The Lefevre family is in need of your support.

We received some sad news. Nathan Lefevre, fourteen year-old son of Paul Lefevre, Branch Manager at RWC Building Products in Southern California, was recently diagnosed with brain cancer. The diagnosis has left him terminally ill with 12-16 months to live.

A fund has been organized to assist the Lefevre family with upcoming financial hardships and give Nathan the vacation of his dreams.

The details on the fund may be found here.

Any support you are able to lend will be much appreciated by the Lefevre family during this difficult time.

Meet The Laker Girls at our Jim Nienow Golf Tournament!

Make sure you register for our golf tournament! You’ll support an important effort, catch up with great folks, enjoy delicious food, and on top of all that, meet The Laker Girls during registration!

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Thank You for Your Support! July Trade Show & Dinner Meeting

Screen Shot 2016-08-04 at 2.40.02 PMWe want to give a shout out to all of our members and vendors who joined our July Trade Show & Dinner Meeting on July 26 at Old Ranch Country Club. We had a fantastic event thanks to you!

Thank you to our vendors for all of your support! We appreciate you!

Malarkey Roofing Products | SFS Intec | Lomanco Vents | Suntrek Industries | National Coatings | O’Hagin | Progressive Materials | Roofmaster | CertainTeed | Western States Sales | DaVinci, Stinger, National Nail | Tax Financial Group | Safety Compliance Co.

Without our members, vendors and sponsors, this event couldn’t have been possible.

We only hope that more of our members join us next time for this important industry event as we continue the work of supporting the professional growth of our roofing contractors.

July Trade Show & Dinner Meeting

July Trade Show & Dinner Meeting
Tuesday, July 26, 2016
Old Ranch Country Club
3901 Lampson Avenue Seal Beach, CA 90740

Local agency representatives from the California Highway Patrol, Cal OSHA, Los Angeles & Orange County Building Department, City of Long Beach, and Contractors State License Board will be in attendance! Network with associate and contractor members! Enjoy a raffle and giveaways!


Thank You CertainTeed!

We extend our gratitude to CertainTeed for hosting our May Membership Meeting with an exclusive tour of their Wilmington facility! Attendees have expressed nothing but positive feedback on the tour as CertainTeed’s service and accommodation of our meeting was nothing less than exceptional.

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New Event Calendar

Our website now features an event calendar highlighting dates and important events in our association and roofing industry at large. We are looking to make this calendar a go-to resource for roofers looking for professional development, networking and other opportunities.

If you know of any industry dates or events not yet included on the calendar, please forward the information to Julia Cisneros at

May Membership Meeting: CertainTeed Plant Tour

May Membership Meeting
CertainTeed Plant Tour
Tuesday, May 24, 2016 • Registration 3:30 p.m.
CertainTeed Plant
1431 West E Street, Wilmington, CA 90744


Join us for an exclusive tour of the CertainTeed Plant!

• See CertainTeed shingles from the Landmark line –
manufactured from start to finish
• Learn how the Quality Control lab constantly monitors the
shingles for quality
• Discover how colors are derived from the granule drops on line
• See how shingles are protected with plastic wrappers with the
automatic packaging system
• Observe how shingles are automatically loaded onto pallets for
• And much more!

Please note: Registrants will be given parking directions prior to the meeting.

Safety Day

The Roofing Contractors Association of California invites you to:

2016 Southern California Safety Day
Saturday, June 4, 2016
South Coast Shingle Co. Inc. 2220 E South Street, Long Beach, CA 90805

*Free to current RCASoCal Members*

Join RCAC for 2016 Southern California Safety Day at South Coast Shingle Co. Inc.!

Enjoy valuable seminars and important training!


RCASoCal Member Employees: No Charge – Unlimited Employees Non-Member Employees: $60 per Employee

Non-Member Registrants: Please call the association office at (714) 630-7000 to register. Includes Breakfast & Lunch!

Registration and Breakfast:

7:30 a.m. Classes: 8:00 a.m. to Noon, 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. Lunch: Noon

• Available courses include CERTA, Green Roof Systems, Ladder Safety, Heat Illness, Roofing Safety, and more!

• Visit manufacturer and supplier booths by exhibitors such as GAF, Malarkey Roofing Products, Architek (vegetative roof systems), South Coast Shingle and more!


Because RCASoCal is a sponsorship supporter of RCAC, Southern California Safety Day is free to unlimited RCASoCal member employees! For full Safety Day details and to register online, go to this link:

Note: After you start your registration, choose the registration option that says *RCASoCal Members/Employees Only – Register Here*

For any questions, please contact our office at (714) 630-7000 or email

New 2016 Project Reroof!


We are happy to announce the Pomona Police Officers’ Association as the recipient of our new Project Reroof!

PPOA is a fraternal organization comprised of 143 sworn Pomona police officers. The PPOA represents the interests of the men and women that make up the membership, but the PPOA is much more than that. They realize the importance of community fellowship and the needs of support groups throughout their community.

The PPOA is a nonprofit that promotes and supports various civic and charitable organizations with a direct link to the City of Pomona. In a diverse community that at times lacks the ability to have a direct effect on their youth groups, the Pomona Police Officers’ Association prides itself on empowering these organizations through financial and physical aide.

The project manager for PPOA’s low slope project is Ron A. Malekow, RCASoCal Vice President Member, and Vice President of Howard Roofing Company, Inc. We look forward to keeping you updated on the progress of this renovation, and thank Ron for his tremendous generosity.