Rooflight Case Studies from NARM

Rooflight technologies explored in new case studies

  • 14 Sep 2015

The National Association of Rooflight Manufacturers (NARM) has published the first in its series of case studies exploring rooflight technologies, which are now available to download from its website.

The case studies are published on behalf of NARM’s member companies, representing a wide variety of rooflight types and technologies.

Reference for rooflight installation

NARM’s committee intends to build a reference point for rooflighting installations as more case studies are added, further supporting the comprehensive technical guidance material which is contained on the website.

The first three case studies demonstrate the diversity of NARM’s membership: Insulating GRP profiled rooflights by Hambleside Danelaw at a B&Q ‘eco-learning’ store in Merthyr Tydfil; a glass ridgelight at Gloucester Services on the M5; and a modular flat glass rooflight at St. Catherine’s College, Cambridge

The latter two installations were carried out by Glazing Vision.

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