Norfolk’s professional chimney sweep – 07900 294 466
Welcome to the website of Mark Wheeler Chimney Sweep! Serving Fakenham, Swaffham, Dereham,Norwich Kings Lynn and Norfolk as a whole…
I am an experienced, fully qualified and insured chimney sweep working across North Norfolk with a reputation for offering a clean, reliable and honest service.
My services cover both routine annual sweeps as well as helping to resolve any other issues your chimney may have.
So if your chimney is causing you problems, or even if you just need a routine clean, I have the expertise and experience to handle any task – big or small.
I am able to locate the cause and then solve any chimney or fireplace issue effectively; From bird’s nest removal to leakages. I also carry out a smoke test once your sweep is completed to ensure the job’s been done to the highest standard. I’m also fully equipped to carry out CCTV inspections.
It’s important that you have a fully functioning and efficient flue that meets the current home insurance requirements. It’s also important to remove any health risks presented by chimneys that have not been swept or present other obstacles to delivering the best all-round experience.
My local work area is set out below……
Wells Next Sea
… I am happy to cover all other areas in Norfolk (see map below) – if unsure please feel free to call on 07900 294466 or drop me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
I offer a clear pricing structure with no nasty surprises! Contract work is also welcomed and all work is fully insured. I will personalise my service to your business needs.
•Free smoke test
•Power Brush and vacuum sweeping using the latest brushes from Rodtech/UK www.rodtech.co.uk/
•All fire places unblocked including wood burning stoves, open fire places, Jet masters and Aga flues
•All chimneys swept are issued a certificate backed by the institute of chimney sweeps
Catering for the following businesses:
•Schools and hotels
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