Chimneys that are not regularly swept can cause serious and very dangerous problems
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You can’t see it, taste it or smell it but CO can kill quickly without warning. maintained or that are poorly ventilated. Levels that do not kill can cause serious harm to health if breathed in over a long period. In extreme cases paralysis and brain damage can be caused as a result of prolonged exposure to CO. Increasing public understanding of the risks of CO poisoning and taking sensible precautions could dramatically reduce this risk.
Chimneys should be swept at least once a year, depending on use. Where logs are used the chimney should be swept twice a year. Some signs of a chimney fire are red-hot particles falling from the chimney into the hearth, a roaring fire in the chimney or a chimney breast too hot to touch. If a chimney fire is not dealt with promptly it may spread to the rest of the house.
If you suspect a chimney fire, call the Fire Service immediately. Some people believe the Fire Service charge to attend chimney fires – this is not true!
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