Join the CRRC
Now's the time to join our dynamic organization and actively participate on an important committee or task group. The quality of CRRC programs and their marketplace impact depend on a diverse and active membership.
Please note that membership in the CRRC is separate and distinct from participation in the CRRC Product Rating Program. If you want to have your products rated with the CRRC, you do not need to be a member, but do need to become a CRRC licensee. Please visit the Become a Licensee page if you are interested in becoming licensed with the CRRC.
- To help direct the CRRC and its Product Rating Program.
- To vote on critical committee issues.
- To vote and elect Board members.
- To interface with leading industry colleagues surrounding energy efficient roofing.
- To demonstrate your organization's marketplace leadership.
- To use the CRRC Member logo on your company's marketing materials and website.
- To receive the latest CRRC and cool roofing news first in the quarterly CRRC Newsletter.
Who Can Be a Member?
Any individual or organization interested in rating roof surface radiative properties and in the energy-efficiency of roofs. CRRC members fall into two classes and include corporations, individuals, partnerships, sole proprietorships, trade associations, universities, governmental and non-governmental agencies.
Membership Classes and Annual Dues
|Class A:||Class B:|
|Manufacturers, distributors, raw material suppliers, and their trade associations.||Roofing contractors, consultants, non-profit groups, government agencies, educational institutions, testing laboratories, test farms, air quality boards, code bodies, energy service companies and other interested individuals.|
Manufacturers, distributors, and suppliers:
Annual Dues: $700
Annual Dues: $50
Annual Dues: $1,200
Annual Dues: $2,500
How Do I Become a Member?
To join the CRRC as a Member, please complete and return the following items to the CRRC:
Please note: Appropriate annual fees (see above table) are prorated beginning in July of each year. Please contact the CRRC for details.
For more information, please see the How Do I? document.