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Is My Chimney Cap Still There and Why Do I Need It? Our New England weather and Nor’easters seem to be bringing high winds lately, so much so, that we have been receiving many calls about blown off chimney caps!  The chimney cap's job is to keep moisture, debris, and animals from entering the flue.… Continue reading

guide to chimney flashing repair

Chimney Flashing Repair & More

Having your chimney flashing checked should be a part of your annual chimney inspection. Properly working flashing goes a long way in keeping your chimney in proper working order and in keeping moisture out of your home. We will discuss what chimney flashing does, signs that you might need your flashing repaired or replaced, and… Continue reading

chimney flue and chimney venting

Why Chimney Venting is Important

Chimney venting is when the by-products of combustion are exhausted through the chimney to the atmosphere. This passageway is called the flue. This applies to both your fireplace (or wood stove), and likely, your heating/hot water equipment. The exhaust for your heating equipment may be installed inside your existing masonry chimney or through a separate… Continue reading

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