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2019 Lake of the Ozarks Eagle Days

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Above & Beyond Roofing is a proud Platinum Eagle Sponsor for the 2019 Lake of the Ozarks Eagle Days! Eagle Day's is one of the largest winter events that happen at the Lake of the Ozarks and if you have yet to attend, you should! This entertaining and educational event offers demonstrations of live eagles from the World Bird Sanctuary, programs from the Dickerson Park Zoo, vendors, color contests and other children's activities. Take a look at this year's schedule of events and prepare for a weekend of fun! This year, Eagle Days will take place on Saturday, January 5th and Sunday, January 6th, 2019. Today, Lake of the Ozarks best roofing company at the Lake of the Ozarks has all the details for the 2019 Eagle Days!


Photo Credit: FunLake.com  2019 Eagle Days Schedule School of the Osage Heritage Elementary  • Coloring & Photo Contest • Face Painting • Ameren Missouri • Jim Rathert Photography & Mugs
• MO Dept. of Conservation • Master Naturalist, Lake of the Ozar…

Catch Roof Damage Early and Avoid a Full Roof Replacement!

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Our roofing company at the Lake of the Ozarks recommends that you check the condition of your roof at least twice a year. When you check the condition of your roof often, you can prolong the life of your roof. If problems are caught early on, you may just need to make a few simple repairs versus having to completely replace your roof a the Lake of the Ozarks. Today, Above & Beyond Roofing has a checklist for what to look for during a roof inspection.


Exterior Inspection Since inspecting the exterior of your roof may require you to climb on the roof and walk around, it's typically best to hire a professional to do this.
Examine all gutters and downspouts. Make sure that the drains are secured to the roof and free from debris. Visually explore your roof for damaged shingles. Look for shingles that are cracked, torn, bald or missing. Look around the chimney for any loose materials and any wear around the chimney pipes and vents. Note any rusty nails or flashings. Be aware of any …

7 Warning Signs That Your Roof May Need Replaced

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Often the signs that you need a new roof at the Lake of the Ozarks come as obvious signs such as a major roof leak. However, this is not always the case. If you don't take care to check the condition of your roof often, it could result in bigger problems down the road. To ensure your roof is in good condition, take advantage of Above & Beyond's free roof inspections at the Lake of the Ozarks! For now, check out a few warning signs to look out for that could indicate you will need to replace your roof soon.


Warning Signs That You May Need To Replace Your Roof  1) Shingle edges are curled or shingle tabs are cupped.

2) Your roof is at least 20 years old. Although many shingles today are produced for durability, many factors can accelerate the aging of shingles. For example, your shingles can be negatively impacted by improper roof ventilation.

3) Your roof looks warn and old. If your roof just looks old and warn, it is best to be proactive about replacing your roof at the La…

Everything You Need to Know About Metal Roofs!

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Choosing the roofing material for a new roof at the Lake of the Ozarks is a big decision. Your roofing material can change the entire look of your home or business so it's important to think about all of your options. Metal roofs are becoming a more and more popular choice for homes and business and for a good reason! Today, your trusted roofing company at the Lake of the Ozarks would like to share with you a few of the advantages and disadvantages of installing a metal roof at the Lake of the Ozarks.



Metal roofs offer a clean, high tech look that will suit the architectural style of many homes and businesses. If a more rustic or corrugated style is desired, you can purchase this style of metal roofing material. Consider the other advantages and disadvantages of upgrading to a metal roof.

Advantages:VERY Durable - although it is lightweight, the metal roof will hold up to many harsh elements. This non-combustible, highly fire-retardant roofing option will stand up to wind, hail an…