Dealer Membership


Does your company sell hardware, lumber, trusses or other miscellaneous building materials to homeowners, contractors, sub-contractors, in Alabama, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi or Oklahoma?  If so, your company's membership level in CSA would be classified as a dealer member.

 As a dealer member, your company benefits from CSA membership in the following ways:

  •  Workers comp insurance that pays back dividends (Available to GA members only)
  • Access to CSA's staff of specialists
  • Complimentary OSHA and DOT audits
  • Weekly, and bi-weekly communication that focuses on industry news and matters related to all facets of business

On a local level, CSA represents and supports members in Alabama, Georgia, Louisiana, and Mississippi.  As a dealer member of CSA, a portion of your company's dues goes to the National Lumber & Building Material Dealers Association (NLBMDA).  This provides you with national representation for industry issues. 


  • Annual Convention & Trade Show (held each September)
  • Best Practices Webinars
  • OSHA 10 hour/30 hour certification workshops
  • Safety-In-A-Box training resources 
  • Specialty workshops (building material take-off, blueprint reading, etc.)


  • Building Material Operations Comparison Program 
    • a comprehensive review of expenses and a salary survey in one tool!
  • Forklift & You Training Program
  • Motor Vehicle Reports
  • Roundtables
    • CSA has fourteen roundtables that include six LBM roundtables, two truss roundtables, three store manager roundtables, one legacy roundtable, two HR roundtables, and two next generation roundtables.  Roundtables meet either once in spring or twice in spring and fall depending on the roundtable.

Interested in membership?  CLICK HERE to access the online dealer application form.  To view or download a dealer member application, CLICK HERE.