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After spending the past several months climbing on customer's roofs. I finally got a chance to get up on my own where I see that both chimneys have cracked concrete caps.

I vaguely remember some years back some talk about a caulk type product made specifically for repairing cracks in concrete chimney caps.

Before I go back up with the hydrostatic I thought I'd check to see if there is anything better to seal with.

Does anyone have a suggestion?

Thanks!

Jeff

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Yeah,

Fix it right by placing a reinforced concrete cap with a built-in drip edge and expansion joint.

I've sent you an article offline via email with attachments showing how you can do that in one afternoon.

ONE TEAM - ONE FIGHT!!!

Mike

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Send email addresses to hausdok@msn.com and I'll attach to replies.

It's a copyrighted article scanned from a magazine. I'll probably get in trouble for scanning and distributing it but not as much trouble as I would if I displayed it here without permission.

ONE TEAM - ONE FIGHT!!!

Mike

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