As Island residents consider upgrading their homes in advance of the hot summer months, the skilled team at Murakami Roofing is poised to help local homeowners select the ideal roofing application to best protect their dwelling for generations to come.

Mur akami Roofing LLC has assisted Hawaii’s homeowners for nearly 40 years as Clinton Murakami heads the family business after learning the ropes under the tutelage of his father, Clifford. The company is lauded by local residents for its commitment to integrity and stellar service, and Murakami notes that it’s important to properly identify customers’ needs at the onset of every project.


While customers may be uncertain at first when choosing between different roofing materials available, the experts at Murakami Roofing confidently recommend PABCO Roofing Products. PABCO makes shingles suited for sloped roofs of roughly nine and a half degrees or more, including the entry-level laminate Premier shingle. This particular variety is the “heaviest” in its class at 260 pounds, a weight that translates into an ideal defense against Hawaii’s steady trade winds.


Most PABCO shingles feature a 3M Scotchgard Algae Prevention System, which offers a 20-year warranty against algae — an unsurpassed guarantee within the market. PABCO’s Radiance shingles feature solar reflective properties and have proven popular in Hawaii’s tropical climate as they keep homes cooler by reflecting heat back into the atmosphere. Radiance shingles also help homeowners save on energy costs as less power is required to cool structures over time.

Homeowners are encouraged to learn more about the various products, including everything from three-tab to super-heavyweight shingles available in assorted colors and their corresponding applications at Murakami recommends PABCO Roofing products because they provide quality and service that the company can stand behind. The products’ superior warranties and local customer service provide residents with peace of mind that any issues will be remedied promptly and correctly.


“We work hard to provide excellent customer service, and it’s our service that sets us apart from the competitors,” said Murakami, who hopes to pass on the business to his son in the coming years and make it a third-generation company. “We all sell the same roofing products, but it comes down to customer service. I have a lot of customers who used to be my dad’s, and some day, they will be my son’s customers, too.”

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