Underlaying differences

Gavin White, product manager from Marley Eternit, warns contractors that not all underlays have the same performance levels and gives advice on what to consider when choosing a membrane

Post-Brexit: Regulations & standards

Steve Bryceson, technical manager from Marley Eternit, discusses the impact of Brexit on construction regulations and standards

Weighing up the benefits of fibre cement

As the house-building sector looks towards faster methods of construction to increase volumes, Charlotte Hughes, product manager from Marley Eternit, discusses the advantages of fibre cement slate as a lightweight roofing and cladding material for offsite construction

Hydrate in the heat

With roofers needing to drink as much as five litres of water a day in hot weather, Katie Prestidge, from Marley Eternit, explains why we should all be taking hydration on site more seriously this summer

Filling the gap

David Cassell, training manager from Marley Eternit, discusses the widening skills gap in the construction sector, plus explains why he feels mobile technology can help improve access to roofing experience and knowledge

A quick fix for house-building challenges

Steve Bryceson, technical manager from Marley Eternit, discusses what challenges the house-building sector still faces as it seeks to further increase output

Quality and quantity

Following the launch of technical guidance for the new Home Quality Mark, Gavin White, product manager from Marley Eternit, discusses the new voluntary standard and its potential impact on the roofing and cladding sector

Vertically challenging

Steve Bryceson, technical services manager at Marley Eternit, looks at the growing trend towards using clay roof tiles and fibre cement slates for vertical application, and discusses the benefits for contractors in offering a full envelope solution, including easy-to-install cladding products

For Bim’s sake

With just over three months to go until the Government’s 2016 BIM deadline, Rob Daniel, technical and BIM coordinator at Marley Eternit, advises that specialist contractors shouldn’t just do BIM for BIM’s sake, but should first assess their own business and individual project needs as well as making the most of free resources and training

Setting the standard for dry fix systems

With a new Dry Fix Standard set to be launched following concerns about inconsistencies in quality between systems, Gavin White, product manager from Marley Eternit, discusses the implications for roofing contractors and how purchasing dry fix systems from an established manufacturer can help them get ready for the new Standard.