Jackdaws love nesting in chimneys and that can be a problem.
Bees nesting in chimneys are a common problem that we in the chimney industry are all familiar with. When bees swarm out of a hive it is their natural way of dividing a colony.
Birds trapped in chimneys suffer a slow death.
How much of a danger does carbon monoxide pose to passengers travelling on aeroplanes?
They tragically died of CO poisoning while attempting to reverse a Mercedes-Benz car into a protective plastic bag
Hookah or Shisha pipes can carry a real risk of carbon monoxide (CO) poisoning if they’re used in unventilated, closed-off rooms
Cleaning the inside of a chimney flue and removing creosote is a major part of your Guild sweep’s work. Yet it would be entirely inaccurate to say that is all it entails.
Chimney sweeping may have a rich folklore heritage but its importance lies predominantly in what the trade is all about: saving lives
WOOD pellets seem harmless enough but if they are not stored correctly - they could kill you.