To understand the role that NARM has played, the company has looked back over developments in roofing and roof safety over the last century.
Kestrel approved installers can now fit a job today and guarantee the materials on the spot, courtesy of its new app which can give homeowners a 35-year extended guarantee.
At the heart of NARM is its influential Technical Committee, comprising leading experts in the design, manufacture and application of rooflights across all sectors.
Stamford Hill, a mixture of residential apartments, office and retail units in North London, features a combination of Ketley bricks and Dreadnought roof tiles, creating a contemporary design.
Marley Eternit has released an innovative Batten End Clip, designed to make dry verges easier for roofers install, in accordance with the new British Standard.
VELUX has announced the first of its much anticipated series of ‘Design a Brighter Future’ breakfast events for construction professionals will take place on 6th June.
Kemper System recently played a key part in the refurbishment of a London penthouse, providing its Kemperol 2K-PUR waterproofing membrane.
Waterproofing products supplied by Triton Systems have been used to waterproof eight, eco-friendly, new build homes, which feature panoramic views across the coastline and city of Sunderland.
Aggregate Industries’ Building Products team has supplied 1,200 square metres of its Bradstone Crofters roofing tile to the eco-friendly Midcounties Co-operative supermarket in Gloucestershire.
Sika Sarnafil’s newest flat roofing innovation is a unique ‘peel and stick’ self-adhered single ply membrane which does not require a primer.