The Necessity of a Clean Chimney

There are some things that you just need to keep up on in order to keep things running smoothly. Take car servicing and repair, for instance. If you want to keep your vehicle running efficiently, you’ll make sure to have it serviced every 3,000 miles or every three...

The Function of a Chimney Liner

Your chimney serves a very important purpose in your home. It directs the smoke from the fire up and out of your home and into the night air. This is important because there are chemicals in that smoke that could cause negative effects to your health and the health of...

The Purpose of Your Smoke Chamber

Chimney liner, chimney cap, chimney crown, dampers, firebox. These are some of the parts of your chimney system, and when you call Ceaser Chimney Service, LLC to come in and do your annual inspection and cleaning, you can rest easy knowing that all these components...

Scheduling an Early Chimney Sweeping

Summer is already halfway over. Around this time, we tend to start thinking about state fairs, school resuming, and high school football games. Before you know it, you’re building a fire in your fireplace to ward off the cool autumn breezes. But even though we’re well...

The Role of a Chimney Cap

The chimney cap sits at the very top of your chimney, and it plays a vital role in protecting your chimney and home from water damage and other invasions. Surprisingly, in spite of its importance, some chimneys don’t have one. If this is the case with your home or...

The Role and Importance of a Chimney Crown

Chimney crown sounds pretty regal, doesn’t it? The crown unfortunately adds no elements of royalty to your home but increases the efficiency of your chimney. The chimney crown is an important part of your fireplace system, and most people aren’t even aware of it’s...

Scheduling an Early Chimney Inspection

Although fire-burning season is a long ways off, it’s never too early to schedule your annual chimney inspection and cleaning. When a cold New Hampshire winter hits, the freeze-thaw cycle hits in earnest, which could mean damage to your chimney. That’s not the only...

Repairing Your Chimney’s Masonry

Over time, the masonry on your chimney wears out because of the harsh conditions from extreme heat, constant rain, and storm. Mortar and bricks can handle a lot of stress and strain, but the effects of weather can cause major structural damage. Whether the damage...