We can't say that we're the cheapest but nor are we the most expensive.

What we can say is that we are both honest & reliable.

So here are our prices - No hidden charges or nasty shocks, it’s all here, clear & simple…

Appliance Type Up to 3 Storeys (or flue length up to 42ft) Per additional Storey (or additional 9ft)
Open Fire
Stove - flexi-liner or precast flue
Stove - unlined chimney*
Firebox (Jetmaster style)*
Cooker (Aga or similar, flue only)*
Boiler (flue only)
Inglenook fireplace*
From £90
Bird's nest removal
From £110 (including sweep) up to 1.5 hours. Each additional 0.5 hours charged at £30
CCTV overview of chimney / flue
CCTV overview of chimney / flue + video/image files available to download. (price may be higher if many files or editing is required)

What's Included?

  • Each sweep includes a visual inspection of the chimney stack and pot from the ground as well as the visible area of the inside of the chimney.
  • General safety issues such as ventilation and presence of a carbon monoxide alarm are also checked.
  • At the conclusion of every sweep a smoke draw test is carried to ensure the appliance and chimney are behaving as expected.
  • A safety certificate is always issued including any recommendations.


On occasion we come across an unexpected situation that could impact on the final price of a job.  Rest assured that we won’t make any additional charges without discussing the situation with you first.

If it is not possible to unload and load our van reasonably near to the door of your property or the property has to be accessed via multiple steps then we may charge a small access fee for the additional labour involved (usually just £5-£10).  It usually takes two or three trips from the van to get all of the equipment needed into your property.

If you live in a resident parking zone you may wish to put our van on your visitor permit for the duration of our visit.  If we have to pay to park we will pass on the charge at cost.  Where it is reasonable to do so we will try to use free parking.


We do not charge VAT.


*These appliances require additional work if they are to be swept properly.


Call out fee

Unfortunately on rare occasions it is not possible to sweep a chimney or flue – usually because the installation is unsafe but there could be other reasons.  In such cases we may charge a call out fee of £30 to cover the visual inspection and report, if required, as well as our time and travel.


If you are unable to keep a booked appointment please give us as much notice as possible so that we can try to fill your appointment.  If we are unable to gain access to your property for a booked appointment or if less than 48 hours notice of cancellation was given we may charge a discretionary missed appointment fee of £30.

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Coronavirus – Safe Working Procedures

Please ensure that you have read and agree to the following before making a booking or enquiry.

Booking Procedures (If at all possible, please use our online booking request).
When booking please confirm that everyone in your household is free of Coronavirus or associated symptoms for at least 14 days and that no one is Self Isolating or Shielding.
If this changes at any time prior to the sweep you must let us know so that we can reschedule.

Procedures for you to follow:
Open the room windows before, during and after the sweep.
□ All doors to the sweeping location must remain open for the duration of the sweep.
□ The route to the fireplace/appliance needs to be completely clear.
(To prevent unnecessary contact I cannot move furniture)
□ Remove all objects from around and in front of the fire/appliance
□ Any ash or debris should be removed in advance of our visit.
□ Disinfect the fireplace area – hearth, appliance surfaces, doors and handles etc.
□ Leave appliance doors open.
□ A plug socket or extension lead must be easily accessible and switched on.
□ Recommended Social Distancing must be observed at all times during the visit.
□ We will exchange greetings on arrival and then ask you to remain in a separate area of the property.
(I’ll inform you when I’ve finished).

Procedures I will follow:
□ I will wear fresh gloves and a face mask while attending your property.
□ Freshly laundered sheets will be used to cover the working area of your floor.
□ Soot or debris will be bagged and left on site for safe disposal.
(I can place the bag in an outdoor bin if it has open access).
□ I’ll issue a digital certificate. (I’ll not be asking you to sign the certificate via our device).
□ If possible please make payments by BACS. (We will invoice you after the sweep).
□ Last but not least, I’m very sorry but I won’t be able to accept your kind offer of tea, coffee or any other refreshing drink – not this time at least!

Thank you in advance for your cooperation.

CVSWP 06/20