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NRCA India is the voice and leading authority in the Indian roofing industry for information, education, technology and advocacy. It will develop roofing-related codes and standards, educational programs and training materials for the benefit of Indian roofing contractors, designers, building owners, etc.

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NRCA India provides its members with useful information about the latest technological trends and information through many communication methods. It also will provide opportunities worldwide for industry peers to share information and stay informed about industry news and events occurring throughout the world.

NRCA India's website Directory section includes a listing of all NRCA India members. The Education section provides access to Roofing 101, an easy, affordable way to learn about roofing fundamentals in an online format. It is designed for those new to the roofing industry or anyone who needs to understand roof assemblies and how the roofing industry operates. The Publications section offers an online bookstore with various roofing-related publications and videos for sale. You can choose from The NRCA Roofing Manual, technical resources and worker training information. For NRCA India members, the Members Only section provides instant access to view NRCA’s roofing manuals online, download NRCA India's member logo and read the latest issue of For Members Only.

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Roofing 101

NRCA University's Roofing 101 program provides an easy, affordable way to learn about roofing fundamentals online. It is designed for those new to the roofing industry or anyone who needs to understand roof assemblies and how the industry operates.
Publication spotlight
Quality Control Guidelines for the Application of Built-up Roofing

Evaluate built-up roof systems on the rooftop with this pocket-sized booklet.


From Professional Roofing
Lasting effects 

The Great Recession greatly affected the roofing industry's workers and their families. Between 2008 and 2010, more than 15 percent of roofing contracting jobs were lost. As the construction industry recovers and industry demands grow, companies need to offset the losses with new hires. However, hiring new, inexperienced workers has resulted in more injuries and insurance claims. Roofing contractors should evaluate these trends and adapt current procedures to curb injuries.
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NRCA E-News — Subscribe to NRCA's semiweekly electronic newsletter, which features the most current roofing industry and NRCA news.

NRCA SmartBrief — NRCA's industry newsletter delivered every Monday, Wednesday and Friday offers up-to-the-minute information about roofing industry news, market forecasts and NRCA activities.

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