Our mission statement

To promote Trade members to gain more work and through this achievement to help Supplier members to sell more products and collectively to achieve quality installation.

James Talman, Chief Executive of NFRC

The NFRC is the largest and most influential roofing trade association in the UK, promoting quality contractors and quality products, ensuring that is members are at the forefront of all roofing developments.

NFRC actively ensures that all members offer high standards of workmanship and sound business practice through a strict code of practice and vetting procedure, including site inspections and adhering to the Government endorsed standards. The Federation also offers training services, technical advice, and represents member interests to the wider construction industry and Government.

NFRC Manifesto 2017

The National Federation of Roofing Contractors (NFRC) urges the incoming government to agree to support its campaign to professionalise the UK roofing industry specifically related to its two principle objectives:-

  • Support for an accredited roofing sector, enabling through assessment those employees with existing skills, knowledge and experience, to be officially recognised, to provide a foundation for upskilling existing workers, and to launch a career path for new entrants and apprenticeships.

  • The future Government’s commitment to using only accredited roofing professionals on all public funded projects and to encourage uptake across the overall built environment.

The NFRC is committed to raising the profile of the roofing industry with a concerted campaign to garner support from the future Government and key stakeholders. With your support, we can realise accreditation for our sector which will ensure healthy future prospects for your company and the industry at large.

Click here to read the full NFRC Manifesto.

(NFRC Chief Exective, James Talman presenting a copy of the Workforce Development Strategy report to Rt Hon Michael Gove)
NFRC Chief Executive James Talman presenting workforce development strategy report to Rt Hon Michael Gove