Admiralty Chimney identified major safety hazards to our home during a routine cleaning of our woodstove chimney last year. The existing lining was full of cracked tile not designed to withstand the heat from a woodstove. This safety hazard had been missed by other firms in past years. N.F.P.A. Code 211 requires all functioning chimney systems be inspected annually?
|Address||12 Rancourt Street|
|Phone Number||(603) 594-0400|
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Please note that within our government's updated operating guidelines, we are now providing routine in-home services. We continue to take every precaution to ensure the safety of our employees and customers. We take our employees' temperatures every work day. If employees have any symptoms, they will not report to work. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us. Stay safe, everyone! Chimney damage is far more prevalent than you might think. At least one third of all chimneys in existence today are in need of repair.
Admiralty Chimney Service was started several years ago by a gentleman retired from the Navy; hence the name - Admiralty! Admiralty Chimney Service is now owned and operated by John Butler, who is extremely well-versed in chimney maintenance and repair. John is a CSIA certified Chimney Sweep and he is a conscientious man of integrity with high ethical standards. When you set an appointment for an estimate, you will most likely meet John himself as he likes to meet all new customers personally. He has many on-going, long term relationships that he has developed through conducting his business this way.
Pro Tip: Sprinkle damp coffee grounds over the cooled ashes in your fireplace to reduce the amount of dust produced as ashes are being removed. If you're due for your next fireplace checkup and maintenance, contact us today. Our CCP-certified chimney technicians deliver great workmanship and superior customer service. When it comes to chimney caps, one size does not fit all. Available in a variety of shapes, sizes, and materials, all caps protect you from common and costly chimney problems. In order for it to operate properly, though, it must be the right type and size.
Chimney liners are vital to the safe operation of any chimney. When chimney liners aren't properly installed or maintained, they can become damaged and dangerous. At Admiralty Chimney, our high quality chimney liners are guaranteed to improve the efficiency and functionality of your chimney. Most clients are not even aware of whether or not they have a liner due to the confusion between what a clay flue and a liner actually are. Many homes built earlier this century in New Hampshire and Massachusetts do not even have clay flue!
Chimney caps are an excellent way to protect your chimney from damage. They can also protect your family from chimney and roof fires. A chimney cap is a stainless steel device fitted to the top of a chimney to improve the airflow. At Admiralty Chimney, we recommend that homeowners have a chimney cap installed because of their many benefits. The #1 issues that you WILL encounter when you don't have a chimney cap on your chimney are moisture damaging the bricks, eroding mortar joints, unwelcome odors and damaged metal fireboxes and dampers.