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Repair Your Chimney for Winter Warmth & Safety

As southern New Hampshire gets ready for another unpredictable winter with its ice storms and blizzards and sub-zero weather, the fall is a good time to make sure your chimney is ready to perform predictably to get you through the season safely. Here’s a checklist of “must-do’s” for your chimney and fireplace this fall. Visually […] 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

Our Team Can Help You Find the Perfect Cap!

Does your chimney have a cap? If you’re not sure, go look! Your chimney should have a cap mounted on top of the flue opening, and it has an important job to do. The cap keeps water and other precipitation from falling into the flue. It keeps animals from gaining access to the chimney (and […] Read more

Our Chimney Cap Provides Complete Protection!

Summer is a time to relax after a long winter and rainy spring. Many homeowners are able to forget about the chimney system altogether through the summer as long as they’ve had it swept, inspected, and closed out for the off-season. You may find yourself noticing your chimney system this summer if it has a […] Read more

The Importance of Chimney Caps

Are you a new homeowner with an old chimney? If so, you may not even notice that it’s missing a chimney cap. Some homeowners in the past didn’t recognize their importance, and oftentimes they weren’t installed. Chimney caps are also commonly neglected because they are low maintenance and “out of sight out of mind”. If […] Read more