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  • National Society of Master Thatchers – National Society of Master Thatchers
    Thatchers What we do can be broken down into two main categories for the people that we help Thatch Owners and Master Thatchers Thatch Owners The current Read more Find a Thatcher We have thatching members throughout England and Wales All have to pass a stringent vetting procedure to become a member ensuring that the quality of work is of the highest standard You can be sure Read more Become A Member You may be asking what you get for your subscription Well apart from the knowledge that you are a member of the country s leading group of thatchers you get support from a team of experts who have Read more A Brief History The Society was first established in 1967 and its original name The National Society of Master Thatchers Associations reflected the basis of the membership By 1977 it was realised that individuals wished to be recognised as Master Thatchers in their own right A new constitution was drawn up and the name changed to the National Society of Master Thatchers The name was changed again to its current form in 1998 when the Society became incorporated as a Limited company this reflects the changing times and is a necessary strategy that protects the personal liability of the Society s executive officers Read More Mission Statement To encourage support and advance the craft of thatching and allied crafts To promote an understanding of Thatch and Thatching To encourage and strictly uphold a high standard of craftsmanship and business integrity To negotiate with official bodies on behalf of member thatchers To protect thatched properties through risk management and sharing of information To investigate and promote the development of new sources thatching materials To act as unbiased intermediary in a dispute between members and their clients To be the
    https://www.nsmtltd.co.uk/ (2016-04-29)

  • Find a Thatcher – National Society of Master Thatchers
    Thatcher What We Do Guide to Considerate Site Practice Fire Risk Management Fire Prevention Advice How Long Will A Thatched Roof Last Climate Thatching techniques are designed to keep water out Location Quality Pitch and Aspect Algae Moss and Lichen Premature decay by white rot organisms What is being done Gallery Latest News Publications Find a Thatcher We have thatching members throughout England and Wales All have to pass a stringent vetting procedure to become a member ensuring that the quality of work is of the highest standard You can be sure that you are accessing a registry that includes the best thatchers in the country If you would like to join as a Full Member Associate Member or even support us as a Friend of NSMT please use the forms below CAUTION We are seeing an increasing number of thatchers advertising themselves as being registered members of The National Society of Master Thatchers Ltd when they are NOT They are using our logo on their websites vans and paperwork to mislead those hiring them into believing they are registered with us If they do not appear in the Find a Thatcher by name drop down box below They are
    https://www.nsmtltd.co.uk/find-a-thatcher/ (2016-04-29)

  • What We Do – National Society of Master Thatchers
    designed to keep water out Location Quality Pitch and Aspect Algae Moss and Lichen Premature decay by white rot organisms What is being done Gallery Latest News Publications What We Do As the National Society of Master Thatchers What we do can be broken down into two main categories for the people that we help Thatch Owners and Master Thatchers Thatch Owners The current generation of thatch owners has high expectations for the longevity and appearance of thatch and these are not always realistic It is essential to understand thatch and to manage expectations in providing an explanation of how this organic material behaves without giving the impression that thatch owners face a string of problems A renaissance in thatch popularity has led to an increase in the number of thatched buildings on new developments Attention to good design provides an opportunity for modern craftsmen to put their own mark along the thatching time line and to manage the risks associated with fire Advice for Thatch Owners Fire Risk Management Fire Prevention Advice Master Thatchers Membership of the Society is through proposal and sponsorship by an existing member followed by peer review This entry procedure ensures that the very highest
    https://www.nsmtltd.co.uk/what-we-do/ (2016-04-29)

  • Guide to Considerate Site Practice – National Society of Master Thatchers
    rot organisms What is being done Gallery Latest News Publications Guide to Considerate Site Practice In order to keep a high level of respect of NSMT members are asked to observe the following site practice guidelines Consideration Everyone affected by the project should be advised before work starts neighbours etc Nuisance caused by deliveries traffic and parking should be minimised Diversions should be clearly signed with special attention paid to the needs of those with sight hearing and mobility difficulties Environment Every effort should be made to reduce reuse and recycle waste Materials should be obtained from sustainable sources and local resources used where possible Appearance The site should be doing all it can to create an image of which the industry can be proud The site perimeter the offices and all welfare facilities should be clean tidy and well presented Waste rubbish and litter should not be allowed to accumulate Dusty operations should be managed to minimise any inconvenience Good Neighbour The site manager should interact proactively with residents and neighbours throughout the project to inform them about site activity and to pre empt and avoid complaints Any complaint should be logged and handled positively to achieve a satisfactory outcome for all concerned Respectful Everyone on site should help to create a positive image and maintain respectable and safe standards of dress and behaviour Improper conduct and language should be subject to disciplinary action Safety Daily safety meetings must be held and systems should be in place so that construction work is carried out with care and consideration for the safety of the public as well as for those visiting and working on site All persons must be vigilant and report any breach of Health and Safety to the responsible manager without delay Materials All materials must be stored
    https://www.nsmtltd.co.uk/what-we-do/guide-to-considerate-site-practice/ (2016-04-29)

