NARM

NARM welcomes a new member company

  • 10 Jan 2020

NARM, the National Association of Rooflight Manufacturers, has welcomed The Standard Patent Glazing Company as a new member.

Based in Dewsbury, West Yorkshire, the Standard Patent Glazing Company was founded in 1902, making it the longest established patent glazing company in the UK.

With 29 employees involved in design, manufacture and installation of modern through to heritage patent glazing solutions for large and small projects across the whole of the UK, it remains a respected market leader in its field.

Standard Patent Glazing Directors Darren Lister and Jonathan Llewellyn recently attended a meeting with NARM at which mutual goals were discussed and the Companys membership confirmed.

Darren Lister commented: “Many of our competitors have fallen by the wayside over the last 100 years so we must be doing something right! We believe that joining NARM will allow us to consolidate our technical knowledge in respect of building regulations, non-fragility, BIM and other relevant topics.

Jonathan Llewellyn added: “NARM provides an excellent fit with our current and future business requirements. My primary focus is on health and safety and I have a particular interest in educating main contractors regarding the correct handling of rooflights on site.”

Jim Lowther, NARM Chairman, said: “We are delighted to welcome The Standard Patent Glazing Company to our ranks. Their commitment to high standards of quality, workmanship and safety are entirely in line with NARMs ongoing mission.

“We look forward to working together and welcome further membership applications from quality rooflight suppliers.”

The Standard Patent Glazing Company takes NARMs membership to 20 leading companies, further underpinning the Associations position as the recognised voice of the UKs rooflight industry. 

For further information, please contact NARM using the contact details on our website, where you will be directed to the appropriate person.

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