WE all need people to visit our homes to carry out essential repair and maintenance work.
“JUST OUTSTANDING”. That’s how Guild of Master Chimney Sweeps chairman Lawson Wight described the way professional sweeps are meeting the coronavirus challenges head on.
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Birds trapped in chimneys suffer a slow death.
Lucky or what?
This completely natural firelighter will surprise you.
Sometimes it's ignorance, sometimes it's accidental and sometimes it's deliberate.
If you try to burn sawdust on your stove or open fire you'll be disappointed. It will tend to smother a nice fire and produce lots and lots of smoke. That's a pity if you have lot's of waste sawdust.
To prevent chimney fires, book regular chimney sweeping appointments.
It’s barbecue time right now so here are some yum-tastic tips on how to light a barbecue
'We fight for our girl every day. Every day of her life is a fight' - Chimney Sweep Paul Blinstone
Guild member removed a whopping 14 wheelbarrows of Jackdaw nest.
Cleaning the inside of a chimney flue and removing creosote is a major part of your Guild sweep’s work. Yet it would be entirely inaccurate to say that is all it entails.