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1755 Chimney Deterioration Due to Condensation - House Exterior - Masonry
 
1755 Chimney Deterioration Due to Condensation - House Exterior - Masonry -

Image Text: Clay tile flue liner > condensation > nails supporting liner > gaps in liner > chimney > chimney cap > brick spalling and/or efflorescence > chimney walls > even lined chimneys can suffer from condensation related brick damage (particularly if the flue liner has gaps in it)

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