The following is a list of useful links related to roofing and roofing contractors:

Associated Builders and Contractors

About 23,000 builders, subcontractors, material suppliers, and related businesses from all over the country and across all construction specializations are represented by the national trade association Associated Builders and Contractors.

Builders and Construction Business Directory

Find commercial structures, builders, and websites relating to construction in this business resource.

Construction Specification Institute

In order to improve communication among all nonresidential building design and construction disciplines and to satisfy the industry's need for a standard system of organizing and presenting construction information, the Construction Specifications Institute (CSI) offers technical information and products, continuing education, professional conferences, and product shows.

EagleView Blog

The EagleView Blog offers contractors tech-related news, viewpoints, and advice.

Florida Roofing, Sheet Metal & Air Conditioning

FRSA is an association of roofing, sheet metal, and air conditioning contractors as well as businesses in connected industries, such as suppliers, manufacturers, manufacturers' representatives, consultants in the field of roofing, etc.

GAF ProBlog

GAF ProBlog provides advice, business news, and other information for roofing professionals.

Midwest Roofing Contractors Association

The largest regional contractors' organization in America is the Midwest Roofing Contractors Association (MRCA). MRCA offers its membership benefits and services with financial value. MRCA, a local trade group that only serves the interests of roofing contractors, is frequently referred to as "The Contractors Advocate" in the business.

National Association of Home Builders

The mission of the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) is to meet the requirements of both its individual members and its network of associated state and local associations.

National Roofing Contractors Association

The NRCA represents expert roofing contractors globally and is one of the oldest trade groups in the building sector. To assist homeowners and building owners in making knowledgeable decisions about upgrading and maintaining their roof systems, NRCA offers a comprehensive range of information and services.

Roof Scoop

Shares resources for the roofing sector, including articles written at the industry level about laws, labor, technical know-how, and more; this information is provided by the National Roofing Contractors Association (NRCA).

Roofing Contractor

Written by Roofing Contractor editors and contributors, Roofing Contractor explores news, business advice, recommendations, and more related to the roofing sector.

Roofing Contractors Association of California

The Roofing Contractors Association of California (RCAC), which was established in 1949, acts as a link between regional roofing companies, regional affiliates of the roofing industry, and the state government. RCAC defends the rights of roofing contractors, Californian consumers, and the unique circumstances inherent to the sector. The RCAC website features a searchable database of members, news, and information on the roofing industry.

Single Ply Roofing Industry

Since 1981, SPRI has been a great source of unbiased knowledge regarding commercial roofing systems and components for building owners, architects, engineers, specifiers, and contractors. Numerous helpful resources are available on the SPRI website, ranging from fundamental knowledge about roof maintenance and emergency repairs to technical recommendations for design and application.

State Compensation Insurance Fund

State Compensation Insurance Fund provides workers' compensation insurance to more California roofing contractors than any other carrier and is especially experienced with Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) programs.

Western States Roofing Contractors Association

The Western States Roofing Contractors Association (WSRCA) is the industry trade group for roofers in the western US. The aim of WSRCA includes educating consumers so they can choose the best roofing solution for their needs.