The Rooflight Association

The Rooflight Association: Rooflights & Fire Regulations – what you need to know

  • 29 Apr 2024

The Rooflight Association has published a series of ‘Quickguides’, covering the fire rating requirements for use of rooflights in buildings for each of the four devolved UK nations.

The new Quickguides provide clear information on the current fire rating classification requirements for internal walls and ceilings, and roof coverings, which apply to rooflights. They also include guidance on the allowances and restrictions relating to the use of thermoplastic rooflights.

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Stuart Middle, Rooflight Association Director and Technical Committee representative, says: “These new documents form part of our on-line technical library of Quickguides and Technical Documents, allowing specifiers free access to key information.”

As the trade association representing the rooflight industry, The Rooflight Association is the UK’s pre-eminent independent provider of rooflighting technical information.

The four new Quickguides 10EN, 10SC, 10NI and 10WA, can all be downloaded free of charge.

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

Click here to  visit The Rooflight Association's website

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