About Us

Why Does RCASoCal Thrive?



The Roofing Contractors Association of Southern California, Inc. is dedicated to supporting the professional growth of the Roofing Contractor, and assisting the general public with the tools necessary to make knowledgeable and informed contractor selections.

RCASoCal believes in raising the level of professionalism of the Southern California Roofing Industry by keeping our members well-informed and helping them comply with the rules and regulations that affect their businesses, employees, and customers. We strive to foster better working relationships and a more cohesive working environment between contractors, suppliers, and consultants.

Why Roofing Contractors Association of Southern California?

  • Advocacy & representation to the regulatory agencies that govern your business
  • Quarterly membership meetings keeping you up to speed on issues impacting your business & the industry
  • Consultation with RCASoCal legal counsel & construction law specialists
  • Networking opportunities with fellow contractors, manufacturers & industry leaders
  • Biweekly newsletters with news & topics that matter to you as a contractor, employer & business owner
  • 24/7 safety compliance hotline
  • Discounted dues for companies with 1-9 employees
  • Savings on your dues & purchases with NRCA
  • Use of RCASoCal logo in your advertising
  • Jim Nienow Golf Tournament success for nearly 30 years, with many tournaments sold out
  • $180,000 awarded in student scholarships in past 7 years to students affiliated with RCASoCal
  • Project Reroof community work


Looking Back. Looking Ahead.


By now you have received your Roofing Contractors Association of Southern California membership renewal notice for 2017, or may be considering membership with the association.

First, we’d like to thank you very much for supporting RCASoCal, or for your interest in the association. RCASoCal membership plays a significant role in our work to support the professional growth of the California roofing contractor.

What Has RCASoCal Done For Our Members Lately?

0a13e25c-ab75-4f6c-a19c-7b38c8de69e8Throughout 2016, our members enjoyed various educational and networking opportunities:

In February, we offered a course entitled One Goof, No Roof: Acrylic or Silicone for Single-Ply Enhancement?, where members learned about the advantages and disadvantages of acrylic and silicone products. Also in February, members had the opportunity to participate in a free webinar, Managing Your Vehicle Fleet to Key Performance Indicators (KPI): How and Why, which explored the different KPIs that fleet managers and business owners can oversee in order to improve their bottom line and increase employee productivity.

We provided owners with important information on making critical business decisions:

In October, Tax & Financial Group presented a class entitled Business Exit Strategies For You & Your Business, free to RCASoCal members. Members received crucial information on retirement and exit approaches.

We kept owners updated on state laws that impact them:

In late October, we offered a legislative meeting for owners, Labor and Employment Law Update, presented by Ryan McCortney, Sheppard, Mullin, Richter & Hampton LLP. Members received the latest on California labor and employment laws that affect businesses in the state. Members also learned about the workforce management tool, Exaktime!

RCASoCal members had the opportunity to take part in RCAC’s Annual Legislative Meeting in October in Corona. They learned about laws passed in 2016 and received insight into how those laws will impact businesses in 2017. Members also heard from EDD on important topics, such as the new e-file requirements for all employers with more than 10 employees, and more.

Members enjoyed opportunities to network with industry peers:

Our exclusive CertainTeed Plant Tour/Membership Meeting in May was a notable success. Members networked and enjoyed a 78d0aeed-a964-49a9-8b1c-d84ffec18d54tour of the CertainTeed Plant in Wilmington. They saw CertainTeed shingles from the Landmark line manufactured from start to finish and much more during this membership tour.

In July, Old Ranch Country Club hosted our July Trade Show & Dinner Meeting. Associate members displayed their products and roofing contractors had the opportunity to network, learn about vendor products, and more.

RCASoCal member employees received free dedicated safety training days:

RCASoCal members had the opportunity to take part in Southern California Safety Day this year (hosted by the Roofing Contractors Association of California) – free to all RCASoCal member employees. Member employees enjoyed specialized courses on CERTA, roofing safety, heat illness, ladder safety, and much more. It was a day focused on valuable seminars and critical training.

Read more on what benefits RCASoCal members enjoyed this past year here.