It is recommended by the Guild of Master Chimney Sweeps , HETAS and the Fire Service that you get your solid fuel open fire, oil /gas fire, or multifuel stove's chimney / flue swept at least once a year.
If you have just moved in to a new house you should arrange a chimney sweep before you use the fire.
How often should you sweep your chimney? Read our simple guide.
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, seen here in the photos, that can cause a dangerous and costly chimney fire and lethal carbon monoxide poisoning.
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 the frequently asked questions on our sister site GTD Installations Ltd
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 regular user. If you are unsure when the chimney was least swept; be safe and call an experienced sweep straight away.
We have been sweeping chimneys since 1991 and will supply you with a certficate of sweeping along with your receipt. HETAS certificates are also offered.
It doesn't matter if you have a woodburner, multifuel stove, a kitchen range, oil, gas or open fire or have a twin-wall flue rather than a chimney, it still needs to be regularly swept.
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From chimney capping to jackdaw removal to open fire installations. Take a look at the varied work we have completed in the last few years
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Signs of new plant life indicate that Spring is here. If you have been using your stove or fire every day since September, its time to book in a second sweep espcially if you have a steel liner in your chimney.
The birds are now starting to nest, so if you see Jackdaws hanging around by your chimney, keep an eye out for twigs in the hearth as you may need a cowling fitted to stop them nesting.
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"Great service, will be booking in again for next year."- Andy Letchworth