MidWeek Kauai: A Roofer Who Keeps You Covered

Aug 9, 2017 | News Articles

MidWeek Kauai:

Please tell us about your business (and when did you officially open).
ProBuilt Hawaii is a Kauai company owned by Jason & Lisa Berry, a family name that has been serving the roofing industry over 40 years. We obtained our Hawaii Contractors license in 2016 and opened for business shortly thereafter.

What is your specialty?
ProBuilt Hawaii specializes in Roofing and Rain Gutters. Quality installation has always been my family’s tradition and Professional and Reliable service is our Promise.

Who would benefit from your services?
Do you work on all kinds of properties from commercial to resident and all areas of the island?
We serve both residential and commercial property owners, builders, and property managers island wide.

What are some of the common roof problems that you come across on Kauai that you can fix?
We often find many Kauai roofs were installed without the proper flashing. Roofing isn’t just about nailing down shingles. It’s the attention to flashing details that makes a superior roof installation.

What kind of roofing options do you offer?
We install Arch 80 style shingles, Corrugated and Standing Seam Metal Roofs. Cedar Shake and Shingle Roofs, Tile Roofs, Roof Coatings, and Commercial Roof Systems.

What is the difference between sectional and seamless rain gutters?
Many properties on Kauai have sectional gutters made from either plastic or aluminum. The pieces are typically 8-10 feet long and are seamed together with caulking. ProBuilt Hawaii is one of only a few companies on Kauai that has a seamless roll forming gutter machine. It’s mounted in our installation van allowing us to manufacture a variety of colors in both 5″ and 6″ onsite at the project.

Why are seamless rain gutters needed?
With Kauai’s periodic heavy rain downpours sectional gutter systems typically will not support the weight or volume of rain water. Most pieced together gutters start leaking within the first few years. Without proper performing gutters the rain water runoff typically causes wood trim and siding to rot along with splashing dirt on the exterior.

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