Mentioned so many times, it has been. Safety and security is of paramount importance to the chaps who provide you with your next small wood burning stove. Or if you are from the old school, very much attached to all things inherited and part of your heritage, these same gentlemen will be exercising care and attention to detail when servicing and repairing your old wood burning stove, all the while advising you on the latest safety and security requirements.
For many years qualified inspectors have been doing their rounds. What they have been doing is providing their clients with fully comprehensive inspection reports. With their certificates, clients all have their peace of mind. This peace of mind comes from knowing that you have relied on experience and expertise to ensure that your old small wood burning stove is indeed still safe to use. The same safety standards apply for new installations. Routine inspections are always necessary in any case.
The main reason for this necessity is, of course, always your safety. Such services come in good use when you are placing your home on the market or are on the hunt for a new development, somewhere new to start again and call home. Home is where the heart is. And the heart feels good when it knows it is truly safe. Today, many insurance companies are insisting upon a fireplace inspection before they grant clients new or renewed domestic insurance cover.
Years of experience behind the belt, skillful know-how in tow, the necessary inspections are valid and practically implemented, so much so that the inspectors can well advise initiates on how to better take care of their homes without having to delve into complex jargon, tantamount to just throwing the papers away in the garbage bin.