Founded in 1949 as a link between local roofing contractors and the state legislature, RCAC serves its membership under the same mission:
RCAC is a nonprofit 501(c)(6) professional organization dedicated to the protection and advancement of the California roofing industry in legislative, regulatory and business affairs.
As your voice in Sacramento, CA, RCAC fights for the best interests of roofing contractors and the unique circumstances inherent to our industry. Workers’ compensation reform and relief, Proposition 65 settlements, labor laws and new fire standards are just a few of the many issues RCAC addresses before the state legislature each year in Sacramento. Understanding your business and the problems local contractors face is what RCAC prides itself on, with a bottom line of protecting the best interests of the industry.
RCAC provides effective legislative advocacy and serves as the professional statewide organization for all roofing contractors in California. Benefits of membership include legislative advocacy, newsletters, industry and regulatory information, and links to other California roofing contractors.
The RCAC board of directors is representative of small and large employers, union and open-shop contractors, from all parts of the Golden State. Under the strong leadership of 13 board members, RCAC staff administers the benefits of the association and coordinates the efforts of the board of directors. Board members sit on a variety of committees touching upon the diverse needs of RCAC members including government affairs, membership, golf tournament, Web site and information technology committees.
For more information or to become a valued member of the RCAC, click here, or call (916) 456-4790.
History of the Roofing Contractors Association of California
History and Background RCAC was created in 1949 to bridge the gap between the roofing and waterproofing contractors in California and the state legislature.
After World War II, the economy in the U.S. began to transition from a wartime economy to a free-market economy. The return of the World War II soldiers created a construction boom with new homes, schools and commercial building springing up throughout California and the nation. Simultaneously, state rules and regulations began increasing almost as rapidly as the economy. Regulations affecting construction, employees, equipment, financing and several other areas started to hit the industry. New types of construction and roofing materials were entering the market.
Several roofing contractors across the state decided to form an organization that could monitor the new regulations affecting a growing industry. Workers’ compensation was not a major state issue in 1949. Unions were on the rise and were trying to ensure employers were well-regulated.
More than 50 years later, the roofing industry and market is a very different place, but RCAC still holds the same ideals and mission. RCAC works to link local contractors to the state legislature to ensure the needs and perspectives of the roofing industry are heard under the dome in Sacramento, CA.
Would you like to speak with someone directly about the benefits of RCAC membership or sponsorship? Feel free to contact one of our Membership Committee members:
RCAC Executive Director, Event Sponsorships
email@example.com • (916) 214-6495
Corinne La Fazia
RCAC Membership Director, Associate/Sponsor Memberships
firstname.lastname@example.org • (909) 305-4996
Malarkey Roofing Products, Southern California contractor memberships
email@example.com • (480) 206-4148
Warren G. Bender Co., Northern California contractor memberships
CWatts@wgbender.com • (916) 380-5321