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Chimney coated with elastomeric sealant

  1. 1
    Coating the upper metal chimney stack

    As you can see, we coated all the metal from the first overlap to the bottom of the metal flange.

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  2. 2
    Lower chimney flange coated in Aldo

    We also put the Aldo 385 on the lower flange and coated it in a very thick layer to the edge of the metal, where the metal roof trim meets and covers the flange.

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    Clear sealant at roof to chimney transition

    We used the clear in this section just in case it was visible from the ground. It wouldn’t be as much of an eyesore. We also filled that area so thick that it created a flat area for the water to run off easier.

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    Sealing up screws that were backing out

    A small handful of screws were backing out and starting to back out. So we ran the screws back into the metal and used clear roofing sealant to go over the heads of the screw

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