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NFRC revised edition of the Householder’s Guide to Flat Roofing

  • 19 Jun 2015

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Front cover of the latest version of the Householder’s Guide to Flat Roofing

THE HOUSEHOLDER’S GUIDE TO FLAT ROOFING

Working in conjunction with the Liquid Roofing and Waterproofing Association (LRWA) and Single Ply Roofing Association (SPRA), the National Federation of Roofing Contractors has published a revised edition of the Householder’s Guide to Flat Roofing.

The publication has become an invaluable tool for home and property owners by providing them basic knowledge on the design, materials, construction and maintenance of flat roofing.

This latest edition brings all this information up to date, to be in line with current best practice and materials.

Visit the NFRC website via the link below to download your free copy.

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