Is chimney height important? At Billing Chimneys we’re are constantly reiterating the importance of chimney safety. A key aspect of this is that a chimney or flue should create sufficient draft to take away the harmful gases created by the fuel burned by open fires and appliances. The efficiency of this draft is affected by… Read More »
Is it possible to have a wood burner with no chimney? With Billing Chimneys’ many years of experience, we get asked lots of questions about chimneys and stoves, and some crop up again and again. One of these is, ‘Do I need a chimney for a wood burning stove?’ The simple answer for many is… Read More »
If you own a property with a chimney, you may ask yourself the question, do I need a chimney inspection? The answer is yes, it’s essential that it’s kept in good condition and is well maintained. In this article we explain the reasons why your chimney should be inspected on a regular basis, what happens… Read More »
In this article learn about the dangers of carbon monoxide, where to place carbon monoxide detector and comply with building regulations along with discovering what the symptoms of carbon monoxide poisoning are and what to do if you suspect carbon monoxide poisoning. Danger of Carbon Monoxide Carbon monoxide is a dangerous gas that has no… Read More »
Billing Chimney proudly supported Chimney Fire Safety Week 2017, raising awareness of safe chimney use. This year we provided seven tips to help prevent chimney fires, these are: Test your smoke alarms monthly. Get your chimney inspected regularly. Make sure your chimney is swept according to the type of fuel being used. Use the appropriate… Read More »
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