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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

Let Us Repair or Rebuild Your Crown!

The chimney crown is as important as the roof of your house. If there is damage to your roof, you will make a fast plan to repair it before damage worsens and other parts of the home are damaged as well. The chimney crown is the roof of your chimney. It protects the chimney opening […] Read more

Protect Against Chimney Leaks & Summer Storms

Many assume winter is the most damaging season towards your chimney, but this is not always the case. Water damage in the summer can sometimes be just as devastating as winter damage. In addition, temperatures don’t have to be low for water to damage more than just your chimney exterior. Once water enters the system, […] Read more

Can ChimneySaver Save Your Chimney?

The answer is yes, but we don’t want you to take our word for it! ChimneySaver is the leader in chimney protection and offers products such as flashing repair sealants, crown coats, cleaners, creosote removers, and smoke chamber repair products. We trust ChimneySaver products with the chimneys of our customers and neighbors, and the entire chimney […] Read more

Waterproofing Needs For Every Homeowner

Spring showers have come and gone, but waterproofing is still vital for winter. Unlike rain water that falls and flows, snow will sit on a chimney and roof until it melts, and then it melts slowly. Winter damage can be the most devastating, and it’s 100 percent preventable. Waterproofing Sealant A professional chimney sweep can […] Read more

Taking care of water leaks from melting snow

Did you know that one of the most harmful environmental hazards to your chimney is melting snow? Temperatures rise as spring arrives, causing snow to melt. This seemingly harmless water then threatens to wreak havoc upon on your masonry investment! The water from melting snow ruins chimneys worldwide because it leaks and seeps into cracks, […] Read more