We now have a member of staff who is a fully qualified member of the National Association of Chimney Sweeps (NACS).
Gary Payne has been with our company for 6 years. As a fully trained sweep, Gary ensures all work carried out is in accordance with the NACS code of conduct.
Dust sheets and floor runners are always used in all households to help keep floors and furniture clean. A visual inspection of the chimney / flue is first carried out before sweeping commences.
It is Recommended that:
Households that burn Coal (or non-smokeless fuels) and wood should have chimneys swept every 6 months
Households that burn smokeless fuels should have chimneys swept once a year
Although the Chimney Sweeping service is currently in high demand, we advise our customers to get their chimneys swept before the busy winter burning season starts. Please call us on (01623) 750106 or (01623) 722628
We offer Manual & Power Brushing & Vacuuming of your Appliances
All types of appliances swept from wood burning stoves to period Inglenook.
Fully insured to sweep all Open Fires and Stoves burning wood, coal or oOil
We provide friendly clean professional service guaranteed to please
All work carried out in accordance with the NACS code of conduct
Excellent reduced rates for existing Syson’s fuel customers
How The Chimney Sweeping Process Works
The appliance is sealed to help prevent soot from escaping out into the room. Here, a foam seal is being inserted into the stove.
Using a power drill and highly flexible rods, the power brushing begins.
Power brushing removes much more of the soot deposits from the chimney than manual brushing, but is not suitable in every case.
When the chimney has been swept, the soot is then removed from the appliance both manually…
…and with a high pressure vacuum cleaner. Any remaining soot deposits around the appliance are also removed with the vacuum.
a smoke evacuation test is carried out to ensure the chimney is free from any blockages. And an external check to confirm smoke is flowing freely.