Alpha Chimney Sweeps LLC
Providing great service to Nashua Homes since 2002. 603-897-1313

And schedule your appointment!

Take advantage of our Cap prices, we offer the best quality caps with lifetime warranty at the best prices that you can find. 

Call now to schedule a free Cap estimate.

Winter is here! Make sure you get your chimney inspected for this cold season!

Chimeny Inspections for Condo: $49.95 and for Residential Homes: $74.95

For Quotes and other Inquiries

Contact Us at 603-897-1313


Please Follow the directions below to book your appointment:

Step 1: Login to you Google account

Step 2: Click our link below (orange button) and find your desired time block.

Step 3: Fill in the "What" field as follows: "City // First Last Name // Phone Number // Type of service

Step 4: Fill in the "Where" field with the address of the home receiving service

Step 5: Add your e-mail address to "Description" field, so that we can confirm your appointment

Step 6: Provide any additional details or notes in the "Description" field, such as if you have a Fireplace / Woodstove / Pellet Stove, if you have a Clay flue or aluminum/stainless steel liner flue, as this is vital information that we need.

Step 7: Be present at the property at the time requested for the appoint, someone must be present. 

If you do not provide your PHONE NUMBER we will immediately cancel/delete your appointment.

We offer services to the following locations:

New Hampshire

  • Nashua
  • Amherst
  • Bedford
  • Brookline
  • Hollis
  • Hudson
  • Litchfield
  • Londonderry
  • Manchester*
  • Merrimack
  • Milford
  • Pelham
  • Wilton
  • Windham

Massachusetts

  • Dunstable

  • North Chelmsford

  • Pepperell

  • Tyngsborough


"I only use my chimney once in a while, how can I keep it safe and clean?"

To be sure that all of your systems are in working order and operating as they should, it is recommended that homeowners get an annual chimney inspection.

How Often should I get my chimney cleaned?

There isn’t a simple rule of thumb on how often to clean your chimney, such as cleaning after 50 uses or one year. The problem is, creosote can form when wood is burned incompletely. A smoky fire without enough oxygen emits lots of unburned tar vapors that can condense inside the flue and stick to it, possibly leading to a chimney fire. You can reduce creosote buildup in your fireplace by providing adequate combustion air, which will encourage a hot, clean-burning fire. Having a chimney inspection every 6-12 months is your safest bet on keeping your chimney clean and safe.