All NACS Chimney Sweeps have been trained at its national centre and are assessed by their regional master sweep for the standard of work carried out, knowledge of the current regulations and the amount of equipment carried. All members have to be fully insured.
Depending on what fuel used and type of appliance affects how often the flue needs to be swept.
A high moisture content in wood and coal increases the amount of soot and creosote (tar) deposits in the flue, creating a potential blockage which can lead to Co2 entering your home. In spring, it is prudent to have your cowls and chimneys checked for bird nests, as birds like Jackdaws can easily fill three quarters of a flue when building a nest.
|Smokeless Fuel||At least once a year|
|Wood||Every three months if used all year round|
|Bituminous Coal||At least every six months|
|Oil and Gas||Once a year|
As stated on the Cleveland Fire brigade web site
Rooftop Chimney Sweep
33 Cattersty Way
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