NACE is recognised within the roofing industry for controlled services, (chimneys, flues and combustion appliances) statutory compliance, consumer safety, fire risk and workmanship expertise.
It is a not for profit independent organisation that provides both the professional and consumer with engineering expertise and compliant methods relating to chimney lining/relining, flue and chimney alteration, new build design and construction.
NACE is also a member of the Construction Industry Training Board that supports the associations NVQ Level 2 in Chimney Engineering.
NACE aims to remove fire risk from domestic environments, increase safety standards and educate operator/end users with regard to the lowering of air pollution as a direct result of burning wood and coal products.
Stacey Ward, Membership Manager, BSRIA, said: “It is fantastic news that NACE has come into BSRIA membership – and at corporate level. NACE offers the general public direct access to their register of skilled chimney engineers and to their technical/legal data base for professionals and consumers who require technically competent industry expertise or assistance with non-compliant workmanship.
“NACE will be able to utilise the expertise of BSRIA and the know-how in this team, it is very much hoped that NACE will play a prominent role within the BSRIA membership family and engage with our networking events.”
Howard Cane, CEO, NACE, said: “NACE is delighted to have joined BSRIA membership. I hope by joining BSRIA we may jointly provide our industry with necessary industry training opportunities in areas such as; Business Administration, Contract Consumer Law, Technical Competence, Fire Risk & Consumer Safety, Period Property Renovation as well as a route to achieving NVQ Chimney Engineering status.”