Oklahoma Roofing Contractors
An Active Roofing Contractor performing only residential roofing work must provide a certificate of insurance evidencing a minimum of $500,000.00 business general liability insurance in the form of a Certificate of General Liability. The individual registration holder's name must be on the certificate of insurance. The certificate holder is the Construction Industries Board.
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An Active Roofing Contractor performing any commercial roofing work must provide a certificate of insurance evidencing a minimum of $1,000,000.00 commercial general liability insurance in the form of a Certificate of General Liability. The individual registration and endorsement holder's name must be on the certificate of insurance. The certificate holder is the Construction Industries Board.
A: The contractor must furnish proof to the CIB of general liability insurance in an amount not less than $500,000 for residential roofing contractor work, generally a Certificate of Liability Insurance showing the CIB as a Certificate Holder so notices of change will be made promptly to the CIB. Proof that the general liability policy specifically includes coverage of roofing work must be provided by the insurance policy carrier to the registrar.
A: The contractor must furnish proof to the CIB of general liability insurance in an amount not less than $1,000,000 for endorsement of commercial roofing contractor work, generally a Certificate of Liability Insurance showing the CIB as a Certificate Holder so notices of change will be made promptly to the CIB. Proof that the general liability policy specifically includes coverage of roofing work must be provided by the insurance policy carrier to the registrar.
INSURED - We Are Looking Out For YouOur members protect your property during installation with at least $500,000 in liability and worker's compensation insurance coverage. ORCA also actively works with state legislators to provide legislation that will protect Oklahomans from scammers and unscrupulous out of state contractors.
TRAINED - We Are Always ImprovingORCA members continually train and stay apprised of the best methods to install residential and commercial roofs. ORCA members have access to the latest materials and technologies in the roofing industry. Regularly attended trainings and workshops help keep them on the cutting edge.
Our membership consists of roofing contractors, and companies that are engaged in the roofing industry either as general contractor, subcontractor, or manufacturer, or in the furnishing of roofing industry-related materials, supplies, insurance, bonds, services, or equipment to roofing contractors. ORCA has three types of memberships:
Associate Membership shall be limited to persons, firms, or corporations engaged in the capacity of general contractor, subcontractor, or manufacturer, or in the furnishing of roofing industry-related materials, supplies, insurance, bonds, services, or equipment to roofing contractors.
To verify registered roofing contractors please visit the CIB Registered Roofing Contractors page. To fill a search field please use an asterisk (*) at the end of the entered data for unknown characters or for surnames. Any search must include at least three characters.
installation, renovation, remodeling, reroofing, reconstructing, repair, maintenance, improvement, alteration, and waterproofing of building roofs using a variety of materials, including shingles, asphalt, and metal. Commercial roofing contractors supervise and manage activities or personnel, supply material, and solicit commercial roofing contracts. A commercial roofing contractor may operate as an individual, firm, partnership, or corporation installing or repairing roofs on residential, commercial and industrial buildings.
All Oklahoma Roofing and Construction started with over 20 years of experience in the roofing and construction fields. We have set out to build an honest and hard working company of Oklahomans serving Oklahomans! Every customer is treated how we like to be treated with kindness and integrity.
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You can rest easy with the job in our hands! We carry full workers compensation and general liability insurance on every job and we are registered with the Construction Industries Board of Oklahoma (CIB #80000179). We are also an A+ rated accredited business with the Better Business Bureau and a featured A Rated Business with Angie's List! Angie's List has awarded us with their Super Service Award an unprecedented eight years in a row (2012-2019) ! Lastly, we are a GAF Certified Roofing Contractor, this is an achievement that only one out of ten roofing companies achieves. It means that we have passed GAF's extensive certification process which includes construction knowledge testing, field testing, company background review and more. The GAF Certification allows us to provide better warranties to you the customer through a manufacturer that trusts All Oklahoma Roofing and Construction to install superior roofing systems using their products. Give us a call today!
The State of Oklahoma requires all roofing contractors to be registered with the Oklahoma Construction Industries Board (CIB). The Roofing Contractor Registration Act is available here. Failure to register is a misdemeanor punishable by a fine of up to $500. The roofing contractor is also required to display their registration number on each commercial vehicle used for roofing services.
It is very common for fly-by-night contractors to ask for a 1/3 or 50% payment when the material is delivered, or sometimes at the time the contract is signed. Bad contractors take the money and run, in many cases not even paying for the material with the distributor. On a residential roof project, no payment should be made until the roof is completed.
Very few roofing contractors will have a true manager assigned to your project. Without someone monitoring specifications, your roof WILL NOT be installed correctly. Critical areas requiring expertise and supervision:
Most small businesses fail before they are five years old. Roofing is no exception to this statistic and would even rank as one of the higher categories for failure because most people setting up roofing companies have limited business skills.
Any type of construction work, including roofing, to the value of $2,000 or more, requires a state license in Arkansas. There are commercial and residential Home Improvement contractor licenses, both of which are issued by the Contractors Licensing Board.
Roofing contractors must be licensed to work on projects worth more than $500 in California. Roofing contractors fall under the Class C Specialty Contractors License Classifications issued by the Department of Consumer Affairs Contractors State License Board.
Roofing contractors fall under the category of general contractors in Colorado and are not required to hold a state license. You will be required to have a business license. It is important to check the local requirements as there may be regulations and requirements at the local level.
Florida has two options for a roofing contractor license. You can become a certified contractor to work on projects throughout the state or you can become a registered contractor if you only plan to work on projects in a specific city or county.
There are no state roofing license requirements for roofing contractors in Georgia as they are considered an Exempt Specialty Contractor by the State Licensing Board. However, you may choose to get licensed voluntarily with the Georgia Roofing Contractors Association (GARCA).
Idaho's roofing license requirements do not require roofers to hold a state license; however, you are required to be registered with the Idaho Contractors Board. There is no experience, education or examination requirement; however, you will need to show your business information and proof of insurance.
All construction contractors who earn more than $2,000 per year are required to be registered with the Iowa Division of Labor if they work in the state. There is no exam, but you must show proof of unemployment insurance.
While there is no state license for roofing contractors in Kansas, you must hold a roofing contractor registration certificate issued by the Kansas Attorney General in order to do work on either residential or commercial projects in the state.
Roofing contractors in Louisiana require a state license for any building construction work worth more than $75,000 or home improvement or repair work worth more than $7,500. The Louisiana State Licensing Board for Contractors issues commercial and residential licenses and home improvement registration. 041b061a72