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What is Causing My Roof to Leak?

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It's been a rainy summer here at the Lake of the Ozarks and if you've had a roof leak or if you have one in the near future, you may be wondering what causes your roof to leak. A leaking roof can cause some serious in a hurry so it's important to address issues in a timely manner. If you have a roof you can count on the Above & Beyond Roofing crew to come and save the day! We offer roof repair service at the Lake of the Ozarks and emergency tarping. Today, our Lake of the Ozarks roofing company would like to break down what causes a roof leak in the first place. 

Shingles and Fasteners During heavy winds or a storm, shingles can be damaged and fasteners can become dislodged, leaving an open space for water to make its way down into your roof. Trim down any trees in close proximity to or above your roof. Trees that are not properly trimmed back can fall piercing your shingles and creating leaks.
Quality of Work Improper installation and poor workmanship are one of the…

What To Do If Your Roof is Buckling

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Have you ever noticed a roof that appears to be lifting up in certain areas? Maybe you noticed it while you were driving or maybe your roof appears to be lifting up? In the roofing world, we call this "buckling." Not only does this not look great, but it can also be causing major damage to your home. Today, your favorite Lake of the Ozarks roofing company would like to share with you what causes a buckling roof and what happens if you don't address the issue. 

What Causes a Buckling Roof 
When your roof is buckling, it resembles a large air bubble that stretches the roof sheathing, felt and shingles. This can be caused by a variety of different circumstances:
Improper Installation of Felt or Underlayment - Buckling can occur when the felt or underlayment is not installed properly. If these products are wrinkled, it can easily show through the roof shingles, as the shingles are installed over it. Movement in the Roof Deck - The roof decking is the plywood sheets that cover…

HUGE Announcement! Above & Beyond Roofing is Adding Construction!

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Above & Beyond Roofing has been serving the Lake of the Ozarks community for 15 years offering the best roofing service at the Lake of the Ozarks! After 15 years of having the best clients we could ask for, we have decided to expand our services and add a construction division! We fell in love with the Lake of the Ozarks community when we moved our business here in 2004 and are excited to start this new venture with our Lake of the Ozarks community! Read on to learn about the new services will be offering!


Home Additions  Have you outgrown your home but you're not ready to move? We are now expanding our services to offer home additions! Adding an addition to your home is a great way to increase the square footage of your home, increase the value of your home, and offer more usable space! If you're thinking about adding an addition to your home, reach out to Above & Beyond Roofing!
Remodels  Just like our roofing services, no project is too big or too small for our team…

We Offer More than Just Roofing Services!

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When you hire Above & Beyond Roofing, we stand by our motto that no job is too big or too small for our roofing company at the Lake of the Ozarks! Even though we are known for installing high-quality roofs, did you that there are other home improvement projects that we offer as well? Read on to learn about the services that we offer in addition to roofing!


Soffit 
Soffit is the piece of material that connects the roof overhang to the side of the building. It serves both an aesthetic and functional purpose. Without soffit, your rafters would be fully exposed to the elements. Exposed rafters can lead to mold buildup and rotting beams that will need to be replaced. Soffit also helps your home breathe; with vented soffit, air can flow through the vents to provide proper ventilation of your attic.
Fascia 
Fascia is the board that runs along the roof, acting as a finishing edge that connects to the ends of the rafters and trusses. They also typically hold gutters in place. The primary f…