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Good Quality Chimney Brush Kit

Posted by gamountains (My Page) on
Mon, Mar 1, 10 at 8:53

I figured there must be some experts in here. Maybe I'm taking work from the locals but I ain't paying $150 for twenty minutes of work again.... $ 50-75 I would pay. Heck even attorneys don't get that much here. They're great guys but this is the Great Recession!

Seeking a good quality setup for a 6" diameter wood heating stove flue pipe. I've seen some online but question the quality. Some say "professional use"

Any tips appreciated. You can view some pics here.

http://cabininthemountains.blogspot.com/2008/12/olde-town-chimney-sweep.html


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