Welcome to SweepSmart, an independent chimney sweeping company
covering London, Essex and Hertfordshire.
As a HETAS approved member of the 'Guild of Master Chimney Sweeps' we have been professionally trained and assessed in all aspects of solid fuel. SweepSmart has passed the vigorous assessments needed to become a 'Which? trusted trader' and have achieved the rank of Master Sweep with the Guild.
For a full list of our specialist services please scroll down and click the link if you would like to learn more.
If you have any questions you can contact us here.
Chimney sweeping is vital to ensure your fire is safe to use and working efficiently.
At SweepSmart, we are experienced in providing chimney sweeping services to both residential and commercial clients, using the very latest technology. Whichever type of chimney you have, and no matter how old it is, we will leave your home and chimney perfectly clean.
If you have recently moved into a property and do not know the history of your chimney or are reinstating a fireplace that has not been in use, it is important to test the integrity of the flue.
We use specialist equipment to establish whether a chimney will be safe and not leak potentially dangerous gasses into rooms above or into an adjacent property.
CCTV Chimney Surveys, are a quick, clean and effective way to identify a problem.
We use the latest equipment to record high quality footage of your chimney and provide you with a detailed report highlighting any issues and the appropriate solutions.
A Stove is a great addition to any hearth - it looks fantastic and is a green way to heat your home efficiently and economically.
At our sister company StoveSmart we offer fireplace and stove installations along with flue lining and a comprehensive after-sales option.
Having birds or other pests in your chimney can lead to dangerous blockages, chimney fires and infestations.
The correct chimney terminal is essential for your appliance to work safely and efficiently.
How will a working fire benefit your home - Here’s all the reasons you’ll benefit from opening up your fireplace.
A fireplace in your house can potentially be very dangerous – but it doesn’t need to be. Read our latest blog for some general safety tips