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Originally founded in 1979, LRWA aims to raise awareness of the technical and financial benefits of specifying liquid-applied roofing & waterproofing systems and to establish product and installation standards to ensure that optimum performance is achieved.

LRWA members are devoted to best industry practice. With the aim of supplying and applying systems to a client’s full satisfaction, advice can be obtained either centrally or from individual member firms. Our aim is to educate and inform specifiers, contractors and the industry as to the properties, correct applications, installation methods and aftercare of liquid waterproofing systems.

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    • LRWA VIRTUAL CHARITY CHALLENGE IS A ROARING SUCCESS

      September 11th, 2020

      The Liquid Roofing and Waterproofing Association (LRWA) has revealed the winners of its Virtual Dragon Team Challenge – an event which has raised thousands for mental health charity, Mates in Mind. Teams of up to 11 people from across the industry were challenged to walk, run, cycle or swim as far as they could in […]

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    • NFRC SAFETY ALERT -CLASP Buildings and their Increased Fire Risk

      September 9th, 2020

      A recent roof fire which destroyed a school in Long Eaton, Nottinghamshire has highlighted concern of the fire performance of lightweight system-built schools, particularly in CLASP1 schools. CLASP (Consortium of Local Authorities Special Programme) ran from the 1950s until the 1980s with the purpose of developing a method of building, which did not rely on […]

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    • SPECIFIERS: YOUR NEW GUIDE TO LIQUID WATERPROOFING

      August 31st, 2020

      The versatility of liquid applied systems means they are now a leading solution for both new build and refurbishment projects. Advances in technology has brought new products to market that can be used for a huge variety of applications, including balconies, walkways, green roof terraces, and pedestrian trafficked podium roofs. With more specifiers now turning […]

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    • DRAFT BUILDING SAFETY BILL OPEN FOR COMMENTS

      August 20th, 2020

      The draft Building Safety Bill takes forward the Government’s commitment to fundamental reform of the building safety system. The draft was published on 20 July 2020, and is now open for comments, welcoming submissions of evidence, views and observations. New protocol within the Bill include having a nominated individual – an ‘Accountable Person’ – responsible […]

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    • INDUSTRY DEVELOPMENTS WEREN’T ON HOLD – AND NEITHER WERE WE

      August 20th, 2020

      The Covid-19 crisis may have put normal life on hold over the last few months, but it hasn’t stopped key developments across the roofing sector. Dame Judith Hackitt’s Independent Review of Building Regulations and Fire Safety is driving change that is affecting all those in the construction supply chain. And it is only a matter […]

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