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Put sweeping appointments in your diary for 2019

YOU are likely to have all sorts of plans for 2019 – changes to the home, holidays, commitments to relatives, etc.

YOU are likely to have all sorts of plans for 2019 – changes to the home, holidays, commitments to relatives, etc.

It’s a strange time of year when we think positively but are also aware of our responsibilities.

Sweeping your chimney may not be at the forefront of your mind but it’s so, so important.

Why not get your diary and call your local Guild sweep to schedule your next appointments in the year ahead? Remember that regular sweeping lessens the risk of carbon monoxide poisoning and out-of-control fires. Some insurance firms also like to see a sweeping certificate as part of home insurance deals.

It’s easy to contact your local Guild sweep via the Find a chimney sweep directory.

The new year will pass quickly so please don’t delay. Keep your household safe this new year and get in touch with your local sweep today. He or she looks forward to hearing from you.

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