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Crown Repair and Rebuild

Every part of the chimney system has an important job that helps the chimney vent the fireplace properly and last as long as it should. The biggest culprit shortening the lives of chimneys across the country is water. Rainwater, snow, ice, and even humidity in the air can damage the chimney system. According to the […] Read more

From Historical to Modern, We Repair & Restore

Throughout New England, there are historical homes that reach back into the 1800s. New Hampshire is lucky to have many historical homes that have been well-loved and cared for as well as new constructions. Because we strive to offer services to our friends and neighbors in the area, bringing comfort and safety into each home, we […] Read more

Three Levels of Chimney Inspections

Your chimney is one of the most important systems in your home. Neglecting it may lead to damage and danger, putting your property and your family at risk. Just like you schedule routine service appointments for your cars, it’s also important to schedule chimney maintenance. Safe and Efficient Chimneys According to the National Fire Protection […] Read more

Real Estate Chimney Inspections

Chimney inspections are important for the safety and efficiency of your system. However, regular chimney inspection and real estate chimney inspections are quite different. A real estate chimney inspection is more thorough than a standard level one inspection, which is only an assessment of the chimney. However, a level one inspection is more thorough than […] Read more

What You Need to Know About Water Entry

Homeowners should always be aware of water and its affects on their home. Whether it’s how it enters your home or how to resolve the issue before a serious problem occurs, it’s important to keep up with these issues. One of the most common entry points for water is the chimney system—something often overlooked and […] Read more

Clogged Chimney Caps

Every chimney that is safe and efficient is also protected against water penetration. In New Hampshire, New England winters make it essential to protect against winter damage caused by the water freezing and thawing. An uncapped flue will be exposed to water year-round, leading to costly damage and unsafe conditions. Cap your chimney, and make […] Read more

Late Season Fire Danger

Spring may mean the end of winter, but it doesn’t always mean the end of the fire-burning season. Many homeowners continue to use their fire appliances and chimneys throughout spring to avoid cranking up the air conditioning unit too early. This saves money but may increase the risk of flue fire. It’s important to use […] Read more

Chimney Repairs After Burn Season

By the time spring arrives, you have likely used the fireplace daily or weekly for 15 to 20 weeks. When spring arrives, many homeowners begin to use the fireplace less, and then stop using it altogether. This gradual decline in use often leads homeowners to neglect end-of-season maintenance to prepare the system for the off-season. […] Read more

Why We Love ChimneySaver

At Black Moose Chimney and Stove, it is our goal and pleasure to offer comprehensive chimney care to New Hampshire homeowners. Part of our mission as Chimney Safety Institute of America (CSIA) members and industry professionals is to help homes and families stay safe and warm. We’re in the business of saving lives–and chimneys. That’s […] Read more

HeatShield Can Repair, Resurface, or Reline

Through the years, you will need repairs for your chimney and fireplace for it to continue working safely and efficiently. You might need a new liner, repairs, or resurfacing. These suggestions might sound scary to a lot of homeowners. However, at Black Moose Chimney & Stove, we try to give our customers the safest and […] Read more