Path to Registration
New to the Roofing Industry? Get on the path to registration!
Registration Renewal for Registered Roofing Contractors
For those performing commercial roofing work, complete four (4) hours of approved continuing education every 36 months. (Link to CEU)
Roofing Contractor Requirements
Maintain current roofing registration and for any commercial roofing work maintain current commercial endorsement.
The Roofing Contractor Registration Act (“RCRA”) creates a procedure whereby resident and nonresident roofing contractors are required to obtain a valid registration from the CIB in order to engage in or offer to engage in roofing-related services in the State of Oklahoma.
While the registration is administered by the CIB, failure to register is a misdemeanor punishable by a fine of up to $500.00, which would be initiated by the district attorney’s office having jurisdiction.
To obtain the registration, the contractor must submit their qualifications, show evidence of liability insurance of no less than $500,000.00, show evidence of workers’ compensation insurance coverage or exemption from coverage, provide certain information and meet other criteria as specified in the RCRA.
For complete information on licensing requirements see the Rules and Laws of the Roofing Industry Regulations.
Apply and test for Certification Licensure and Commercial Endorsement for any commercial work (not otherwise exempted).
- Apply for Roofing Contractor Registration and Commercial Endorsement
Submit a complete application with all required documentation for a Roofing Contractor Registration Commercial Endorsement, proof of compliance with workers’ compensation laws, proof of lawful presence, and required fees.
Roofing Contractor Registration and Commercial Endorsement Application
Take Commercial Endorsement Exam
Once your application is approved and you are eligible for examination, you will be provided the contact information of the third-party testing vendor who you will contact to set the date, time, and location of the examination.
The test information is provided at (PSI Testing), along with the laws and rules for the Contractor exam.
Roofing Contractor Insurance
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.
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.
Rules and Laws
Roofing Industry Committees/Boards
The following courses are offered for licensed plumbers on a month by month basis. Please see the schedule and times to enroll.
Documents and Applications