Cost-effective Chimney Sweeping Services

When was the last time you had your chimney serviced? Let our team give you peace of mind with top-quality chimney sweeping services.

A chimney clogged with soot and debris can pose health and safety issues. A clean chimney, on the other hand, not only increases efficiency but also reduces the risk of chimney fires.  

Without proper maintenance, your chimney is more exposed to moisture buildup, which can cause structural damage like cracking, corrosion, and mildew growth. Professional chimney sweeping services can inspect and solve any issues that shorten your chimney’s lifespan.

Cost-effective Chimney Sweeping Services

Benefits of Regular Sweeping

Reduces fire-related incidents

Most chimney fires result from the natural build-up of creosote and other tar-like substances that can burn at high temperatures. Regular chimney maintenance will remove combustible debris and reduce the risk of fires.

Extends chimney life

Although chimneys are generally designed to be tough and durable, they\'re far from invulnerable. Soot and debris can hide cracks and other chimney damages that are not visible at first glance. 

Conducting routine sweeps and inspections can identify any structural issues that need to be addressed immediately. They can prolong the life of your chimney system and ensure that it is in optimal condition.

Prevents smoke damage

Too much debris will clog your chimney and prevent the smooth flow of smoke. When the chimney system is blocked or becomes too narrow, smoke can enter your home through your fireplace, threatening your health and the safety of your property.

Cost-effective Chimney Sweeping Services

How often should your chimney be cleaned?

  • Smokeless coals – At least once a year
  • Wood – Twice a season
  • Bitumous coal – Twice a year
  • Oil – Once a year
  • Gas – Once a year
  • Biomass Boilers — Every 6 months

How often should your chimney be cleaned?

  • Code C1 (\'Danger Present\') - Anybody using the faulty installation is at risk. A repair must be performed as soon as possible. A qualified person must ensure the installation will be safe to use moving forward.
  • Code C2 (\'Potentially Dangerous\') - There is no immediate threat but the damage is likely to pose a threat in the future.
  • Code C3 (\'Improvement Recommended\') –The damage may not present an immediate or potential danger but would result in a significantly safer environment if remedied.

Examples of Code C1 include exposed live wires that are accessible to human touch and conductive parts that have become exposed.

Examples of Code C2 include the absence or a reliable earthing, and when a metallic pipe is used for flammable liquids like gases.

Examples of Code C3 include the absence of a \'Safety Electrical Connection - Do Not Remove\' sign, and socket outlets mounted incorrectly.

Why choose Prop Cert?

As a member of the Guild of Chimney Sweeps, our team of HETAS engineers has been trained to provide services that comply with the highest industry standards.


Trusted by customers

With over 10 years of experience, most of our projects come from repeat business and positive word of mouth. We are committed to nurturing long-term relationships with our clients throughout the UK. Our goal is to make our customers feel at ease, even in the most difficult or stressful situations, by giving them quick and effective service. 

Safety first

Our process meets necessary health regulations and is appropriately certified to keep you and your property safe. We also use the most up-to-date equipment to clean chimneys of any height in the most professional manner.

Message us at hello@propcert.co.uk to book your chimney sweep today.

Trusted by customers

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