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Chimney sweep services london:  Tools of the trade

Professional chimney sweeps companies in London are often some of the best equipped. Chimney sweeping is now a competitive business with various trade associations promoting their members.

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Chimney sweep services london:  Tools of the trade

  1. 1. Chimney sweep services london: Tools of the trade So just what do we use to clean your chimneys? Professional chimney sweeps companies in London are often some of the best equipped. Chimney sweeping is now a competitive business with various trade associations promoting their members. London chimney sweeps have to find their target market and will have to compete with other chimney sweeps in the same area as they operate. Longo gone are the days a brush and a bucket. Chimney cleaning is a high tech Business. London chimneys can be very old and need yearly maintenance. Here are the common tools you will see the modern chimney sweeps use around London.
  2. 2. Brushes and Rods – You knew that one! They may have been updated through the years, but the look of these is about the same. And you wouldn’t believe the number of attachments there are to help clean off deposits and clear away blockages (hooks, screws, wheels…). Torch – To get a good look inside the chimney and inspect for problems. Plus of course we have the other tool: knowledge, so we can identify issues with the flue lining and know when properties need chimney relining. Camera – High tech! But crucial to get up close and spot any damage that may require chimney lining or flue relining. Ladder – And a head for heights! Obviously ladders are as big a part of the job as rods and brushes. We play it very safe on the rooftops. Obviously we take care not to damage anything, but more importantly we never tackle anything we are not comfortable with safety wise. Goose – No, really! Victorian sweeps used to send geese down chimneys so that their wings would dislodge the soot. ‘The blacker the bird, the cleaner the chimney.’ Thankfully we leave the poor things alone these days. Vacuum System – Well, you don’t want soot all over the house now, do you? Over the years the equipment has got more and more sophisticated in allowing us to do our job well and with minimal disruption to clients’ property. Whether it’s cleaning soot from the chimney/hearth or filtering soot from the air in the room, we can’t say you won’t see any mess, but we’ll keep it down! See more at : http://chimneyservice.co.uk/

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