  • Fire Risk Management for Thatched Roofs – National Society of Master Thatchers
    Will A Thatched Roof Last Climate Thatching techniques are designed to keep water out Location Quality Pitch and Aspect Algae Moss and Lichen Premature decay by white rot organisms What is being done Gallery Latest News Publications Fire Risk Management for Thatched Roofs Every year around eighty thatched properties in England experience a devastating fire Although fires break out less frequently in thatched homes than other dwellings fire in thatch is particularly destructive The prevention of fire in thatched buildings particularly those that are of historic importance is a vital challenge for today s conservators Owners and prospective purchasers of thatched properties should address the question What are the Chances of This Property Catching Fire The reassuring answer is very unlikely providing that care and understanding are applied with equal vigour With care 90 of all fires in thatched properties are avoidable simply by understanding and managing the risk Too many fires occur and too often they occur in recently refurbished properties where the risk could have been designed out The majority of thatch fires occur between September and Easter and coincide with cold snaps and holiday periods Most thatch fires start adjacent to a working chimney A thatch fire
    https://www.nsmtltd.co.uk/fire-risk-management-for-thatched-roofs/ (2016-04-29)

  • Become A Member – National Society of Master Thatchers
    Become A Member Members Area Latest News Publications Members News Contact Us Home Become A Member Find A Thatcher Home Find a Thatcher What We Do Guide to Considerate Site Practice Fire Risk Management Fire Prevention Advice How Long Will A Thatched Roof Last Climate Thatching techniques are designed to keep water out Location Quality Pitch and Aspect Algae Moss and Lichen Premature decay by white rot organisms What is being done Gallery Latest News Publications Become A Member How to apply for membership Subscription Fees Application Process Apply Members News Membership Become A Member You may be asking what you get for your subscription Well apart from the knowledge that you are a member of the country s leading group of thatchers you get support from a team of experts who have developed and working on just a few of the following Forms to help you run your business effectively Apprenticeship scheme Trials of new varieties of cereal straw Research into material handling Access to advice for customers and thatchers Support in the event of dispute Website Members Area All this and more is happening behind the scenes We want to do more and we can with your support
    https://www.nsmtltd.co.uk/become-a-member/ (2016-04-29)

  • How to apply for membership – National Society of Master Thatchers
    We Do Find a Thatcher Become A Member Members Area Latest News Publications Members News Contact Us Home Become A Member How to apply for membership Find A Thatcher Home Find a Thatcher What We Do Guide to Considerate Site Practice Fire Risk Management Fire Prevention Advice How Long Will A Thatched Roof Last Climate Thatching techniques are designed to keep water out Location Quality Pitch and Aspect Algae Moss and Lichen Premature decay by white rot organisms What is being done Gallery Latest News Publications Become A Member How to apply for membership Subscription Fees Application Process Apply Members News Membership How to apply for membership Apprentice Membership You need to apply in writing stating your age qualifications sex and who you are working for You may also be interested in joining the NSMT apprenticeship scheme Friend of NSMT Apply in writing stating your interest in NSMT Associate Membership Apply in writing stating your company and your position in the company along with the number of your employees Full Membership Apply in writing stating name and address Provide details of four recent jobs including customers name and address and photos Please note that your customers may be contacted Subscription
    https://www.nsmtltd.co.uk/become-a-member/how-to-apply/ (2016-04-29)

  • Subscription Fees – National Society of Master Thatchers
    What is being done Gallery Latest News Publications Members News Contact Us National Society of Master Thatchers National Society of Master Thatchers Home What We Do Find a Thatcher Become A Member Members Area Latest News Publications Members News Contact Us Home Become A Member Subscription Fees Find A Thatcher Home Find a Thatcher What We Do Guide to Considerate Site Practice Fire Risk Management Fire Prevention Advice How Long Will A Thatched Roof Last Climate Thatching techniques are designed to keep water out Location Quality Pitch and Aspect Algae Moss and Lichen Premature decay by white rot organisms What is being done Gallery Latest News Publications Become A Member How to apply for membership Subscription Fees Application Process Apply Members News Membership Subscription Fees Apprentice Membership Friends of NSMT Associate Membership Full Membership Annual Subscription 25 35 per person 200 200 Free Magazine Vote at Meetings Discounts at seminars Access to training People Eligible Trainees Friends of NSMT Businesses Individual Thatchers Period of membership years 1 up to max 4 1 1 1 Apply Today Connect on Twitter My Tweets Recent Posts The botanical relationship of wheat Triticum and Triticale in the production of thatching straw Comparison of lifespans
    https://www.nsmtltd.co.uk/become-a-member/fees/ (2016-04-29)


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