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What are cement flakes falling down chimney to hearth after storm ?
Chimney pot undamaged but top of stack (cement) has edges broken.
1 Answer from a MyBuilder Chimney & Fireplace Specialist
That will be the flaunching, ( sand/ cement on top of chimney ) it probably needs renewing.
Its best done in a granite mix, Sets nice and hard.
Answered 29th Nov 2011
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