British Flue and Chimney Manufacturers' Association

Part of the Federation of Environmental Trade Associations Ltd, the British Flue & Chimney Manufacturers' Association is the trade Association for factory-made chimney products.

c/o Federation of Environmental Trade Associations (FETA)
2 Waltham Court
Milley Lane
Hare Hatch
Reading
RG10 9TH
UK
Website: www.feta.co.uk/bfcma/index.htm
Email: info@feta.co.uk
Tel: 0118 9403416

Documents by this publisher

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Series details Title Year Status
Commercial flue guide 2016 Green
General guidance on the selection and installation of flues and chimneys for wood burning and multi fuel appliances in residential properties 2015 Red
General guidance on the selection and installation of flues and chimneys for wood burning and multi fuel appliances in residential properties 2017 Green
Guide to choosing and using flues and chimneys for domestic gas burning appliances 1995 Red
Guide to choosing and using flues and chimneys for domestic gas burning appliances 2000 Red
Guide to choosing and using flues and chimneys for domestic gas burning appliances 2007 Green
Guide to choosing and using flues and chimneys for domestic solid fuel and wood burning appliances 2007 Amber
Guide to choosing and using flues and chimneys for domestic solid fuel and woodburning appliances 1994 Red
Guide to choosing and using flues and chimneys for domestic solid fuel and woodburning appliances 2001 Red
Guide to flues and chimneys for biomass appliances 2015 Red
Guide to flues and chimneys for biomass appliances 2016 Green
Installation guidelines for wood burning and multi fuel appliances 2015 Red
Installation guidelines for wood burning and multi fuel appliances 2016 Green
IP 1 Rendering a new chimney 1998 Red
IP 2 Chimneys in thatched properties 2002 Amber

 

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