Now a chimney sweep no longer needs to dread a call regarding a bird’s nest, with the Rodtech power rotary birds nest remover they will be able to dispose of a nest with minimal fuss, UK manufactured for use within clay liners and unlined flues, to be used with the 15mm chimney rods.
Combine the Birds nest remover with the rotary power mid rod head for the ultimate results, the mid rod will follow the main head preventing the falling debris reforming within the flue, giving the user peace of mind that the job is done.
The chimney bird nest remover MUST NOT BE USED IN STAINLESS STEEL LINERS
This product comes with warnings and guidance on its safe use. You must read the manual before using this product and for a better understanding of what you can and cannot do with this equipment, as its misuse can cause damage.
The strands on the bird nest remover are made of stainless steel, and have had the tips welded for safety and longer use of the product. This product should remove a bird nest with ease. The birds nest remover is also useful in the removal of tar deposits particularly in clay liners and unlined flues.
Because the strands are made of stainless steel they can unwind and will be sharp! Handle with caution as these can cut and leave metal splinters if handled without care!
The Rodtech Click range offers high quality products designed for power sweeping, manual sweeping (hand sweeping), drain cleaning and duct cleaning via an adapter standard chimney cleaning brushes, drain cleaning ends and duct cleaning brushes can be fitted to the click system meaning that there is no twisting the rods together and them getting locked which makes the sweeping process much quicker. The rods are solid and the ends are crimped to the rods making the best quality available.
"Just finished at this manor house which dates to the 15C. I quoted it blind as it was a distance away. 11 fireplaces, 10 nests ranging from 15m down to 7m and one full of old coal soot. It transpires the fires havent been looked at for about 50 years. Thank god for the rodtec kit, thats all I can say, cant imagine fishing away with a small brush and a nest hook. Thats not all of it, they got a skip in after I filled up the space in the garden for the compost heap. Those Jackdaws had put some seriously big sticks down the holes as well."