Avoid the red tape

Ultraframe has LABC and LABSS certification, along with components that are BBA approved.

Approvals by these bodies means that a project featuring an Ultraroof is easier for the builder or installer, as much of the red tape is already taken care of, and they can also reassure the homeowner that the roof system being used is independently accredited to perform past minimum regulatory requirements.

Ultraframe marketing director Alex Hewitt said: “The BBA Agrément Certificate is a mark of excellence based on rigorous national and European standards that validate a construction product’s quality, technical capabilities and uniqueness. This is a mark that is known to many homeowners – especially those interested in home improvements – and so is a great selling point for installers and builders when explaining the merits of Ultraroof to a homeowner.

“Ultraframe has worked closely with the BBA for over 25 years since our Glass Roof first gained the accreditation. More recently we have worked with the BBA to approve our Ultrapanel technology which we also use on house roofs and I am delighted that Ultraroof is now the only solid roof on the market to feature BBA approved Ultrapanel technology.

“We are also proud to hold both LABC and LABSS approval for England/Wales and Scotland respectively. These approvals allow building control departments right across England, Wales and Scotland to quickly and easily access the technical information they need about Ultraroof when considering a Building Regulation (or Scottish equivalent) application.”