Associations

  • Canadian Urethane Foam Contractors Association (CUFCA) – The Canadian   Urethane Foam Contractors Association (CUFCA) specializes in sprayed   polyurethane foam insulation. Their goal is to champion the Polyurethane Foam   Industry as a whole, while sustaining high industry standards and encouraging   ongoing professional development.
  • Cellulose Insulation Manufacturers Association (CIMA) – The Cellulose Insulation   Manufacturers Association is your source for accurate, complete information   about the performance and use of cellulose thermal/acoustical insulation.
  • Central States Insulation Association (CSIA)    – The Central States Insulation   Association is   a regional branch of the National Insulation   Association (NIA).
  • Eastern States Insulation Contractors Association (ESICA) – The Eastern States   Insulation Contractors Association represents both small and large mechanical,   commercial, industrial and asbestos abatement contractors as well as various   suppliers and distributors of products and services to the industry.
  • High Performance Insulation Professionals –  The Blow-In-Blanket Contractors   Association organizes, standardizes, and promotes the Blow-In-Blanket System for   the benefit of homeowners and their members.
  • Insulation Contractors Association of America (ICAA) – The industry’s invaluable   resource for locating products and services from the industry’s top suppliers.
  • Insulation Contractors Association of New York City (ICANYC) – The Insulation   Contractors Association of New York City takes positive steps to protect the   industry against imposition, injustice, and encroachments by other industries by   gathering and sharing information of interest and by discouraging unfair methods   of competition.
  • Midwest Insulation Contractors Association (MICA) The Midwest Insulation   Contractors Association provides you and your firm the opportunity to be part of a   professional and dynamic association of commercial and industrial insulation   contractors, abatement contractors, associate manufacturer/distributor and   material supply firms, and affiliate firms that interact with the insulation industry.
  • North American Insulation Manufacturers Association (NAIMA)The North   American Insulation Manufacturers Association is a trade association of North   American (United States, Canada and Mexico) manufacturers of fiber glass, rock   wool, and slag wool insulation products. NAIMA members manufacture the vast   majority of fiber glass, rock and slag wool insulations produced and used in North   America.
  • North American Insulation Manufacturers Association Canada (NAIMA Canada)NAIMA Canada is a sister organization to the North American Insulation   Manufacturers Association (NAIMA) in the United States.
  • National Insulation Association (NIA) The National Insulation Association is a   northern Virginia based trade association representing the mechanical and   specialty insulation industry.
  • Reflective Insulation Manufacturer Association (RIMA) The Reflective Insulation   Manufacturer Association represents reflective insulation and radiant barrier   manufacturers and other companies that are active within the industry. RIMA exists   to educate the marketplace on the benefits of reflective technologies and to   represent member’s interests in establishing ASTM standards for testing and   installation procedures.
  • Southwest Insulation Contractors Association (SWICA) The Southwest Insulation   Contractors Association is comprised of industrial and commercial insulation and   asbestos abatement contractors and their product manufacturers, distributors and   suppliers throughout the southwestern United States.
  • Spray Polyurethane Foam Alliance (SPFA) The Spray Polyurethane Foam Alliance   is the voice, educational and technical resource for the spray polyurethane foam   industry. SPFA develops tools designed to educate, communicate and influence the   construction industry of the positive benefits of SPF roofing, insulation and climate   control systems.