Free and impartial advice

The Rooflight Association website and publications provide extensive free and impartial advice regarding all aspects of rooflights and the benefits of daylight. Rooflight Association officers and members are happy to expand on this advice where appropriate. The Rooflight Association Technical Committee is staffed by volunteers and as such, support and advice is offered freely.

The Rooflight Association is not able to carry out visits to sites or specific projects. We do not carry out surveys, produce project specific written reports or conduct forensic investigations in the event of disputes or problems. Such work should be carried out by independent specialist roofing consultants, and The Rooflight Association is able to recommend such consultants where required.

Rooflight Association members all comply with the Rules of the Association and abide by the our Code of Conduct, including ensuring that all Rooflight products are fully compliant with all relevant UK and European Standards and UK Building Legislation, and that all performance claims are verifiable. In the unlikely event that a complaint should be made to The Rooflight Association with evidence that a member’s products or claims do not comply with our Code of Conduct, The Rooflight Association will carry out an internal investigation and take appropriate action to resolve the situation.