Man Anchor Fall Arrest system

Triple skinned Polycarbonate rooflight

Kingspan TR27 100mm insulation

Subsidiary Items


With the current rise in gas and electricity bills, more people are looking at the options of increasing their roof insulation to try and reduce their fuel costs. Around half of all heat lost in a typical home is through the walls and roof. Understandably then it is worth investigating whether your roof is insulated to the current Part ‘ L’ building regulations of ‘Conservation of Fuel and Power’. Insulating your roof is a simple and effective way to reduce your heating bills.

The government therefore are offering certain grants, to try and encourage more people to reduce their heat loss and create more energy efficient homes. If insulation is improved to comply with current regulations in conjunction with roofing works, the VAT rate is applicable at 5% instead of 20% for all works carried out including waterproofing.


The main purpose of a rain gutter is to protect a building’s foundation by channelling water away from its base. They also help to reduce erosion, prevent leaks in basements and crawlspaces, protect painted surfaces by reducing exposure to water, and provide a means to collect rainwater for later use.

Rain gutters can be constructed from a variety of materials, including cast iron, lead, zinc, galvanized steel, painted steel, copper, painted aluminium and PVC.

Water collected by a rain gutter is fed, usually via a downspout, from the roof edge to the base of the building where it is either discharged or collected.

Technical specifications

  • Rainwater systems suitable for domestic, commercial and conservatory applications.
  • High-capacity systems requiring fewer downpipes.
  • Round and square downpipes available.
  • Sustainable, long-life guttering, which is 100 per cent recyclable.
  • Unique colour-match promise across our entire range of products including windows, doors and conservatories as well as fascias, soffits and guttering.
  • Supplied with 10-year guarantee.


CP Roofing offer a wide range of high quality, professionally built, bespoke, frameless, shaped rooflights and traditional lanterns otherwise known as sky lights or roof windows. We can tailor them to suit all building styles or to fit your individual designs be it traditional or contemporary.

Featuring sleek designs and flush edge-to-edge glazing, we offer rooflights that combine unique properties with frameless, minimalist appearance to complement modern architecture and interiors perfectly. Designed entirely from the specifier’s point of view, the rooflights merge unobtrusively with the roof.


CP Roofing is a registered installer of the reputable Man Anchor System. Man Anchor are leaders in the design of custom built fall protection systems We supply and install anchor points, static lines, shock absorbing lanyards, overhead rails, permanent rails, walkways and handrails.

The Man Anchor- anchor point system utilises shock absorbing 316 stainless steel anchors which provide secure attachment points to a large number of surfaces when working at height. The system has been developed and extensively tested with ultimate safety in mind and offers complete peace of mind for those using it. The design allows for a substantial range of movement for personnel, allowing them to work unhindered on the most precarious of surfaces. It significantly reduces force into the structure, allowing for attachment to light gauge structures. The one piece drop forged anchor point contains no welds for complete solidity


Electronic leak detection (membrane integrity) testing.
Thermal imaging (cold bridge/leak detection) testing.
Roof inspections/surveys with written reports.
Production of NBS specifications.
Wind up-lift calculations.
Roof drainage capacity.
Condensation risk analysis and ‘U’ Value calculations.
Cut to fall/tapered insulation schemes.