The aim of the Professional Roofing and Waterproofing Association (PRAWA) is to enhance the roofing and waterproofing industry in South Africa by providing contractors and clients with comprehensive resources and valuable information. PRAWA strives to create an environment where knowledge sharing and continuous improvement are the driving forces behind industry growth. By offering a wide range of resources such as educational materials, maintenance guidelines and industry standards, PRAWA empowers contractors to enhance their skills and stay updated with the latest industry practices. Furthermore, PRAWA facilitates communication between contractors and clients, ensuring that clients are well-informed about best practices, product options, and project specifications. Through its dedication to fostering a culture of collaboration and innovation, PRAWA plays a vital role in elevating the roofing and waterproofing industry, ultimately benefiting both contractors and clients alike.

The importance of using accredited training

Tips on Iron Roof Maintenance

Maintaining an iron roof in South Africa requires regular care and attention to ensure its longevity and optimal performance. 

Tips on Tiled Roof Maintenance

Maintaining tiled roofs in South Africa is essential to ensure their longevity and performance.

Why is it important not waterproof valleys shut on a roof

It is important not to waterproof valleys shut on a roof because valleys serve a crucial purpose in directing water flow and preventing water from pooling or accumulating on the roof.