A new safety bulletin outlining the potential risks of using rooflight safety nets has been jointly published by The Rooflight Association and FASET, the Fall Arrest Safety Equipment Training association.
As the UK’s trade association representing the rooflight industry, The Rooflight Association publishes freely available guidance for specifiers on its website.
The Rooflight Association, formerly NARM, the National Association of Rooflight Manufacturers, recently held it’s first general meeting since the rebrand.
The Rooflight Association (formerly NARM), is exhibiting at this year’s RCI Show in Milton Keynes on 18th and 19th October.
Last year, Hambleside Danelaw published a White Paper which discusses how natural daylight can impact sustainability in the built environment.
NARM’s purpose is to promote best practice in all aspects of rooflight design, specification, installation and maintenance.
Just a year after starting, Boss Building Plastics, the fast-growing building materials supplier, is already moving to a larger site in Lancashire and is soaring with Kestrel…
NARM has appointed three new directors to its board, further strengthening the Association’s position in representing the UK’s rooflight industry.
Helping to create a low energy passive house inspired family home were three Glazing Vision fixed rooflights.
Three Glazing Vision rooflights were key to unlocking the potential of a north-east facing extension.