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Keep Your Gutters Cleaned Out and Maintained this Fall.

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Fall is in full swing which means that it's time to start on your fall home maintenance checklist if you haven't already. The leaves will begin to change and start falling off the trees very soon. Maintaining your gutters during the fall when the leaves start falling is extremely important and can help extend the life of your Lake of the Ozarks roof. In today's blog, we'd like to share with you some tips for your fall gutter maintenance.


Cleaning Your Gutters
One of the most important fall home maintenance tasks is cleaning out your gutters. It's also one that could easily be overlooked. Removing debris from your gutters and downspouts is critical to preventing water damage to your home. If water cannot drain off your roof properly, it can pool up. Those pools of water will cause wear and tear on your roof that can eventually cause a roof leak. Once water gets into your home, even more, damage can occur. Cleaning your gutters twice a year is one of the best things …

Questions You Should Ask Your Roofing Contractor

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Your roof is an investment and when it comes time to make any roof repairs or replace your Lake of the Ozarks roof you want to make sure the roofer you choose will do a great job. Before you hire a Lake of the Ozarks roofing contractor, you should take the time to ask them a few questions to ensure they are the right contractors for the job. Today, our roofing company at the Lake of the Ozarks has a list of questions to keep in mind before hiring your next roofer.


Question #1: Do you have the necessary licenses and insurance required for a roofing contractor in this area?
Roofing can be a dangerous job, that requires proper training, licenses, and insurance. You want to make sure they have a current license, general liability insurance, and workman's comp insurance. Be sure to ask for the relevant paperwork as proof. At Above & Beyond Roofing, we carry insurance and workman's comp for all employees.



Question #2: How long have you been in the roofing business? How much expe…