Icotherm roof - Building Control Compliant - supported by MFA

MFA Building Control Ltd gained government approval in 2000 to act as Approved Building Control Inspectors. This enabled them to certify construction projects for Building Regulation purposes, a function historically carried out by local authority building control.

Professional – All applications are dealt with by experienced Chartered Surveyors, who are able to make informed professional judgements.

Consistent – The same surveyor will deal with your project from start to finish, thus ensuring consistent interpretation of codes and level of service.

Fast – Applications are turned around in days. Plans/calculations etc can be submitted online.

Early Dialogue – MFA believe early dialogue is crucial. If issues are resolved at design concept stage this leads to the entire project running smoothly with no last minute additional costs.

Added Value – MFA assist in the building project from initial concept design through to completion, and offer advice that can save our fees many times over.

Commercially Aware – MFA fully appreciate the commercial pressures and constraints their clients work under and have designed their services to reflect this.

Why choose lcotherm?

Our pitched or flat timber framed roofs are highly insulated to transform a conservatory into a truly year-round room. lcotherm roofs are building control compliant, designed to ensure we can produce pretty much any bespoke requirements.

Eco-friendly timber

All our timber is FSC certified (sustainably sourced timber), making for the ultimate green building solution

No tie-bars

The Icotherm gable roof goes where nobody else has gone before, and can be designed without the use of tie-bars or tie-wires, for a less cluttered look.

Meet the team

Dave Jackson


Co-owner and joint MD Dave Jackson set up Icotherm Roof Systems after 20 years in the industry.


Jenny Jackson

Managing Director

Jenny Jackson, MD, took her first step in the home improvement market back in 2005.


Darren Lahera

Continuous Improvement Manager

Darren Lahera joined Icotherm to support the company’s growth by bringing into play his experience in setting up larger manufacturing

Dave Escott

R&D Manager

Dave Escott, R&D Manager, is Icotherm’s CAD expert. If he can’t draw it then it probably can’t be made.


Joe Highwood

Production Manager

Joe has worked at Icotherm from day 1. There is little he doesn’t know about building an Icotherm roof.

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