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Don‘t Take The Risk, Get Your Chimney Swept - 03/05/2016
So it’s officially summertime and whilst were all hopefully enjoying the fabulous weather, don’t forget about having you heating appliances and chimneys serviced and swept in readiness for the next cold spell. Do it while you remember and reduce the chance of a soot fall or dampness in the flue as the soot absorbs moisture from the air and be safe in the knowledge that (and it always happens) when the autumn suddenly arrives you don’t have to find a sweep in a hurry because that is when the sweeps have their busiest time of year, sorting out chimney problems and blocked flues and you could well wait several weeks for an appointment.
The following information will help you understand the issues and dangers involved in something that is easy to overlook in the busy lives that we all lead.
To help prevent chimney fires
* Use seasoned woods only (dryness is more important than hard wood versus soft wood considerations)
* Build smaller, hotter fires that burn more completely and produce less smoke
* Never burn cardboard boxes, waste paper, or Christmas trees.
*Burn Recommended fuels only and never use your fire as a waste paper bin.
* Use only recommended fuels for your appliance and flue type (If you are unsure check your manufactures instruction or ask your stove supplier)
* Comply with building regulations and make sure that the person undertaking any work on the chimney, flue or appliance is competent and qualified.
* Make sure that you have a regular sweeping program in place.
* Make sure you are aware of the frequency that your chimney must be swept in order to comply with your insurance policy.
Clean chimneys don't catch fire. Make sure a Guild Certified Chimney Sweep inspects your solid fuel appliance, and cleans the chimney and recommends repairs whenever needed.
Your sweep may have other maintenance recommendations depending on how you use your fireplace or appliance.
Guild of Master Sweeps recommends that you call a certified guild sweep, since they have passed their training and assessment and their understanding of the complexities of chimney and venting systems is vast.
Smokeless coals: At least once a year
Wood: Up to 4 times a year
Bitumous coal: Twice a year
Oil: Once a year
Gas: Once a year
If you have any questions, we would be more than happy to answer them, you can find our details here.
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