Upcoming Events


    BREAKING NEWS: March 17 dinner event postponed

    Please be advised that due to the health & safety concerns for our members, your staff and family, we have made the decision to postpone the March 17 Dinner Event - "Understanding the H2 Visa Program" - to a later date to be determined. We will continue to monitor the situation and review the information being provided by the CDC, health department, and government.

    Coronavirus resources

    The NRCA (National Roofing Contractors Association) has published a few articles related to the Coronavirus and our industry, for members only -- please check the E-news e-blasts you receive, or click here to sign up.

     Here is one article that also may be helpful - "OSHA Offers Guidance for Preparing Workplaces for Coronavirus"


    kentucky Roofing Contractors Association

    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).

    The KRCA is one of the roofing industry’s most respected associations and the voice of roofing professionals in the Commonwealth of Kentucky. The mission of the KRCA is to provide information, training, and advocacy for our members and their customers. The KRCA is a nonprofit association that represents all segments of the roofing industry, including contractors, manufacturers, distributors, architects, and roof consultants. KRCA works to inform and assist consumers in choosing the best products and contractors to meet their roofing needs.

    Buyer Beware! - There is NO licensing requirement for roofing contractors in Kentucky! BUY CERTIFIED!

    Because there is no licensing apparatus 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:

    • Insured with minimum $1 million business liability and workers’ compensation insurance

    • Bonded with a $10,000 judgment bond - see sample here

    • Committed to the KRCA Code of Ethics

    • Participating in extensive continuing education

    Look for the KRCA Certified Contractor logo to ensure quality work on the most important component of your home or building — the roof!

    See Facebook Live Video below from the KRCA Certification Roll-out Press Conference at the Kentucky State Capitol on Friday, June 29th, 2018.  Guest speakers included Reid Ribble, CEO of the National Roofing Contractors Association and Andy Beshear, Kentucky Attorney General 


    Posted by Kentucky Roofing Contractors Association on Friday, June 29, 2018