With around 20 years experience in chimney cleaning in Auckland we are well placed to keep your home safe from the potential hazards associated with open fires.

We will help maintain a safe and warm environment for you and your family. When dealing with fire the old rule “It’s better to be safe than sorry” is never more true.

Help us make your home safe with a regular annual chimney sweep as this is the best and cheapest preventative maintenance that you will get.

The 2016 Health and Safety at Work Act has had a major impact on our chimney sweeping services. We no longer do roof work without scaffolding and a safe work platform provided by the homeowner. Most solid fuel fireplaces can be successfully swept from below unless there is a blockage at the top.

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Basic Fireplace Safety!

  • Ensure you have a firescreen
  • Do not leave your home with the fire still burning!
  • Use well-seasoned firewood to avoid excessive soot build up
  • Make sure an adult is responsible for the fire
  • Have your chimney or flue cleaned regularly
  • Install smoke detectors

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For further information on the products and services that we provide please continue to our Products and Services page.

If you have any questions please view our FAQ's section.

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