Chimney Caulking

Caulk is a material used to make different areas of a home weather tight by sealing seams, gaps, joints and holes. It is a substance designed to seal a joint between two surfaces and to fill small holes. Caulking closes up the cracks and gaps that allow air and water to infiltrate your house.

Why is caulk needed?

Caulk is needed to stop air leaks in homes. Usually a home is sealed with caulk as a final step in the home building process. At All Ohio Masonry Restoration we realize that over time, caulk becomes brittle or otherwise wears out and needs to be reapplied. Some areas of the home may never have been sealed and would benefit from caulk sealing. All joints between chimney and siding, eaves and gable molding, window sills and siding, window sashes and siding, windows and masonry, door frames, masonry and concrete parts, and inside corners formed by siding should be caulked.

Call us today for a FREE ESTIMATE to find out if your home is in need of any caulking.

Locally owned and operated, All Ohio Masonry Restoration maintains a consistent reputation in the Columbus, Ohio area for providing high quality services since 1974.