Skylights are a wonderful way to increase the amount of natural light coming into your home during the day. However, as a homeowner, you probably don’t go up on your roof very often to check out the quality of the installation.

You probably won’t even notice anything or think about it until Hawaii gets a heavy rainstorm and water drips into your home via the pukas around your skylight.

Light and cooling solutions


Clinton Murakami, who has more than 25 years of experience as a second-generation roofer, does more than just work on roofs. On a typical day of doing estimates, Clinton likes to talk to his customers and find out all of their needs. After all, planning ahead and considering all of your needs makes sense if you’re going to complete a construction project.

If you need a little more light, now is the time to plan for a solar-tube skylight. If your house is hot and could use a little ventilation, think about a solar attic fan. Another way to cool your roof is to have Murakami’s Roofing apply a special coating to bring down the heat.

Termites are knocking

Many homes are built of wood structures, and if you’ve been seeing termites buzzing around, maybe it’s time to check your roof. Clinton has seen a lot of termite or otherwise infested roofs with the wood eaten away. Rebuilding or repairing a structure is crucial to the durability and longevity of your roof.

Customer service


Clinton said, “What makes my job so fun, even after 25 years, is every roof is a little bit different. It really makes my day when I know I’ve done all I can to deliver great customer service.”

Free estimate

Call 348-8270 to speak to the experienced professional estimators at Murakami’s Roofing who will inspect your roof.

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