Admiralty Chimney
Admiralty Chimney
Admiralty Chimney Service, LLC, Chimney Sweeper, Nashua, NH
Admiralty Chimney Service, LLC, Chimney Sweeper, Nashua, NH
Admiralty Chimney
Chimney Inspection Cleaning - Merrimack, Nashua, NH

Chimney Inspection & Cleanings

Merrimack and Nashua, NH

Annual chimney inspections are critical to ensuring that your chimney is safe for regular use. Chimneys can be home to all manner of animal nests and trapped debris, not to mention the buildup of dangerous creosote. Admiralty Chimney provides timely and affordable chimney inspections and cleanings to keep your chimney clean, safe, and operating smoothly.

  • Performing detailed chimney safety inspections
  • Providing valuable knowledge and expertise
  • Cleaning chimneys thoroughly to improve safety and functionality

Recognized by the Greater Nashua Chamber of Commerce as Best of Nashua 2011 and 2012 - Chimney Builders.

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  • What happens inside my chimney?

    Do you know what happens inside your chimney? Most people don’t!

    The flue liner is the most important component of your chimney, yet often the most neglected. Burning creates byproducts, which build up on the walls of the flue. In using fireplaces and wood stoves, the formation of creosote – a natural byproduct of burning wood – is unavoidable. With regular chimney cleanings & inspections you will have a better grasp of what is going on it there.

  • What is creosote?

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    Burning wood causes combustion of the oils in the wood, which are off-gassed as volatiles in the smoke. As the smoke rises through the chimney it cools, causing water, carbon, and volatiles to condense on the interior surfaces of the chimney flue. The black oily residue that builds up is referred to as creosote. Over the course of a season creosote deposits can become several inches thick. Chimney inspections are the only to determine the extent of the damage that the creosote has created.

  • Why is creosote dangerous?

    Creosote deposits reduce the draft (airflow through the chimney) which increases the probability that the wood fire is not getting enough air to burn at high temperatures. Since creosote is highly combustible, a thick accumulation creates a fire hazard. If a hot fire is built in the stove or fireplace, and the air control is left wide open, this may allow hot oxygen into the chimney where it comes in contact with the creosote which then ignites—causing a chimney fire.

  • How often should my chimney be inspected?

    NFPA Code 211 states that, at a minimum, chimneys, fireplaces, and wood stoves should be inspected annually, so that we may be able to monitor any changes in the chimney, such as creosote buildup, structural integrity of the chimney itself. We would then recommend a cleaning schedule tailored for you based on your burning habits.

    We will tell you the level of inspection that we believe will be most appropriate for your chimney and venting system. Each level of inspection covers specific items depending on the individual appliance and venting system.

    See more at: http://www.csia.org/homeowner-resources/chimney_inspections.aspx#sthash.8treyOUW.dpuf

  • How does my furnace affect my chimney?

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    This chimney has been completely eaten away from the gases from the furnace.

    Oil furnaces leave a soot buildup on the walls of the chimney. Old or new, this is unavoidable. Also unavoidable is moisture in your chimney – a bi-product of burning. When soot mixes with moisture, it forms sulfuric acid, which will deteriorate the clay lining system.

    Newer high efficiency furnaces create more condensation than older models. When these are installed into existing flues, the additional moisture combines with the leftover residue, unfortunately hastening the deterioration of your chimney liner.

    It is only a matter of time before this deterioration allows poisonous gasses to seep into your home. Each year thousands of people become ill and hundreds die from chimney failure of one type or another. Prolonged carbon monoxide poisoning can be fatal. A proper chimney inspection will answer any questions regarding these issues.

  • How often should I have my chimney cleaned?

    Chimneys should be cleaned every one to two years; more often if you use your fireplace, wood stove or pellet stove more frequently. We leave it up to our client’s discretion but, keep in mind the longer you wait, the harder it is to clean it and the cost can be more considerable than if you have it done regularly.


    • Is your family getting sick frequently with no apparent reasons why?

    • Are there dark stains on your walls?


    • Is the outside of your fireplace black?

    • Are you having draft issues?

    If you answered yes to any of these questions it may be time for a professional chimney cleaning.

    All of our chimney cleaning appointments start off as a comprehensive inspection of all of the systems present in your home. The cost of the inspection is included in all cleaning prices.

    The scope of work performed in the inspection or evaluation of a fireplace, wood stove, pellet stove or heating system had previously been left to the discretion of the chimney service technician.

Our Inspection & Cleaning Work

Inspection & Cleaning Pricing

When you call the office, our staff can give you “ball park” pricing: a price range that you can expect based on what you are telling her over the phone.

The final price for your services will be quoted by your technician based on the what is determined during the course of the inspection of your chimney/appliance.

There are many factors that can make the price either go up or down that can’t be foreseen until the inspection is done



  • John and his coworkers are always on time, efficient, polite, and friendly. And the house is clean when they are done. Very impressive and responsive local business.
    Maureen C.
  • Absolutely fantastic experience. Everyone was so helpful and friendly, from the office taking calls and answering questions to the crew. I will use Admiralty for all inspections and any future work.
    Sarah D.
  • I would never hire anyone else. Extremely professional and knowledgable. Definitely trust and recommend their services.
    Elizabeth H.

Admiralty Chimney

12 Rancourt Street
Nashua, NH 03064

2312 Columbia Circle
Merrimack, NH 03054