Showing posts from December, 2016

Trust Your Roof to Inspire Roofing Products

At Above & Beyond Roofing, there's no job too big or too small for us. Over the past 16 years, we've become quite familiar with the variety of roofing shingles on the market. One of our most popular brands to install is Inspire. Learn more about their great roofing products in today's blog.

Inspire Roofing Products 
Protect your most valuable asset, while adding authenticity, beauty and quality, by choosing Inspire! From the carefully engineered designs to the 100% virgin resin material, Inspire's synthetic slate and synthetic shake roofing systems will perform even under the most extreme weather conditions. The products are backed by an industry leading 50 year Limited Lifetime material and labor Warranty.

Features and Benefits
Why choose Inspire for your roofing needs? Here's a list of features and benefits that show just how great Inspire roofing products are:

Slate Features: 
Product camber design provides tight surface contact at the leading edge against w…

Holiday Festivities at the Lake of the Ozarks

Are you sticking around the Lake of the Ozarks for the holidays? Maybe you have friends and family coming into town to see you. Keep everyone entertained with these holiday festivities happening now through New Year's Day!

Enchanted Village of Lights Date: Now through January 1
Time: 5 pm - 9 pm (10 pm on Weekends)
Place: Laurie Fairgrounds

St. Patrick's Festival of Lights Date: Now through January 1
Time: 6 pm - 10 pm
Place: Shrine of St. Patrick

Christmas Village and Ice Skating at Old Kinderhook Date: December 23-25
Place: Old Kinderhook
Information: 573-317-4314

Versailles Unity Circle of Lights Date: Now through January 1
Time: Dark until Midnight
Place: Versailles City Park 

Osage Beach Holiday Lights Date: Now through December 31
Time: Evenings
Place:  Osage Beach City Park & Along Osage Beach Parkway

Christmas Dinner at J. Bruner's Date: December 24 - 25
Time: 5 pm Christmas Eve, 3 pm Christmas Day
Place: J. Bruner's Restaurant
Reservations:  5…

Protect Your Roof from Ice Dams this Winter

Winter is upon us, and that means the season for snow and ice. Winter weather can really take a toll on your roof. One of the biggest roofing concerns during the winter months is ice dams. In today's blog, your favorite Lake of the Ozarks roofing company offers some advice for protecting your roof from ice dams this winter season.

What are Ice Dams? 
Ice dams are the result of an accumulation of ice and water on the roof and under the shingles. They form when the upper areas of a roof are at above-freezing temperatures and the lower-hanging areas are below-freezing. Melting snow and ice runs down the roof and then re-freezes on the edge of the roof and in the gutters. This causes excess water from melting snow to back up and pool behind the "ice dam" and work it's way up under the shingles, leading to the possibility of a leak. If not addressed early on, ice dams can potentially cause major water damage to your home. In addition, the sheer weight of the ice dams …

Lake Area Christmas for Kids

Holiday spirit is in the air! This weekend is the Annual Lake Area Christmas for Kids. All proceeds from the event benefit underprivileged children in the Lake of the Ozarks area. Above & Beyond Roofing is proud to be an angel sponsor for this event. Keep reading to learn how you can help Lake area children enjoy Christmas this holiday season.

Christmas for Kids Event
This year's event will be held on Saturday, December 10 in the Granada Room at the Lodge of Four Seasons. The cocktail party will begin at 5:30 pm and dinner will be served at 6:30 pm. Without a table sponsorship, dinner is $60 per person, plus an unwrapped toy. General admission starts at 7:30 pm and is $20 per person plus an unwrapped toy. Entertainment for the night will feature Shawn C, Elite Lighting & Sound and KC Groove Therapy!

How You Can Help 
Give back to our local community by attending this wonderful annual event this weekend! You can also consider joining the Kiwanis Club of the Ozark Coast. Ev…