We want every Guild Member to be as successful as possible. To do this we are continually evolving our member services and are always at the forefront of any changes or legislation in the marketplace. The Guild is run by very experienced members who have a thorough understanding of the industry. Perhaps more importantly, they understand how to support you in your business.
Becoming a member of a forward thinking co-operative organisation puts you at the forefront of the industry. Being better trained and informed ensures your customers are better served, which means your business works better for you.
Continuing support and prominent advertising on the Guild website will help your business thrive. Strong leadership and innovative member services from a social and co-operative organisation mean you can feel proud to belong.
With benefits like these, we know that the customers of Guild sweeps are the safest, cleanest and happiest chimney owners in the country. They are more likely to recognise your value, more likely to book you again and more likely to refer your services to others.
If you would like further information you can visit the Guild of Master Chimney Sweeps website, or get in touch with one of our team:
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Radio 4 presenter Steve Carver’s documentary on the run up to Christmas following a Cambridge Chimney Sweep!