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Bird’s Nest Removal throughout Derbyshire

As well as sweeping chimneys across Derbyshire, we also offer other services including the removal of birds nests in Chimneys – call 01332 824212

Blocked chimney?

You might be surprised at the reason why your chimney has become blocked!  Bird’s building nests in chimneys is a common chimney problem in rural Derbyshire.

A potential hazard

Whether you reside in an inner city or rural location, birds notoriously like to nest in chimneys, especially if your system has not been in use for some time. Whilst this may appear to be a safe haven for the bird and its new family, it presents a potential hazard for you and your family.

Not just birds!

Birds nests are not the only problem though. Other animals can get into chimneys such as squirrels, bees & wasps. Left unresolved, active unwanted guests within your chimney can lead to fire or the build-up of dangerous gasses.

Professional Removal and Rehoming of Bee’s Nests too!

At A.S. Chimneys, we specialise in bird nest removal but have also successfully removed and re-homed Honey bee colonys.  We ensure that safety is always a priority and that we will leave you with a clean and safe chimney to use.

Our team is highly professional and experienced and can remove any animal or bird’s nest from your chimney system, we also supply and fit cowls to prevent any future problems.

Prevention is better than cure…

Our business practice is based on preventative maintenance. It is much more cost-effective for our customers to have their chimneys cleaned and inspected annually identifying any potential problems which may prove potentially hazardous to the customer. Annual inspection and cleaning is relatively inexpensive and will prolong the life of your system.

For example: we will advise you if a chimney cowl or guard is fitted to your chimney and if not, we can install one. Bird guard cowls are a simple and effective solution which will allow the smoke to release from your chimney but prevent unwanted visitors from accessing the chimney through the stack.

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