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Colt High Top Chimney Cowl & Bird Guard – The High Top Bird Guard is designed to prevent unwanted bird and animal entry and to reduce the potential for clogging by soot or debris.

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The Colt Top High Top Bird Guard is designed to prevent unwanted bird and animal entry and to reduce the potential for clogging by soot or debris.

  • Fits all flues 150-250 diameter
  • Corrosion resistant, 1 inch mesh
  • Exceptional product quality
  • Strap fixing kit included made from stainless steel
  • Powder coated in non corrosive terracotta paint
  • Suitable for all fuels.

Weight 2 kg
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3 reviews for Colt High Top Chimney Cowl and Bird Guard

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  1. admin

    Fantastic product just what the job needed.

  2. admin

    Product quality and design excellent and easy to install on my chimney.Has not effected flu draw on my wood burner installation. Very satisfied.

  3. admin

    Very good quality

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