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Roofing contractors Association of Southern California (RCA)

Roofing contractors Association of Southern California (RCA)

Roofing Contractors Association of Southern California

The Roofing Contractors Association of Southern California, Inc.. We present information for both roofing industry professionals and the consumer. The navigation to the left will guide you through areas of our site that may be of interest to you.

Along with general information about the Roofing Contractors Association of Southern California, we offer the roofing professional a Members Only section that includes an abundance of industry links and a private discussion forum. The RCA SoCal calendar and Program Alerts will keep you informed of association events. If you aren't already a member of RCA SoCal, read about the benefits our association has to offer, then click on applications to apply for your membership!

Mission Statement

The Roofing Contractors Association of Southern California, Inc. (RCASC) is dedicated to supporting the professional growth of the Roofing Contractor, including raining our image in the market place and assisting the general public with the tools necessary to make knowledgeable and informed contractor selections.

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

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El Niño has arrived. What does it mean for the weather?

 El Niño has arrived. What does it mean for the weather?
By Roof Source on Feb 28, 2019 at 10:36 PM

It's official, an El Niño advisory is now in effect for the globe. After several months under a "watch," teetering on the edge of El Niño, NOAA's Climate Prediction Center (CPC) has finally pulled the trigger.

The climate phenomenon may enhance an already very stormy pattern across California, making it even stormier.
The El Niño Southern Oscillation is a natural cycle of warmer and cooler than normal Equatorial Pacific Ocean temperatures. The El Niño phase is a warming of the Central and sometimes Eastern Equatorial Pacific sea surface temperatures, occurring every few years on average.

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