A leaning chimney that has broken away from the house and leans out poses a potentially lethal hazard, and will not pass a home inspection. In many cases, the chimney itself remains intact, but the foundation underneath it or the concrete that conjoins it to the house has deteriorated over time.
If this is the case, your chimney can most likely be straightened and re-attached to the house without damage to the flue, or to your house itself. See photos below of a project we completed to correct a leaning chimney.
Call the experienced folks at Jacksonville Contracting Company to make a no-obligation visit to your home and estimate the cost of re-attaching your leaning chimney.
Before and After: