10 Signs That You Might…Just MIGHT…Need a New Roof

  • You can gaze directly up at the stars from bed at night.
  • A rainy day results in the opening of umbrellas–INSIDE the house.
  • The bottom’s of Dad’s shoes suddenly appear next to the ceiling light.
  • Mowing the lawn is preceded by picking shingles out of the grass.
  • Your real estate agent looks up, slowly shakes her head and walks off muttering.
  • The satellite technician mysteriously disappears off the top of your house.
  • Your roof sings like Sinead O’Connor on windy days.
  • Guests seem unusually reluctant to remove their hats.
  • Your lush, green backyard is outdone only by the lush vegetation on TOP of the house.
  • An attic inspection reveals the missing satellite technician–two years later.
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    Western Pacific Roofing

    COVID-19 Update:

    We recognize that these are challenging times, filled with a high degree of uncertainty. In response, we wanted to let you know we have taken the steps to ensure the ability to inspect your roof, complete an estimate, and do our job while protecting you and our employees! In an effort to continue providing exceptional service for our customers we are still maintaining regular office hours as we have been deemed an essential business. Call by appointment only at this time.

    Our main goal is to ensure the health of our customers, team and community members by following the Center for Disease Control (CDC) as well as our local health agency’s advice. In addition to the CDC guidelines, our team is taking the following precautions to prevent the spread of COVID-19:

    • Implementing a “No-Handshake Policy” for all staff. Our team encourages customers to follow suit and maintain social distancing.
    • Cleaning and disinfectant products are readily available to all team members.
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