OK, so a lot of this stuff is common sense but then again none of us are born knowing everything.
Here's What Our Customers Are Saying
A brief outline of our Services and Prices
- Open Fires
- Stoves – Wood Burners & Multi-Fuel
- Cookers & Boilers (flue sweeping)
- Gas & Oil Flues
Bird’s Nest Removal
Our standard price for sweeping a chimney or stove flue is just £65.
There are occasionally a few factors that may impact on the standard price.
Please check full details which you will find on our prices page.
A Little Bit About Us
Clean & Go is a local family business established in 2001 and operated by me, Ben, and my wife Esther.
We love living and working in Bath and have really enjoyed building up a loyal customer base, as well as getting to know many new clients along the way.
"We're a modern chimney sweeping business with traditional family service"
Why choose us to sweep your chimney?
This gives you a rough idea of the areas we cover
By the way, if you live in Bristol then we’d highly recommend that you contact Steve @ www.sweptclean.co.uk
We're busy sweeping chimneys in:
Bradford on Avon,
Peasedown St John,
And all the areas in between and nearby!
So how often should you get your chimney or flue swept?
A lot depends on the type of fuel you are burning. See the list below:
- Smokeless coals: At least once a year
- Wood: At least once a year
- Bitumous [house] coal: Twice a year
- Oil: Once a year
- Gas: Once a year
Another factor is how often you use your fire or stove.
If you use it more than a few times a week over the burning season you my well require a sweep half way through.
Do you have a stove?
Many people incorrectly assume that stoves with a stainless steel liner do not need to be swept. This could prove to be a costly mistake. For safety and efficiency, regular sweeping is essential to remove deposits that can build up eventually blocking the flue.
Choosing a Chimney Sweep
5 Steps to getting your chimney swept
A SWEPT chimney is a SAFER chimney
The alternative service to calling us to sweep your chimney. The Avon Fire & Rescue website has some really useful information.
Call 01225 830073 to book an appointment
What am I allowed to burn?
The City of Bath is in a Smoke Control Zone. Check if you are in the zone [map] and what you can burn by following this link to the Bath & North East Somerset website.