It is recommended by the Guild of Master Chimney Sweeps and the Fire Service that you get your open fire, gas or multifuel stove's chimney swept at least once a year. If you have just moved in to a new house you should call a chimney sweep before you use the fire.
Whether you burn oil, gas, wood, coal or biomass, your chimney needs regular cleaning in order to burn efficiently and economically. It is crucial to avoid the build up of soot and creosote that can cause a dangerous and costly chimney fire.
Make sure that you are burning seasoned wood, that has dried out for a minimum of 1 year and note that different types of trees take even longer to dry out. For more information check out our frequently asked questions
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It is important to get your chimney swept at least once a year if you regularly use your fire, and more often if you are a heavy user. If you are unsure when the chimmey was least swept; be safe and call an experienced sweep straight away.
It doesn't matter if you have a woodburner, multifuel stove, an AGA, gas or open fire or have a flue rather than a chimney, it still needs to be regularly swept. More about our chimney sweep services
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Its starting to get cold now and soon will be too wet or icy to get on your roof to fit cowls or bird guards, and consequently more expensive so book us in soon if you need one. If you didn't get your chimney swept in Summer, then now is a good time to book in so that you are ready to light the fire when it gets cold.
Its a busy time for sweeping now, don't panic however, you can book online for this year and also for next Summer so that you can avoid the rush next Winter. Its also an expensive time of year if you are thinking of installing a logburner, wait until the new year if you can!
It's finally here and the birds are going crazy building their nests in any place they can find. Keep an eye on the chimney in case they choose to move in with you. If you are worried get your chimney capped or a cowl fitted.
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Its now nesting time, so keep an eye on your chimney if you do not have a birdguard fitted as our fluffy friends like to build their homes in them. Its also time to get your chimney and roof checked out incase they need any maintenance or repairs.