Maui Roofing

Maui Roofing
Maui Roofing offers Furnace Repair services in Kihei HI.

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Maui Roofing has an overall ZapScore of 70. This means that Maui Roofing has a higher ZapScore than 70% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Kihei, Hawaii is 38 and in the Furnace Repair category is 66. Learn more about ZapScore.

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Maui Roofing shared's photo. is down due to and island wide power outage caused by thunderstorms last night. Emails to Maui Roofing should be addressed to
October 24, 2017, 3:47am (updated) POWER OUTAGE "There is an island-wide power outage due to the weather. Police Dispatch is still able to receive 911 calls. MECO is working to restore power." Maui Police Department Stay tuned at

Keep an eye of the National Hurricane Center and Central Pacific Hurricane Center websites. At this time, Hurricane Fernanda is forecast to remain a hurricane as it nears the central pacific next week. Although it is a long way off and many factors will influence the forecast track, NOW is the time to prepare. We have a long hurricane season ahead of check your supplies and your disaster plans.

Twenty five years after Iniki, NOAA predicts a near, or above normal 2017 Central Pacific hurricane season For 2017, the outlook calls for a 70 percent probability of 5 to 8 tropical cyclones, which includes tropical depressions, tropical storms and hurricanes. An average season produces 4 to 5 tropical cyclones. El Nino decreases the vertical wind shear over the tropical central Pacific, which favors the development of more and stronger tropical cyclones. El Nino also favors more west- ward-tracking storms from the eastern Pacific into the central Pacific. “This outlook reflects the possible transition to a weak El Nino during the hurricane season, along with near- or above-average ocean temperatures in the main hurricane for- mation region, and near- or weaker-than-average vertical wind shear in that area,” said Gerry Bell, Ph.D., NOAA’s lead seasonal hurricane forecaster at the Climate Prediction Center. Bell added, “If El Nino develops, it may become strong enough to produce an above-normal season.” The Central Pacific basin may also be shifting toward a longer-term period of increased tropical cyclone activity, in response to changes in global sea surface temperatures pat- terns in both the Atlantic and Pacific Ocean which historically last anywhere from 25 to 40 years. This outlook is a general guide to the overall seasonal hurricane activity in the central Pacific basin and does not predict whether, or how many, of these systems will affect Hawaii. Hurricane season begins June 1 and runs until November 30. Source: Hawaii Skywarn Spotter Newsletter

Going off the grid this Memorial weekend to do volunteer work at Haleakala Crater. Everybody enjoy a safe holiday weekend. Remember those great men and women who made the ultimate sacrifice serving our country. Our gratitude can never equal their heroism.

April 30, 2017 The worst April showers passed. Atmospheric instability lingers. Rain slows our productivity. Every day we're rained out puts us 2 to 3 days behind schedule. Rain increases road travel times, causes muddy inaccessible job sites, Wet roofs are slippery and dangerous. Roofs must dry before we an work. We get more calls when it rains on top of call backs and ongoing jobs. Rain increases our workload. Please bear with us. Thanks.