Honolulu, Hawaii

Ohana Construction Offers Cash Back For Roof ReferralsHonolulu, Honolulu, Hawaii

Valid from April 19, 2017 to December 29, 2017
Ohana Construction Offers Cash Back For Roof Referrals, Honolulu, Hawaii

A new roof will not only transform the look of your home; it will also significantly boost its value. And because the roofing contractors at Ohana Construction in Honolulu, HI, want to make getting a new roof as affordable as possible, they’re offering an unbeatable referral program: now, telling your friends about their roof replacement and repair services will earn you cash!

Ohana Construction Offers Cash Back for Referrals for their Roof Services

From now until December 29th, 2017, homeowners can earn up to $2000 for telling their friends and family about the top-quality services at Ohana Construction. A single referral is worth $250; three referrals will get you a bonus of $1000; and five referrals will earn you $2,000 in cash back.

roofThe roofing contractors at Ohana Construction are also committed to helping worthwhile organizations in the area. That’s why they’re sponsors of Make-A-Wish® Hawaii, the Hawaii Foodbank, and the Hawaiian Humane Society. As an added bonus with this program, a portion of all online registrations will go to these non-profits. Ohana Construction will also be collecting nonperishable goods to donate to these organizations.

Don’t Miss Out! Get Big Rewards for Telling Your Friends About Their Quality Roof Services

If you’ve been contemplating having your roof repaired, now is the time. Let the pros at Ohana Construction assess your home to see how much you can save on roofing services. Whether you need a roof inspection or a complete replacement, their trusted team will get the job done the right way. Call (808)797-1711 or visit them online to learn more about their roof referral program or other roofing services.

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