Roofing Contractors Association of Texas
Texas Traditions Roofing is a proud member of the Roofing Contractors Association of Texas – RCAT.
Texas Traditions Roofing is a proud member of the Roofing Contractors Association of Texas (RCAT) and the National Roofing Contractors Association (NRCA). We are licensed roofing professionals through the RCAT licensing program for providing bonded and insured roofing services in Texas.
In order to become a voluntarily Licensed Roofing Contractor, the applicant must be a principal in a roofing company that has been domiciled in the state of Texas for at least three continuous years and carry insurance. After a thorough credit and background check, the individual must pass a business and safety knowledge exam, a residential and/or commercial roofing exam, and maintain eight hours of continuing education each year.
It is important that roofing companies take an active role in supporting state and national organizations that promote and improve the roofing industry and services to our clients.
In addition to being an RCAT licensed roofing professional, Texas Traditions Roofing is certified by major roofing manufacturers including: GAF, Mulehide, CertainTeed, Genflex, DaVinci, Berridge and Owens Corning.
We are an accredited business member of the Better Business Bureau, maintaining an A+ rating.
We regularly attend industry training and conferences to stay on top of the latest solutions and take advantage of additional learning opportunities so that we can provide the best service to our customers.
RCAT provides resources to support home and building owners as they work through the process of selecting a roofing contractor and having a new roof put on their home or business. On the RCAT website, you will find the following helpful information:
- Selecting a roofing contractor
- Knowing your consumer rights
- List of licensed roofing contractors
- Frequently asked questions
At Texas Traditions Roofing, we are proud of our membership in RCAT and in being a licensed roofing contractor in Texas. We hope you take advantage of the RCAT resources available for your assistance at the link below.