Liquid Roofing and Waterproofing Association

The Liquid Roofing and Waterproofing Association raises awareness of the technical and financial benefits of liquid applied waterproofing systems and provides independent advice for specifiers.

Roofing House
31 Worship Street
London
EC2A 2DY
UK
Website: www.lrwa.org.uk
Email: info@lrwa.org.uk
Tel: +44 (0) 333 987 4581

Documents by this publisher

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Series details Title Year Status
Code of practice - Specification and use of liquid waterproofing systems for roofs, balconies and walkways 2010 Green
Roof sketch 1 - Built up roof perimeter kerb detail GRP trim 2010 Green
Roof sketch 2 - Built up roof upstand termination detail to pre-cut chase 2010 Green
Roof sketch 3 - Built up roof termination detail to outlet with sump/gutter 2010 Green
Roof sketch 4 - Built up roof insulated upstand to lead flashing 2010 Green
Roof sketch 5 - Built up roof termination detail to perimeter gutter 2010 Green
Roof sketch 6 - Built up roof rooflight detail 2010 Green
Roof sketch 7 - Built up roof termination bar detail to upstand 2010 Green
Roof sketch 8 - Built up roof pipe penetration detail 2010 Green
Roof sketch 9 - Built up roof expansion joint detail 2010 Green
GN 1 Roof, balcony and walkway inspection for the specification of liquid applied waterproofing systems 2010 Green
GN 2 Substrates for liquid applied waterproofing systems for roofs, balconies and walkways 2010 Green
GN 3 Generic types of liquid applied waterproofing systems for roofs, balconies and walkways 2010 Green
GN 4 Roof, balcony and walkway refurbishment using liquid applied waterproofing systems 2010 Green
GN 5 Health and safety provision for liquid applied waterproofing systems on roofs, balconies and walkways 2010 Green
GN 6 Safe use of liquid applied waterproofing systems 2010 Green
GN 7 Specifier guidance for flat roof falls 2012 Green
GN 9 Waterproofing of profiled fibre cement sheet roofing and cladding 2014 Green
GN 10 Waterproofing of metal profiled sheet roofing and cladding 2014 Green

 

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