Best Practice Guides

The FIS Best Practice Guides are an essential guide to selection, planning and installation in these specialist areas. They are designed to give an overview and support understanding for all involved in the process.

Top Fixings and Suspended Ceilings

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Installation of Suspended Ceilings

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Installation of Partitioning

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Maintenance and Access into Suspended Ceilings

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Installation of
Drylining

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Servicing Operable Walls

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Firestopping of Service Penetrations

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Recommendations For The Safe Ingress of Plasterboard

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Did you know?

FIS maintains a technical team which work with the industry to set standards and to support members, specifiers and clients.

These publications are available to download for FIS Members, if you a non member, please email your details to info@thefis.org with details of your business and reason for requesting the document and we will be in touch.  

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