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When you have a working chimney within your home that is used on a regular basis, it becomes your responsibility to ensure that it is operated under safe conditions. When a chimney is not regularly inspected and swept, it can … Readmore

Chimneys were once a principal part of the home however due to modern adaptions, not many homes have them installed anymore. Thankfully, a large majority of the buildings within the UK were constructed during the industrial revolution meaning that their … Readmore

Here at Pearson Sweep, it’s only right to assume that we know the ins and outs of everything to do with chimneys which is why we’ve decided to share this knowledge with our readers! After all, there are many things … Readmore

With items that are located outside it is not uncommon for the seasonal changes to create a whole range of different issues. Luckily, the team here at Pearson Sweep know exactly what to look for when it comes to your … Readmore

Ignoring the health of your chimney can have disastrous consequences. From chimney fires to harmful poisonous gases, there are an endless list of reasons to ensure that you have your chimney inspected regularly. In this blog, we’re going to go … Readmore

Having a chimney is very beneficial, particularly during the colder months of the year however it is possible that they can cause dangerous health hazards when we don’t take care of them correctly. It is advised that everyone who has … Readmore

In this modern day and age, we hire a professional to come and ensure the items we have no knowledge about are in full working condition. Take a chimney for example. It’d be safe to assume the vast majority of … Readmore

Everybody knows the stereotypical wedding traditional: something old, something new, something borrowed and something blue- however one tradition that the team here at Pearson Sweep recently stumbled upon included hiring an old fashioned chimney sweep to attend your wedding. As … Readmore

In the UK, chimneys and fireplaces can be found inside the majority of the homes as coal fuelled fires were necessary for all aspects of life. With modern technology and the introduction of electricity in the households, chimneys tend to … Readmore

Carbon monoxide is an odourless and colourless gas that claims the lives of just under 100 people every year. These are lives that can be spared if we all know how to recognise the signs, symptoms and safety measures necessary … Readmore