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Why Become an APOC Approved Contractor?

ICP APOC Approved Contractor
November 22, 2021 at 3:00 p.m.

By Cass Jacoby, RCS Reporter. 

The benefits of becoming an APOC approved contractor range from qualified project leads to co-op advertising! 

Did you know that APOC maintains a list of roofing contractors, called “APOC Approved Contractors,” who are certified to install and repair APOC warranted systems? APOC approved contractors are roofing contractors that receive a number of benefits from APOC, including: 

  • Qualifying for co-op advertising 

  • Ability to earn/buy Business Builders 

  • Receiving project leads 

  • Benefiting from marketing materials and support 

  • And more! 

APOC approves the most experienced commercial roofing contractors who specialize in roof repairs and restorations. The criteria to become an APOC approved contractor is as follows: 

  • Must have been in business as a professional roofing contractor for a minimum of two years, and have demonstrated the ability to safely, responsibly and completely install roofing membranes according to the designated roof specifications. 

  • Must prove financial responsibility by keeping accounts up to date and current with the distributing suppliers. 

  • Must not have had more than three (3) complaints filed against the APOC warranty program for poor workmanship or misapplication. 

  • Must provide proof of liability and property damage insurance relating to installation and applications of roofing systems. 

  • Must install a minimum of 200 squares of APOC roofing systems annually. 

  • Must have a contracting license as required by state laws and local ordinances, with work being done per the jurisdiction’s building codes. 

  • Contractor’s failure to meet criteria may result in loss of “APOC Approved Contractor” status. 

Through the APOC approved contractor program you can be the first professional that comes to mind, gaining access to a network of some of the oldest and best trained commercial roofing contractors across the country and getting referred to from APOC representatives to do installations. 

Apply today to become an APOC Approved Contractor!

Learn more about ICP Group in their RoofersCoffeeShop® Directory or visit icpgroup.com.



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