Do we have to bang an insert?

Do we have to bang an insert?

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Answer: an insert must be swept regularly.

Obviously, all heaters must be swept, including the inserts. At a minimum, you will need to have your insert swept once a year according to the law. Ideally, at least twice a year: the first at the start of winter, the second at the end of winter for example. Perhaps more if your installation poses difficulties. It is essential to use a certified chimney sweep company, and thus avoid any compliance problem. For your safety, it would be wiser to also install a smoke detector in the same room as the insert. Remember to read your insurance contract carefully. Because, without knowing it, you may be subject to certain obligations in order to be covered in the event of a fire caused by your insert at your home ...


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