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Simon Rooney

Simon Rooney

Holmlea, The Leazes, Burnopfield, Tyne and Wear, NE16 6HT



Hi everyone! spread the word. There is a new sweep in town and he is pretty damn hot!
I am a member of The Guild of Master Chimney Sweeps. Guild sweeps undertake an extensive training and assessment process. Training is based around the most comprehensive training manual in the UK.
I use modern high-tech equipment and techniques to give the best quality sweep for you. As part of a professional organisation I must adhere to a best practice code. This assures that you receive a safe, effective, clean sweep. You can also guarantee the certificate issued after the sweep will validate your house insurance.
Also, I’m not just a chimney sweep, I pride myself in giving excellent service. As a professional chimney sweep I can offer you vital information on how to use your appliance most efficiently therefore minimising costs and reducing environmental impact.
I sweep all types of fires and flues. I can diagnose problems associated with your chimney or stove, provide maintenance and carry out any repairs.
I am based in Kip Hill, Stanley I am available to sweep in Co Durham and Tyne and Wear.
Please don’t hesitate to contact me for a quote


Newcastle upon Tyne, Durham, Sunderland and Tynedale

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