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...

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...

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...

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...

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...

Pellet Appliances Need Inspections–Just Like Wood

Tis the season for fire appliance inspections. Many homeowners avoid scheduling during the fall due to the fall rush, and oftentimes don’t want to wait until spring. It’s during the winter months that problems may arise and questions of efficiency may come up. This is...

We Do Masonry Repairs!

At Black Moose Chimney & Stove, we’ve been servicing appliances in New Hampshire and providing masonry services for years. We’re proud to offer exceptional professional services. However, repairing masonry problems immediately after you discover it is the best way...

You Should Invest in a Wood Stove this Winter!

Winter is almost here, although we’ve been experiencing extreme temperatures already this fall. You may have seen your heating bill go up in recent weeks and may be looking to supplement heat to help cut costs, maybe you’re just looking to add some ambiance to your...

What is Flashing? Why Does it Need Repairs?

All of the parts of the chimney system are important for chimney safety and function. Many of the parts work together to vent smoke, heat, and particles out of the chimney while others actually prevent stuff from getting in. While the air must leave the house through...