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This is a before and after example of tuck pointing and flashing repair. As you can see on the left the mortar is almost all gone. Years of water getting in through cracks and freezing in the winter most likely caused this damage. The top crown had several large cracks in it which let water get in behind the bricks and erode the mortar. The flashing was also in poor condition which could let water into house. In this case I used a product called Flashseal which acts as a rubber boot around the base of the chimney stopping any water from getting in through the roof. The chimney was also tuck pointed (adding new mortar between the bricks), and a new mortar crown was formed at the top. This picture was taken right after tuck pointing was done and the top half turned white to match the bottom once it dried.