What does “certified” mean?
The RCCA contractors that have completed the certification process have proven to the RCCA that they are the elite, true professionals in the roof cleaning industry, they take their trade and reputation seriously and had no problem supplying the necessary documents and referrals to the RCCA certification team for approval.
Why become certified?
The word “certified” carries a lot of weight with home owners, property management firms or any with person who has the responsibility of hiring a contractor.
When given the option between “certified” and “non-certified” contractors, 95-99.9% of the time the job goes to the “certified” party.
According to the (BBB) Better Business Bureau, 9 out of 10 home owners reveal that they would pay more for “certified” work.
How to become RCCA certified?
The RCCA will inspect 2 completed roof cleaning jobs. Please provide the following information to the RCCA certification team:
A. 2 set’s of before and after pictures from roof cleaning jobs that the applying company completed.
B. The name, address and phone number of the property owner where the job was completed.
The RCCA certification process
The RCCA will call and speak to both property owners to confirm that the applying company did complete the roof cleaning job and confirm that the property owners were satisfied and that they would recommend the applying company to other home owners who are in need of roof cleaning services.
The certification fee is $149.00, this is an application fee, it is non-refundable should you fail the certification process.
The certification process takes no longer than 48 hours after we receive payment, photos and contact information. You will then receive a certification certificate (that is suitable for framing) in the mail immediately after the process concludes. Your company’s membership status will also be updated to reveal that you are now a “certified” roof cleaning company.