting updated siding and stone.
Our favorite jobs are when we help make the chimney safe, as well as provide a beautifying and value driving upgrade to the home.
Minnesota Historical Housing
We spend lots of time working on housing that was built before 1990. It was during this era that chimneys were still highly desirable, and for the houses that were built before the 1970’s, almost every house has a chimney that needs some sort of repair.
New Construction Masonry Minnesota
Specialized chimneys and fireplaces are a love affair of Fredrickson Masonry. If you’re building new in Minnesota, we’d love the opportunity to work on your vision of stonework or even brick work.
Fredrickson Masonry Brick Repair Difference
There are many masonry and chimney repair services in Minnesota, most of whom we’re sure do a wonderful job helping homeowners fix their leaking chimneys.
Here are Fredrickson Masonry, we pride ourselves in being masons that produce quality results, because we know that masonry should last for decades, providing safety, beauty and security.
Inspections & Quote
If you think your chimney needs work, we’ll provide an inspection or a free quote. At our inspections, we’ll take many pictures during the inspection and then work with you in a manner that keeps your best interests ahead of our own.
Clear pricing and we stand behind our work.
It’s always important to do things right the first time, and we’ve developed the skills necessary to deliver work that every mason would nod their head to. Not only that, but we know that when things do arise, it’s really important for homeowners to have someone they can call and work to take care of circumstances.
Crumbling Brick Repair
Homeowners are often cued to call us here at Fredrickson Masonry and Chimney Repair because they’ve seen water dripping down the chimney, they’ve found some animals living in their chimney, but most of all – the brick is crumbling and cracking.
Brick Inspections & Masonry Inspections
Going up on your roof in Minnesota can be a dangerous endeavor, which is why we offer chimney inspections and masonry inspections. We’re going up and down the roofs of people living in the metro area all week long in order to identify brick repair opportunities. We’re frequently out in Edina, Richfield, South Minneapolis, Northeast Minneapolis, St. Paul, South St. Paul, Burnsville, Apple Valley, Rosemount, Eagan, Inver Grove Heights, Edina, Eden Prairie, Minnetonka, and other metro-area Twin Cities homes.
Porosity of masonry and the wythes that are used to create the masonry unites are major players in whether or not the masonry would deteriorate quickly. Old masonry is known as “single wythe”, which doesn’t have the additional insulation and weather proofing of double wythe masonry.
If you’re looking for a company that’s committed to helping you have a safe, and beautiful chimney, then our folks at Fredrickson Masonry would love the opportunity to connect with you and provide a chimney inspection.