Price is per standard sized flue and opening that is attached to a flue liner and smaller open fires found in many homes. This includes a full sweep carried out to national standards and the issuing of an insurance industry-recognised Certificate.
These are multi fuel stoves and log burners which are typically installed into masonry or clay flues without a liner.
It is more labour intensive and therefore more expensive than a standard sweep.
Some gas fire flues can be swept without moving the unit. You can usually tell by looking up the chimney and being able to see a void. However, if you cannot see a void, or the opening to the flue is narrow (long and thin like a letterbox or just with a couple of round holes) this usually means the unit needs to be disconnected before gaining access to the flue. This MUST be carried out by a registered gas engineer before we can carry out a sweep.
These are usually found in large, older properties including stately homes and homes of local, historical interest.
This will depend on the size of the opening into the room. Usually this means anything over 2m in width.
We can also supply and fit new stove glass, firebricks and baffle plates. Prices vary depending on the make of stove – please enquire for more details.
Bailey Stoves undertakes regular contract work for local authorities, landlords and licensed premises. As HETAS Approved Sweeps, we are also able to issue Landlord/Agent Safety Records. Please get in touch to discuss your specific requirements.
This chemical treatment is applied to flues which have large deposits of tar or creosote. The removal of these deposits is essential because using the flue while in this condition could cause chimney fires. Tar and creosote must also be removed before fitting a liner.
if fitted while already at your property. Otherwise a charge of £40 would be applicable.