Roofing and the circular economy

As the construction industry increases its focus on circular building practices, Katie Prestidge, from Marley Eternit, discusses the need to reduce waste and increase re-use in the roofing sector

Technical troubleshooting: Dry verge systems

As the NHBC issues new guidance for installing dry verge systems, Gavin White, technical product manager at Marley Eternit, gives advice on how to overcome common fixing problems

Fibre cement: key questions

As the use of fibre cement slates continues to grow, Phillip Wallis, technical team manager from Marley Eternit, answers some of the most common fixing queries

Raising roofing standards

Gavin White, technical product manager at Marley Eternit, argues that more needs to be done to ensure consistent use of BS 5534 across the industry and explains why a campaign to get the standard included in the Approved Documents to the Building Regulations is good news for contractors

Technical talk

From the use of fibre cement slates with breathable membranes, to concerns about low pitch roofs with longer rafter lengths, Phillip Wallis, technical team manager from Marley Eternit, answers some of the latest queries from roofing contractors

Shingles – it’s all in the label

By Sarah Buchanan, marketing product manager at Marley Eternit

On the verge of a dry fix revolution

With dry fix becoming the industry norm, Gavin White, technical product manager from Marley Eternit, says there should be more focus on system quality

What’s in store for the roofing sector in 2017

By Sarah Harding, marketing director at Marley Eternit

“Full roof systems – why choose one?”

By Gavin White, product manager from Marley Eternit

Reducing the risk and cost of on-site cutting

This month marks four years since the introduction of controlled cutting guidance to protect roofers from exposure to silica dust. Steve Bryceson, technical manager from Marley Eternit, warns this is still a serious issue today and explains why he feels fibre cement slates can help to further reduce the risk and cost of on-site cutting