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GUILD CERTIFIED

CHIMNEY SWEEP

Tony Tennant

Tony Tennant

Flat 11, The Ferns, 44 Peabody Road, Farnborough, Hampshire, GU14 6EY

GUILD CERTIFIED

CHIMNEY SWEEP

We are a local family run business, all our sweeps are fully trained with The Guild of Master Chimney sweeps and Hetas. We have invested in the latest top tier sweeping technology, techniques and equipment ensuring the most effective sweep is completed. We are striving to improve Industry standards and ensure safeguarding. We use Traditional Brush and Rod, and Rotary Power Sweeping, and also offer service, repairs and maintenance, Bird nest removal, CCTV chimney and Drone aerial inspections. We also sweep Historic and Thatch properties having been trained, accredited and certified by The Guild of Master Chimney Sweeps. All our sweeps carry public liability insurance, they have also undergone full DBS checks, SC cleared for sensitive properties.

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AREAS COVERED

We cover the following areas: North Hampshire, Surrey including Farnborough, Farnham, Ash, Aldershot, Fleet, Frimley, Guildford, Godalming, Shalford, Shere, Bracknell, Camberley, Deepcut, Bagshot, Sandhurst, Wrecclesham, Crowthorne and Wokingham.

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SERVICES

  • Advice
  • Bird Nests Removed
  • CCTV Inspections
  • CO Alarms Supplied
  • Historic / Thatched Property Approved Sweep
  • Power Sweeping
  • Stove & Fireplace Service / Maintenance
  • Stove Repairs

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10 Things To Ask Your Sweep On Their Next Visit

A wood burning stove gives you the choice of opting for a carbon neutral, renewable, and sustainable domestic heat source. Here are 10 things to ask your chimney sweep on their next visit to help you find the best way to achieve efficiency and low environmental impact with your woodburner or fire.

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Useful tips and advice to help you get the most our of your wood burner or open fire.

Getting it right

By following the best operation practices for your Wood burner, you can save money, reduce polution and prevent the risk of a chimney fire, which are all key considerations for the safety and efficiency of your appliance.

Carbon Monoxide Awareness

If you have an Open fire or Wood burning stove, you should invest in a Carbon Monoxide Alarm, as it will provide a warning of any hazardous gases that could enter your living space, helping to protect you and your family.

Service and Maintenance

It is very important to service and clean your Open fire and Wood burning stove regularly to ensure its safe and efficient operation. Ask your local certified sweep to provide a comprehensive service, including inspection, cleaning, and maintenance of your appliance.

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