Chimney Brackets

Aerial chimney brackets are typically used in situations where the chimney is freestanding or where it is attached to a separate structure such as a chimney stack or support structure. They are also commonly used in situations where the chimney is located away from the main building or structure, such as in industrial or commercial settings.

The design of aerial chimney brackets is similar to other types of chimney brackets, with the main difference being that they are not attached to the building or structure. Instead, they are attached to the ground or other support structure using bolts or other hardware.

Aerial chimney brackets are typically made from heavy-duty steel or other strong materials that can withstand the weight and force of the chimney. They are designed to be durable and long-lasting, providing reliable support for the chimney over time.

If you are considering using aerial chimney brackets for your chimney, it is important to consult with a professional contractor to ensure that they are installed properly and are appropriate for your specific situation. Improper installation or use of aerial chimney brackets can lead to damage or instability of the chimney, which can be dangerous and costly to repair.