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Chicagoland Roofing Council

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Chicagoland Roofing Council Firms and their customers understand the life cycle benefits of a long lasting installed roofing and waterproofing system. Professional Roofing Contractor Firms who partner with United Union of Roofers and Waterproofers, and Allied Workers Local No. 11 trades people offer value that is both economical and high in quality resulting in life cycle costs that are attractive to building owners and managers.

The Chicagoland Roofing Council Leads the industry in low slope roofing, including vegetative topped garden roofs, reflective colored roofs, ballasted roofs, photovoltaic and solar thermal installations, and anything else that happens on the roof. States the CRCA President Bruce Diederich, “we invite the Chief Engineers to visit the CRCA Trade Show and Seminars at Drury Lane January 19 and 20, 2012 to learn about roofing innovations, code requirements, and more, all free.”

The Council’s main function is to promote the professionalism, a culture of efficiency, safety, and productivity, expertise, and reliability … all while working at one or one hundred stories above grade, on a roof. The Chicagoland Roofing Council Member Contractors and Local 11 Employing Firms do this every day, through research and education of themselves and their workers, plus the specification, building owner and manager,consultant and others… to advance the industry and deliver a great roof, with value meeting expectations year after year.

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