We are proud to be able to provide our customers with quality stoves, fireplaces, and inserts from Napoleon, one of the leading names in home heating!
Whether you are looking for WOOD, PELLET, or GAS we can assist you!
From the initial estimate through the entire installation, we can guide you every step of the way.
ATTENTION CHIMNEY OWNERS:
Did you know that according to the National Fire Protection Agency code 211 “all chimneys, fireplaces, and vents shall be inspected at least once a year.” If your heating system hasn’t been cleaned in the last year, call today for your peace of mind!”
“Total Chimney Care – From Top to Bottom!”
At Ceaser Chimney Service, LLC we believe in integrity and doing the job right the first time. These pictures are from a chimney which had been “repaired” several times before, but in reality only made it worse. Rather than try and put another band aid over the problem we did the right thing and completely tore it down to the roof line and rebuilt with new bricks and flue tiles. Once the masonry restoration was finished, a stainless steel cap was added along with a stainless steel liner to vent the woodstove. The lead flashing was sealed with Flash Seal, and finally the entire chimney was watersealed to protect the masonry from water penetration. By holding ourselves to the highest standards and delivering the customer the best possible solution they are assured of years of top notch ventilation.
Don’t Trust Your Chimney Work to Anyone Else, Call the Pros at Ceaser Chimney TODAY! (603) 518-5773
“During this past winter I lost my chimney cap on a particularly windy day. I called Ceaser Chimney and John was out the same day. Not only did he get up on the roof to replace the cap but he did so on one of the coldest days of the year. While replacing the cap John found a few different issues with our chimney. After a complete inspection he found that our chimney was icing up, our chimney liner was cracked and our clean out door was also missing. John fixed the icing issue and gave me a quote for the new chimney liner. John was efficient, professional, clean and friendly. I will definitely be calling Ceaser Chimney when it’s time to do the new liner. Thanks for everything John!”Jeff C.
WELCOME TO CEASER CHIMNEY SERVICE, LLC We are proud to be a locally owned and operated business that serves Manchester, Nashua, Concord and the surrounding communities. Our company has been built on providing first class craftsmanship at a fair price. From inspections and cleanings to rebuilds and repairs, we will make sure that your fireplace, stove and chimney are in tip top shape and operating safely! You trust us to put fire in your living room, and we treat that with the utmost importance.
Here in New England, fire is more than something we make while camping. We use it to warm us on chilly winter nights and to heat our homes all winter long. Whether you burn only on holidays, once a week, or every single night, fire is something that should never be taken lightly. Every fire creates smoke, and smoke creates creosote. Creosote sticks to the inside of your stove pipes, covers the sides of your fireplace, and coats the walls of your flues. Without proper and timely cleanings, creosote buildup can lead to a chimney fire.
As a locally owned and operated company, we take great pride in the reputation that we have earned in the community. We are timely, tidy and make sure that every customer is 100% satisfied when we are done. You will deal with John Ceaser, the owner of the business, from your initial estimate through the completion of the work. We value our customers and take pride that they often become customers for life. Get in touch today!
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CLEANINGS & INSPECTIONS
The most important step in burning safely all winter long is to have your flue swept every year!
CHIMNEY CAP INSTALLATIONS
Every chimney should have a cap. No more rain, snow, leaves, or animals.
STAINLESS STEEL RELININGS
When a flue fails, a stainless steel liner must be installed to keep your appliance running safely.