Stucco Repair Akron, OH (330) 468-1161

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Chimney Cricket is a stucco repair contractor that specializes in repairing and restoring any stucco structure. We have offices throughout Ohio and are ready to help you with your stucco repair projects. Heavy rains, snow and ice can cause damage to stucco that ultimately needs to be repaired. Severe damage will cause crumbling and weakened structural support. Chimney Cricket offers superb stucco repair to help you solve these problem.

If you have a brick fireplace, home, office or other structure, it may be necessary from time to time to have brick repair done. These repairs may be needed because the mortar has begun to crumble due to moisture or because of inferior products or workmanship.

Regardless of the reason, stucco repairs should be done properly so you can improve the resale value and protect your investment. Your property will look better and prevent a wide range of problems such as: 
  • Deterioration or continued deterioration of stucco due to the extreme weather conditions
  • Prevent water from entering in beyond the normal characteristics of masonry surfaces which can damage the inside of your home or building
  • Costly structural repairs if not corrected early enough, while strengthening the overall structural integrity of your building’s exterior facade.
Chimney Cricket is one of Ohio's premier stucco repair companies. Our experienced, skilled, expert masons will properly evaluate the condition of your brickwork. We look for weathered, crumbling and loose stucco with cracked and joint separation of the mortar and more. After a thorough inspection we can recommend a complete solution to repair, restore and rejuvenate your stucco. We use a variety of time-tested techniques: grinding/removing old stucco, spot pointing, waterproofing and sealers, for all types of stucco repairs.

With offices in Akron, OH (330) 468-1161Z we are sure to get to your repairs quickly. Call today for your free inspection and get back to enjoying your property.

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