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NRCA ProCertification Roof System Installer Certifications

Service and Maintenance Technician

The NRCA PROCertified® Service and Maintenance Technician certification verifies the knowledge and skill of an experienced technician.

Achieving NRCA PROCertification requires meeting specific eligibility requirements and successfully passing a rigorous hands-on skills assessment.

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Earn your certification in three steps:

  1. Create an account and login
  2. Complete an application
  3. Pass an exam

Eligibility Requirements

  • Two years of experience as a service and maintenance technician are recommended but not required for applicants.
  • If an applicant uses a torch in his or her work, he or she must be CERTA-certified or have an equivalent credential from another organization for safely applying torch-related roofing products.

Certification Assessment

To complete this assessment, candidates must submit various forms of media, such as photos and videos of themselves performing specific tasks on a job or mockup via a mobile app (NRCA will provide a link). A Qualified Assessor will review and score the submitted work.

Exam Overview

Overview of Service and Maintenance Technician Exams

Sample Exam Answers

Job Task Analysis

JTAs define the knowledge and skills necessary for a given role. NRCA PROCertification exams are based on the information shown in each JTA.

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PROCertification Application Fees

Option 1: One-time payment
Submit an application and pay the full certification fee. This option is great for those who do not want to be concerned with ongoing payments.

One-time Payment NRCA Member Nonmember

    Initial fee (per applicant)



    Renewal fee (every three years)



Option 2: Recurring annual payments
This option offers an annual fee per certification and is transferrable to another employee. This option is perfect for companies that use transient labor.

Recurring Annual Payment NRCA Member Nonmember

    Annual fee



    Renewal fee



Certification Renewal

To renew your certification, you must complete training within the three-year renewal cycle. Training can take place in a classroom, real-world or online environment. You can work with manufacturers, distributors, contractors and NRCA to stay on top of training. Be sure to log your training hours and certificates to show NRCA when you’re ready to renew!

The PROCertification renewal process allows NRCA PROCertified® individuals to demonstrate their commitment to continuing education and professionalism. PROCertification Roof System Installer, Service and Maintenance Technician, and Roofing Foreman certification renewal is required every three years.

Members: $199
Nonmembers: $399


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