Make Your House Spooktacular this Halloween

The way we feel about Halloween around here is - Go Big or Go Home!  Think BIG when planning your outdoor Halloween scheme.  Use large items that are mounted on your roof or hanging from it to make a huge impact.  Many are very affordable!!

Nothing is creepier than looking up and seeing a ghoulish figure looking back at you!  Or a creature that makes you think you are in a cave from Lord of the Rings!  


Here are some things to think about when making your plan.

  1. Use common sense when mounting and attaching items so they don't cause damage.
  2. Consider the best way to attach things so the decoration is stable.Especially if attaching to the gutters make sure the piece isn't too heavy.
  3. Consider complimenting with white or colored lighting that can add some great effects!
  4. Be sure not to block any drainage or exhaust areas.
  5. Compliment what is up high with lawn decorations too.  Create a theme from the top down!
  6. Use music to play eerie music that will automatically put visitors in the mood! 
While you are decorating, glance over your roof to see if you see any damage that has occurred over the year.  If notice damage (or you cause it) be sure to get your roof get a roof inspection from a licensed Lake of the Ozarks Roofer.

These are just some ideas of how to make your home absolutely Spooktacular this Halloween.  Be the talk of the neighborhood and do it up big!!

At Above & Beyond Roofing, we pride ourselves on being a locally owned and operated Roofing company at Lake of the Ozarks - We are open 7- days a week, and we turn the average roofing job in one day!

Contact Ben or Melissa for a free estimate on your next project - 573-302-0354!

"If it needs a roof we can do it ...
from the dog house to your house!"


CALL 573-302-0354 or 573-280-7159

1212 Spring Valley Rd
Osage Beach, MO 65065
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