Only 5 days left till Christimas, Clean chimney and service heating

There is only 5 days left till Christimas, make sure to have your chimney cleaned not only so that santa can come down but also because you may be more likely to have solid fuel fires burning over the Christmas. It is important to have your chimney cleaned regularly to prevent the soot which deposits on the inside of the chimney from catching fire. If you are looking for a chimney sweep on Tradesmen.ie all you have to do is fill in your contact information on the ‘Get Quotes’ page and select ‘cleaning service’ beside ‘Tradesman Required’ drop down box.

Also, be sure your heating system is serviced and doesn’t break down during the Christmas holidays. To get your heating system serviced all you have to do is fill in your contact information on the ‘Get Quotes’ page. If your heating system is ‘gas’ you need to select ‘gas fitter’ beside ‘Tradesman Required’ drop down box and if your heating system is oil, solid fuel or geothermal you can select ‘heating contractor’. There is also an option available for ‘solar panels’ which will covers service or installation of solar heating systems.

Here’s hoping that you have a warm and happy Christmas:-)

All the Best,

Regards,

Oliver Dempsey

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