Jackdaws love nesting in chimneys and that can be a problem.
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.
Birds trapped in chimneys suffer a slow death.
How much of a danger does carbon monoxide pose to passengers travelling on aeroplanes?
They tragically died of CO poisoning while attempting to reverse a Mercedes-Benz car into a protective plastic bag
Hookah or Shisha pipes can carry a real risk of carbon monoxide (CO) poisoning if they’re used in unventilated, closed-off rooms
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.
Chimney sweeping may have a rich folklore heritage but its importance lies predominantly in what the trade is all about: saving lives
WOOD pellets seem harmless enough but if they are not stored correctly - they could kill you.
An increase in chimney fires in January concerns firefighters.
Make sure your chimney is in good form before you buy, arguably via your own professional survey. Any solid fuel appliance also needs a review.