ASSOCIATIONS AND CREDENTIALS
We pride ourself on the recognition we have received from both our customers and the roofing industry. Our associations and credentials represent the high level of integrity and commitment we hold as a core value of our organization at Concord Roofing & Construction.
Better Business Bureau®
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An ethical marketplace where buyers and sellers trust each other.
WHAT IS NTRCA?
The NTRCA (North Texas Roofing Contractors Association) is the premier resource for roofing contractors and associates working and doing business in North Texas. NTRCA offers educational training opportunities, keeps its members informed on industry standards, promotes its members and advocates for consumers in North Texas. The association also offers award opportunities and several fun- filled events each year that allow members to network and learn from each other.
The Roofing Contractors Association of Texas is a statewide trade association of roofing and waterproofing contractors.
Because of GAF’s stringent standards, only 3% of all roofing contractors have qualified as Master Elite® contractors!
Choosing a GAF Master Elite® contractor is your assurance that you’ll be dealing with a quality, reputable, and dependable professional contractor — not some “fly-by-nighter.”
Be a member of the Owens Corning Contractor Network
Carry at least $1,000,000 in general liability insurance
Be in good standing with the Better Business Bureau
Have passed a Dun & Bradstreet® credit analysis
Have passed an installation workmanship inspection.
In the roofing and insurance industries, the phrase “Haag Certified” carries a lot of weight. It indicates that you can effectively and efficiently inspect and assess damage. Your report conclusions have a deeper level of credibility: your Certification training could serve as the extra authority you need if you ever find yourself at odds with another’s findings. Ultimately, with the damage assessment techniques gained in your Certification course, you can increase your value as an inspector to your employer and to your clients. Being Certified could be the reason you get called on a job. Other inspectors lack the skills and knowledge you’ve gained by passing courses developed and taught by practicing forensic engineers.