GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) - With all this rain that we saw in April, it's safe to say that you or someone you know has had water leaking in the home. Experts at Hancock Chimney are still seeing clients to repair water damage caused by the spring storms.
When it rains, damage can occur to your roof and chimney including cracks. When this happens water can seep through out your home ruining dry wall and causing thousands of dollars worth of damage. If you catch these problems early, you can stop damage and save money through out your home. Signs that you have a leak in your chimney include:
-Wetness on the brick
-Drips in the fireplace
-Wet spots in your attic or basement
Hancock Chimney has been inspecting chimneys, sweeping chimneys and repairing chimneys, fireplaces and wood stoves in the Grand Rapids, Holland and surrounding areas for over 30 years. Hancock is offering a chimney repair discount to eightWest viewers if you call today.
Hancock Chimney eightWest special
$25 off chimney repair
Must call today to schedule!
616-534-4228 - Grand Rapids
616-396-4046 - Holland
For more information about Hancock Chimney and the services they provide visit www.hancockchimney.com.
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