Nigel Spinks on 01473 780920 or 07889379009
HETAS approved wood burner installer
Experienced chimney sweep
Lucky mascot for weddings
Wood Burners Fitted
Wood burners are fabulous ways to heat your home and water in atraditional way and now with a modern twist.
As an approved HETAS installer Chim Chimney ensures not only a top quality, safe and efficient installation but the work done with old fashioned service with a smile.
Chimney Sweep The Traditional Way
By using proven methods going back 150 years your chimney will be swept efficiently, with minimum fuss or mess.
Rods and brushes work well and I use a contemporary hi-tech powerful British-made vacuum cleaner to ensure your chimney flue is as immaculate as possible.
This prevents soot entering the room and the fire place is then sealed ready for immediate use.
Many insurance companies require a certificate to prove your chimney has been cleaned to a requisite standard and as a member of the Guild of Master Sweeps, this is provided as part of the service.
Gas Flues swept
Chin Chimney offesr this service to customers who are having a gas fire installed / removed. The appliance must be disconnected before sweeping by a registered gas safe fitter.
Available seven days a week for your convenience
Book A Lucky, Lucky, Traditional Chimney Sweep For Your Wedding
Legend has it that a chimney sweep at your wedding brings good luck, going back to pagan times when it was a sign of fertility.
The tradition was given extra credence more than 200 years ago when a London sweep saved the life of King George 111 after he courageously brought to a halt a team of out-of-control horses galloping away with the royal carriage.
The sweep was called to King George's daughters wedding and he made a royal decree all chimney sweeps were the bearers of good fortune and should therefore always be treated with respect.
Your Chim Chimney sweep will get your marriage of to a good start by shaking hands with the groom and giving the bride a lucky kiss.
It is regarded as a prestigious sign when a sweep attends a wedding, so much so Prince Philip left Kensington Palace on the morning of his wedding to Princess Elizabeth so he could clasp hands with a passing sweep.