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The Chimney Keepers



Rob Erskine

Robert Erskine

48 Buxton Road, Weymouth, Dorset, DT4 9PN



The Chimney Keepers are based in Dorchester, Dorset.  It’s owned and operated by Master Sweep Robert Erskine.  Rob delivers a friendly, professional service across Dorset, East Devon & South Somerset.  Registered with The Guild of Master Chimney Sweeps, traditional brushes and sweeping equipment are used to ensure your chimney is clean and safe to use.

Why choose the Chimney Keepers?

  • Power sweeping
  • Certified Chimney Sweep with The Guild of Master Chimney Sweeps
  • HETAS approved
  • Safety certificates issued
  • You will receive a yearly reminder that your chimney is due a sweep. Or 6 monthly reminder if required.

The strict guidelines set by The Guild & HETAS mean that Rob is required to adhere to tough safety standards.  His equipment, knowledge and expertise allow him to fully assess the safety of your chimney and determine whether it is safe to use (or not!).  Once your chimney has been fully inspected & swept, a smoke test is required.  Providing your chimney passes, you will be issued with a safety certificate which you can then use (if needed) for insurance purposes.


Dorchester, Weymouth, Beaminster, Bridport, Yeovil, Sherborne, Axminster, Chard, Lyme Regis, Shaftesbury, Blandford Forum, Gillingham.


  • Advice
  • Bird Nests Removed
  • CCTV Inspections
  • Commercial Chimney Sweeping
  • Power Sweeping
  • Stove Repairs
  • Weddings Attended

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