KRCA provides a wide range of information and services to help homeowners and building owners make informed decisions about replacing and maintaining their roof systems. Buying a new roof system is an important investment. Before you spend your money, spend some time learning how to evaluate the roofing contractor who may be doing the work. You should insist on working with a professional roofing contractor. The KRCA wants to assist you in getting the results you expect - a quality roof system at a fair price. We provide a wide range of services, including a certified contractor referral service and consumer advisory bulletins.
Having trouble finding a professional roofing contractor? Not under our roof! For honesty, integrity and dependability, contract with a Certified Contractor of the Kentucky Roofing Contractors Association (KRCA).
Because there is no licensing for roofing contractors in Kentucky, KRCA developed contractor certification more than 10 years ago. This is a non-governmental way to assure the buying public that a certified contractor is:
Look for the KRCA Certified Contractor logo to help ensure quality work on this most important component of your home or building — your roof!
The Kentucky Roofing Contractors Association (KRCA) was founded in 1964 to increase the professionalism of the roofing industry in Kentucky and is an affiliate of the National Roofing Contractors Association. KRCA has member contractors throughout the commonwealth and provides monthly meetings and activities to educate and develop the roofing profession. These include the areas of business, finance, legal issues, insurance, safety, and the latest innovations and trends in our industry.
With certification, KRCA's mission is to give the public a dependable way to differentiate between a fly-by-night contractor and an established contractor with a commitment to quality, safety and honesty. KRCA verifies that certified contractors are insured, bonded, committed to the KRCA Code of Ethics and participating in continuing education.
Although there is no licensing or "roofing police" to inspect all contractors' work, using a KRCA Certified Contractor is a good way to ensure that your roofing contractor complies with these important criteria. KRCA works closely with the Better Business Bureau and its consumer complaint procedure and mediation and arbitration services. Plus, the $10,000 judgment bond provides a resource to fall back on in case something doesn't get resolved while working with a KRCA Certified Contractor. Without it, you have no recourse if an unprofessional contractor is here today and gone tomorrow.
Look for the KRCA Certified Contractor logo to help ensure quality work on the most important component of your home or building — your roof! Click here for a list of KRCA Certified Contractors.
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