April showers bring May flowers, but they can also bring moisture problems to your home. Cracks in the top of the chimney, or the crown, can allow water to seep down into the house. If left unrepaired, these leaks can lead to mold growth and rot, requiring expensive repairs in the future. In winter, those cracks fill with water and freeze, expanding the crack and eventually breaking apart the crown.
Fortunately, cracks in chimney crowns are easy and inexpensive to fix. For crowns with small cracks, up to a quarter-inch wide, CrownCoat is a great solution. It applies easily with a brush and comes with a 15-year warranty. ->CrownCoat product page
For larger cracks, CrownSeal is the ideal fix. Applied with a trowel, CrownSeal provides a thick layer of protection for your chimney. It comes with a 10-year warranty, assuring years of protection from chimney crown leaks. -> CrownSeal product page