The right roof to protect your home, family
As hurricane season in Hawaii officially begins on June 1 — and ends on Nov. 30 — we cannot forget the damages from hurricanes Iniki, Iselle and Julio.
Now is the time to take action, especially if you need a new roof, re-roof or repair. Call Bernard C. Balais of West Oahu Roofing Inc. (WOR), so you can have peace of mind knowing you took preventive measures to protect your home and family.
Balais will work with you to balance quality and affordability to meet your needs and preferences. After discussing roofing material and installation, the company will provide efficient and quality workmanship that will help to strengthen your roof against potential severe weather. Together, with a manufacturer warranty, WOR provides a seven year workmanship warranty on all new roofs and re-roofs.
WOR is privileged to partner with the University of Hawaii Sea Grant College Program in the development of the “Homeowners Handbook to Prepare for Natural Hazards, Third Edition.” For its participation, WOR installed an asphalt shingle roof, in accordance with the FEMA guidelines, to strengthen the roof against the weather.
WOR also offers other services like solar fans, skylights and rain gutter installation. The company has stocks of old and discontinued roofing materials like Monier tiles to repair your existing roof.
A family-owned company and a member of Better Business Bureau (BBB), WOR mostly relies on word-of-mouth recommendations from previous customers. WOR goes above and beyond, not only during hurricane season, but all year-long to provide quality work at an affordable price.
“We are a small roofing company doing our best to serve the people of Hawaii,” said Balais.
So, if you are in the market for an affordable, quality roof, call West Oahu Roofing Inc. for a free estimate at 671-6886, or email the company at westoahuroofing@ gmail.com. Also, visit westoahuroofing.com to learn more of what the company can offer you.
WEST OAHU ROOFING INC.
contact // 671-6886
address // 94-170 Leoole St.