Dallas spent 5 years in the Army. Before coming to Bone Dry, He worked as a repoman for a cable company. He likes to go fishing and golfing on his off time from work. He also likes to spend time with his family and his daughter.
This stone chimney was in need of a tear down and rebuild. Our masonry crew tore the old chimney all the way down to the box frame. The whole chimney underneath the stone had rotted due to the severe water leakage that went on for years. They started the rebuild with pressure treated wood, wrapped the chimney in ice and water shield, stapled steel mesh and applied the scratch coat of mortar. Once the scratch coat was applied it was time to place the stones. After 2 weeks of hard work, the chimney was finally finished! Look how beautiful this chimney is!
The chase lid on this chimney was rusting and deteriorating. Our masonry crew installed a new stainless steel chase lid.
The crown on this chimney was cracked, allowing water to penetrate into the brick and damage the chimney. Our masonry crew removed the broken crown and affected brick. The installed new brick and poured a new concrete crown.
The chimney and fire box on this home needed to be cleaned. Cleaning your chimney regularly will help to prevent the build-up of creosote, which can lead to chimney fires. Getting on your roof to clean the chimney, as well as having the tools required to do it, may not be a possibility for many homeowners. That's why you can count on Bone Dry Roofing to help you! Call today!
Tuck-pointing needed to be done on this chimney. Our masonry crew removed approximately 90 tuck points and installed new mortar. Now the integrity of the chimney will continue to hold.
This home needed to have several tuck points redone. The were old and cracked. Our masonry crew ground out all of the old mortar on the affected joints and installed new mortar.
The chimney on this home needed to have some tuck pointing done. The old joints were cracked and some were deteriorated. Our masonry crew ground out the old mortar and installed new mortar.
The brick over the door on this home in West Chester was cracked and needed to be replaced. Our masonry crew removed the damaged brick and installed new brick.
The chimney on this home needed to have a few tuck points redone. Having broken or deteriorated tuck points can allow moisture to penetrate into the bricks and damage the chimney. Our masonry crew ground out all of the old mortar in the joints and filled it with new mortar.
The joints on this chimney were cracked and needed to be redone. When tuck points wear away, water can penetrate into the chimney and destroy the surrounding brick. In time, this will cause the brick on the chimney to deteriorate and eventually need to be rebuilt. Our masonry crew ground out all of the damaged tuck points and filled them in with new mortar.
This homeowner called us out to take a look at her chimney that was leaking. Our specialist saw the cause of the leak immediately. The crown was crumbling and the top 3 courses of brick needed to be replaced due to age and deterioration. On the day the work was done, our supervisor Dallas kept our customer informed with pictures and descriptions of the entire process. Our customer was extremely impressed with the work that was done and the professionalism of our staff. We now have a new Bone Dry customer for life!
It was evident after inspecting this chimney that a new concrete crown was needed due to the deterioration that had taken place. It was also evident that the flue was cracked and needed to be replaced. We did exactly that and the chimney looks new again! Call for an inspection and free estimate today
A few of the bricks on this home were cracked and allowing water to penetrate into the home. When bricks crack and allow moisture to seep in, it destroys the brick and mortar surrounding. If this issue continues it can be very costly to repair.
Several of the bricks on this home were in poor condition. The mortar was crumbling and the bricks were chipping away. Moisture was getting into the deteriorated areas and causing damage to surrounding bricks. if this problem isn't addressed it can become very expensive to repair. Our masonry crew ground out all of the mortar surrounding the damaged brick and removed the brick. They installed new brick and new mortar.
A few tuck points on this chimney needed to be ground out and filled in with new mortar. Tuck points that are cracked and worn allow water to penetrate into the brick causing it to crack and deteriorate.
There was one brick on this chimney and several tuck points that needed to be replaced. Our masonry crew ground out the deteriorated tuck points and removed the damaged brick. They installed a new brick and installed to mortar joints.
This chimney had several bricks that were spalling and deteriorating. Our masonry crew removed the damaged bricks and rebuild the chimney with new brick. They poured a new concrete crown. Now the chimney is as good as new.
The chimney on this home in Cincinnati was crumbling apart. The homeowner contacted Bone Dry Roofing to make sure the repairs were properly made. After approving the estimate, our experienced masonry crew tore the entire chimney down and rebuilt it.
This chimney was in need of some repairs! The crown was cracked and the top 2 courses of brick needed replaced. We removed the old cracked crown and top 2 courses of brick. We rebuilt the top 2 courses of brick, replaced the flue and poured a new crown.
The lintel above this garage door was bowing and causing the brick wall above to lean forward. That can lead to more serious issues for the homeowner, so they called Bone Dry for a professional inspection and estimate. Our crew removed all of the brick, installed new sheathing, a new steel lintel and replaced the brick.
The crown on this chimney was cracked and allowing water to penetrate into the brick causing damage. Our masonry crew removed the concrete crown and poured a new concrete crown with a 4" drip edge.
The tuck points on this front porch were cracked and deteriorated. Our masonry crew ground out all of the old mortar joints and installed new mortar. What a great looking front porch!
The chimney on this home was in poor condition. It was allowing water to penetrate into the home. The crown was cracked and the bricks were deteriorated. Our masonry crew tore down several courses of brick on this chimeny. The installed several courses of new brick and tuck pointed the mortar joints. The poured a new concrete crown with a drip edge. Now this chimney will keep the water out.
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