As an ICS (Institute of Chimney Sweeps) member we work to a very high standard and have public liability insurance.The primary job of a chimney sweep is to aid in the prevention of chimney fires and reduce the risk of dangerous fume emissions from blocked heating applications, flueways and chimneys.
Modern chimney sweeping is an efficient and clean process with no mess and fuss, done with industrial vacuum and brushes, when we have swept your chimney a smoke tested will be carried out and your chimney you will be issued with a Chimney Safety Certificate recognised by all leading insurance companies which is a necessary compliance for your house insurance.
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Why you should have your chimney swept
Regular sweeping is vital to remove blockages and soot. This prevents fires and allows deadly combustion gases to be safely vented through the chimney. Clean chimneys burn more efficiently, which will save you money, as well as helping to preserve the environment.
How Often Should I Sweep My Chimney?
Smokless Coals : Once a year
Wood : Twice a year when in use
Bitumous Coal : Twice a year
Oil : Once a year
Gas : Once a year
Thatched Roofs : Twice a year
Carbon Monoxide is a silent killer: it is colourless, tasteless and does not smell. Even low levels of Carbon Monoxide can lead to permanent ill-health or death, especially in children. The early symptoms of Carbon Monoxide poisoning can easily be mistaken for 'flu. They include nausea, headaches, tiredness, dizziness and pains in the stomach or chest. Look out for sooting or staining around your appliance: it is a sign of inadequate venting of gases.
It is vital that appliances are properly installed as well as serviced, and are sufficiently ventilated. We also strongly recommend the installation of a carbon monoxide detector in your home,
Areas covered by our Chimney sweeping Service
Please note these areas are our principal working areas, however we can and do travel further. If you are in any doubt please give us a call
We provide a Chimney Sweep Service in the following areas:
• Hereford • Brecon • Rhayader • Builth Wells• Crickhowell
• Talgarth• Hay-on-Wye• Llanwrtyd Wells • Llandrindod Wells
and surrounding areas