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Asphalt vs. Metal Roofs

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When it comes time to invest in a new roof at the Lake of the Ozarks you'll want to ensure that you choose the right material for your roof. The two most common types of roofing material are asphalt and metal. Both are good choices for your roofing material but it's important to consider the benefits of each type before making your final decision. Today, our roofing company at the Lake of the Ozarks would like to share with your the benefits of both asphalt roofs and metal roofs so that you can decide which roofing material is best for your home or business. 

Benefits of an Asphalt Roof
Over the years, asphalt roofing has come in #1 in roofing products. It's arguably the most popular among homeowners because it's a proven material that they are comfortable with. Take a look at some of the benefits of asphalt roofing vs. metal roofing:
Lower initial cost than metal roofing Easier installation  Easier to repairBetter soundproofing Good at keeping in heat during the winter…

3 Strategies for Choosing a Roof Color

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When it comes time to install a new roof at the Lake of the Ozarks, you have a lot to consider. What roofing company at the Lake of the Ozarks will you use, which material is best for your roof, and which color you like best! Above & Beyond Roofing has over 100 years of combined experience on their team, so choosing the best roofer at the Lake of the Ozarks is easy -Call Above & Beyond Roofing! However, choosing the color of your roof may not be quite as simple. That's why today, we have three strategies for selecting the roofing color for your home.


#1 Compliment Your Siding While you want your roof to compliment the siding on your home, you don't want them to match. Choosing the exact same shade for your shingles and your siding won't look as good as it sounds. The most visually appealing roof and siding combinations are colors that are complementary. In addition, if your siding is busy, like brick or stone, you want to choose a simple single color for your roof.…