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John Upward

John Upward

2 Old School Lane, Wyesham, Monmouth, Monmouthshire, NP25 3PW



Hi I’m Johnny, your local chimney sweep serving Monmouthshire and it’s surrounding areas. As a former RAF Fighter Pilot, I carry forward the same work ethic and attention to detail to continually deliver the most professional service possible.

So why choose me? There’s plenty of alternative sweeps out there. Well, my customers seem to love how passionate and knowledgeable I am about what I do. I certainly see my service as far more than just sweeping your chimney or completing the task you’ve hired me for. I’ll always take the time to have a chat (strong tea and milk please!) and happy to offer impartial advice and share my wisdom and experiences with you.

On top of this, I truly understand the values of trust, reliability, timekeeping and having a total respect for your home. Cleanliness is at the forefront of everything I do and will always push to exceed your expectations.


Monmouthshire, Wye Valley, Forest of Dean, Monmouth, Abergavenny, Ross-on-Wye, Newent, Lydney, Ledbury, Chepstow, Newport, Coleford, Usk, Llandenny, Govilon, Raglan


  • Advice
  • Bird Nests Removed
  • Birdguards Supplied / Fitted
  • CO Alarms Supplied
  • Commercial Chimney Sweeping
  • Power Sweeping


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