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The San Diego Roofing Contractors' Association (SDRCA) has been serving the Roofing Industry for over forty years.

It is the intent of this Association to establish and maintain professional standards and practices in the Roofing Industry through education and public awareness. Our members are committed to excellence and they use the benefits offered by the Association to help obtain this goal. The SDRCA encourages you to become fully aware of the potential problems of dealing with an unlicensed, uninsured roofer.


The SDRCA was formed in 1957 to preserve and promote the art of roofing application. SDRCA members recognize that after 40 years of innovation in roofing technology and Application, the following goals are as meaningful and relevant today as they were yesterday and will be tomorrow.

The SDRCA remains a strong supporter of open competition and the free enterprise system; indeed, this competitive environment led to the success of its members. SDRCA members recognize that the perpetuation of such a healthy business environment is greatly influenced by their own professional conduct. The SDRCA supports the following practices, and encourages them in its members.

Professional Roofing Contractors

  • Offer evidence that their companies are bonded, insured, and licensed.

  • Encourage their employees to be courteous and respectful.

  • Offer warranties and guarantees where appropriate.

  • Enter into contracts that are fair, equitable, and assign responsibilities.

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A Message from SDRCA President Gary Gilmore

If you missed the last meeting with Reid Ribble, the former CFO of the NRCA, it was well attended. Reid gave us insight as to what lies before us in the not-too-distant future. In our industry, most of us see the need for qualified personnel but we find ourselves waiting for someone to resolve the problem or that superhero to walk through the door.

The way I see it, we have reached this point because we have been waiting for someone else to resolve the problem of training up the next generation of roofers. News flash: there are no superheroes left; Marvel comics has claimed them all!

My question to you is: do you want to be a part of the problem or the solution? If you are tired of sitting by and want to be part of the solution, please contact the SDRCA. We want to solve this problem. Maybe Marvel doesn’t have all the superheroes…

Gary Gilmore,


Thank you to our attendees for joining our May Meeting! 

At our May Meeting, SDRCA held a fundraising effort in support of Chuck Gallinat (Owens Corning), who was involved in a significant skiing accident last year. 

Our goal was to raise $5,000, but with your generous outpouring of support, we shattered that goal by raising a total of $11,089. We’d like to extend our sincere gratitude for your generosity.

President Gary Gilmore and Director Dawn Shaw will be delivering our donation. If you’d like to make a donation, you may still do so at the Go Fund Me page here. 

We want to thank you again for your support. 

Update: A special note from Chuck Gallinat to SDRCA

At our May Meeting, we held a fundraising effort in support of Chuck Gallinat (Owens Corning), who was involved in a significant skiing accident last year. We are happy to share with you a note from Chuck to SDRCA. You can download the letter here

Our October Meeting registration is open! 

Tuesday, October 4, 2022

Lomas Santa Fe Country Club

1505 Lomas Santa Fe Dr, Solana Beach

With 15 years of experience managing the Tile Roofing Industry Alliance training program, John and Lisa Jensen will share lessons learned including:

• Key points to ensure your time and training budget are used efficiently and effectively

• Why having a clear goal is critical with any training program

• How John went from “horrible” to helpful as a teacher

Learn more here!