Why Hundreds of Hawai’i Homeowners Have Trusted Oceanview Roofing…
Choosing a quality contractor for your roof is one of the most important considerations you’ll ever make in the investment of your home.
Hi, my name is Peter Michelmore and I’m the owner of Oceanview Roofing. I’ve been in the roofing business for over 35 years. I’ve fixed hundreds of leaks made by the poor workmanship of other companies. Even leaks by some of the biggest names in roofing in Hawai’i. Roofing leaks can be expensive.
What makes Oceanview Roofing Unique?
Experience and attention to details.
As a company, we’re not going to practice on your roof. We get it right the first time.
We also pay attention to important things that will give your roof a longer life, including: Stainless steel nails that won’t rust out, top quality underlayment (not just felt paper) and custom folded flashings. I personally inspect each job to make sure everything is completed properly and according to code.
What should I look for in a roofing contractor?
Unfortunately, there’s a lot of guys in Hawaii who call themselves roofers but don’t even have a proper license. Everyone’s got a buddy or a cousin who’s a roofer, who only works for cash on the weekends. The problem with hiring these types of guys is you may have no legal recourse when your roof leaks and you have expensive damages to your home.
You want to make sure your contractors are stable, reliable and do the work themselves (They don’t hire out sub-contractors).
Safety – Many roofing companies are NOT COMPLIANT with OSHA regulations. Often their roofers are often not even tied-in to the roof when working. What most people don’t know is that if someone falls off your roof and is injured, disabled (or even killed) and the contractor doesn’t have up to date Workman’s Compensation and Liability insurance, YOU COULD BE PERSONALLY LIABLE.
Make sure to check the OSHA and General Insurance of the company that installs your roof BEFORE they start working! Keep a copy for your files. Oceanview Roofing is a proud member of The Better Business Bureau.
What’s your company’s specialty?
Quality. We only use quality materials and pay close attention to details. We have extensive experience working with: Concrete & Spanish tiles, aluminum, wood shakes, asphalt shingles, & flat roof coatings.
How is roofing in Hawai’i different?
In tropical climates, you have to choose a roofing product that will withstand the extremes of strong winds, excessive rain, heat, sun and salt air. Many roofing products will fade, peel, chip or crack in this weather. At Oceanview Roofing, we can guide you through the process to help you find the best quality roofing products that will provide you the best protection possible for your budget.
Call us today at (808) 234-1000 for a no-obligation, FREE estimate for repairing or replacing your roof.
What is the Best Roof For Hawai’i?
Interlock Aluminum Shake Roofing has the best long term value for your investment and Hawaii’s harsh tropical climate.
Watch this short video featuring Peter Michelmore of Oceanview Roofing:
What’s popular with your customers now?
We have Energy Star products that will save people money on cooling costs. Some even qualify for a $500 government rebate.
Oceanview Roofing, Hawaii’s exclusive Interlock® Roofing Ltd. contractor, is proud to announce that their full catalogue of lifetime aluminum metal roofing products is eligible for a 2014 Federal Tax Credit of up to $500. This applies for roofing “placed in service” between January 1st and December 31 2013, and meets or exceeds Energy Star® program requirements. Watch for more information on the 2014 program.
If you’re like most, your home is your most valuable asset. And you’ll do anything to protect it. Interlock® metal roofs are built to last. In fact, they’re so durable that when you replace your roof with an Interlock® roof, you’ll never have to re-roof again. NEVER.
Our first goal is to provide you with the last roof you will ever need.
Oceanview Roofing is the exclusive dealer for Interlock® Permanent Aluminum Roofing in Hawai’i. See more details here.