Jackdaws love nesting in chimneys and that can be a problem.
The combination of lockdown and cold weather means people are at home using their fires for many more hours per week. Unfortunately for some, this will result in a potentially dangerous chimney fire.
Bees nesting in chimneys are a common problem that we in the chimney industry are all familiar with. When bees swarm out of a hive it is their natural way of dividing a colony.
Properly maintained fires and chimneys are very safe but a Carbon Monoxide alarm is there to warn you if something goes wrong.
YES, of course your sweep can visit during a lockdown. Restrictions don't apply to tradespeople carrying out work, it's friends and family that are restricted. BUT .....
“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.
Changes to fuels for sale. What does it mean to you?
Birds trapped in chimneys suffer a slow death.
Lucky or what?
This natural firelighter is fast and free!
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...