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Discussion in 'Air Duct Cleaning Forum' started by Six Figure Solo Cleaner, Nov 14, 2016.
Pros & Cons please...
The actual interior of the chimney or the brick face of the fireplace?
search. there was a guy not long ago on here
I started this thread from My phone earlier.
Was gonna search of certain I got By desktop
No way fat guy like me on a roof! That's why I do floor repairs lol
Looking to do duct cleaning though
The roof is an upsell that that makes a 3 figga ticket into an easy 4 figga ticket.
At least that's what I'm told.
& if it isn't so it most certainly will be in My house.
We actually have a chimney sweep guy here in the desert of Yuma! I've never met him though
My last place had a fireplace was actually pretty cool to chill in front of with the family.
Had mine cleaned on Sat..... DIRTY, DIRTY work...... The guy asked if I wanted to buy his business...... I live in an area with LOTS of fireplaces...... No thanks, I'll pass.......
Gonna watch this thread. I have also been thinking about getting into Chimney cleaning. I use a "truckmaster" to do air ducts. I really wonder if I could use that inside a chimney. They make pretty large brushes.
my friend does it. Its good money but dirty work. A lot of their income is actually from inspections for homes being sold. They will rack up 1500 in a day doing inspections
Guess for you guys in cold country this would be a nice add on
ive never even put wood in my fireplace ! to hot for it here
Too seasonal for me
I did it for 5 years. It's good money. In my area you can do $160 an hour but it's only busy October-March, then nobody thinks about it unless birds or squirrels get in. 99% of them can be cleaned from the bottom. You want to be inside anyways to make sure the vacuum is sucking the dust out of the air. Otherwise you could fill up Mrs. Pilfs house with dust.