Sorrento Contracting Now Offers Chimney Wood Rot Repair Services in Collin County

Share Article

The elements exact tough punishment on homes across North Texas – now is the time to get started on home repair projects, especially damage to chimneys.

Does your chimney look like this?

This additional damage can result in thousands of dollars in repair and remediation costs.

A current focus of Sorrento Contracting, a general contractor firm based in Allen, Texas, is helping area residents with exterior chimney damage. As North Texas residents know, the elements exact some tough punishment on homes throughout the seasons. Rain, heat, wind and humidity are brutal on home exteriors, especially on the cheap, untreated wood that many builders use for trim and siding on chimneys. This exposure leads to unsightly chimneys with wood trim and siding that has developed wood rot, splitting and/or warping.

Aside from being unsightly, external damage on chimneys can lead to more serious (and expensive) problems. Left ignored, exterior chimney damage can result in significant interior issues like roof leaks, rust and mold formation inside the chimney, damage to attics and ceilings and even possible critter infestations. This additional damage can result in thousands of dollars in repair and remediation costs.

Sorrento Contracting encourages Collin County residents not to wait for things to get worse with existing chimney damage. Sorrento Contracting offers free, no-obligation estimates to replace chimney trim and/or siding with treated wood, PVC or the highly-durable Hardie Trim® made from fiber cement. Sorrento Contracting also provides residential construction, remodeling and repair services.

About Us

Sorrento Contracting is a general contractor firm based in Allen, Texas that offers various residential construction, remodeling and repair services throughout Collin County and the surrounding areas. Visit our website at http://www.sorrentocontracting.com for more information.

Share article on social media or email:

View article via:

Pdf Print

Contact Author

General Manager
Visit website