NRCA has been the professional voice of its members since 1886. With more than 3,600 members, NRCA is the leading authority in the roofing industry for information, education, technical assistance, advocacy, publications, programs and support that help your business grow.
The May issue features how federal and state governments are cracking down on the underground construction economy;
recommendations for roofing contractors who want to provide exemplary customer service; United Materials LLC's
installation of a nature-inspired roof system on the Science Pyramid at Denver Botanic Gardens; an explanation of best
practices for business management; and the five most common mistakes made during slate roof system installations.
Roof Scoop is NRCA's official blog, which publishes timely news and commentary of interest to the roofing industry.
Posts include NRCA's positions on issues and trends in the roofing industry, news stories relevant to the roofing
industry, accomplishments and good deeds of NRCA members and technical information.
From May 2-6, the Occupational Safety
and Health Administration (OSHA) is conducting a voluntary National Safety Stand-down to Prevent Falls in
Construction. The purpose of the stand-down is to devote time during the workday to present a focused toolbox or tailgate talk to
workers about fall hazards. Detailed information can be found by clicking here.
NRCA's Career Center offers portals for employers to advertise
jobs and find workers. Job seekers can view employment opportunities in the roofing industry or view potential employers. The Career Center offers resources for employers, and career information and training resources for job seekers.