How to update your roof safely
Like the rest of the world, residents of Hawaii need to acclimate to the new normal, and to protect ourselves and everyone we encounter, we must do what we can to stop the COVID-19 pandemic.
Because many homeowners have roofs that are still in need of repair or replacement, roofers are considered an essential business, and we are here to work for you.
Not all roofing contractors are the same, so it is important to select a roofing company that is licensed, insured, experienced for all of your roofing needs, and is prepared to work safely to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
West Oahu Roofing Inc. is a local family-owned and -operated roofing company that has been serving the entire island of Oahu since 2004. WOR specializes in the installation and repair of all types of roofing materials and roofing accessories.
WOR is has an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau and mainly relies on word-of-mouth recommendations from previous customers. WOR goes above and beyond all year long to provide quality work at an affordable price.
Some of the new protocols WOR is implementing within the company during this time include the use of protective face coverings while working near others and riding in vehicles with others. And, while estimators meet new clients, a 6-foot social distancing must be observed and no handshakes — only shakas are allowed.
“At West Oahu Roofing Inc., we believe being considered an essential business comes with a big responsibility for our employees, customers and the entire state of Hawaii. Since we are given the opportunity to continue working, we must hold ourselves to the highest safety standards to ensure safety of our employees and customers come first,” says Bernard Balais, president RME.
Contact WOR for a free estimate and allow our associates to help you with all of your roofing needs before the next big storm. Visit westoahuroofing.com to see the quality of work West Oahu Roofing Inc. can provide.
We will get through this difficult time but only if we continue to do everything we can to reduce the threat of COVID-19. But most of all, we all need to continue embrace the aloha spirit.