The Midwest Roofing Contractors Association (MRCA) is a regional trade association dedicated solely to the needs of roofing contractors, and often is referred to in the industry as "The Contractors Advocate." MRCA’s goal is to serve the roofing contractor community by providing them with the necessary education and resources to help them grow & prosper.
The benefits of membership include an array of business building resources, networking opportunities, safety education, legal advice, and technical and research advice. MRCA members receive preferred pricing to attend the annual conference.
MRCA has three tiers of membership available to contractors: Platinum, Gold and Silver.
Platinum Membership is $1500 and provides all of the silver level membership benefits as well as 20% of the dues supporting the MRCA Foundation, Inc. You will also have an enhanced Find-A-Contractor internet listing.
Gold Membership is $1000 and provides all of the silver level memberships as well as 10% of the dues supporting the MRCA Foundation, Inc. You will also have an enhanced Find-A-Contractor internet listing.
Silver (Traditional) Membership is $795 and provides all of the standard MRCA benefits such as:
- SHARP Monthly Meetings and Toolbox Talks
- Subscription to Midwest Roofer
- Business Management Forms
- MRCA Membership Directory
- Networking opportunities
- Toll-Free Legal and Technical Advice
- Discounts on annual conference registration
- Applicator Agreement Review
- Find-A-Contractor Internet listing
Branch Membership is $200 and is designed for current MRCA members who would like to add an additional branch to their membership. Branches must be owned and operated by the same member company. Branch memberships will receive all the benefits equal to a Silver membership.
Read more about the outstanding MRCA member benefits.
to take advantage of valuable resources to help your business thrive.
Or, download the MRCA Contractor Membership Application, or call 800.497.6722.
We look forward to welcoming you as a new member.
0% of your membership dues are attributable to nondeductible lobbying expenses as described under Internal Revenue Code Section 162(e). Please consult your tax advisor regarding your ability to deduct your membership dues.