Showing posts from February, 2015

Join Us at the 36th Annual Products and Services Show this Weekend!

Come see your Lake of the Ozarks roofing company at the 36th Annual Lake of the Ozarks Products and Services Show - the largest trade show of its kind in Central Missouri. The show is an excellent way for businesses in the Lake of the Ozarks region to market their business to consumers and other businesses. Types of businesses that will be represented at this year's show include home improvements, computers and electronics, financial services, landscaping, roofing, building supplies, educational institutions and more! 2015 Event Details Location: Country Club Hotel - Lake Ozark, Missouri  Date and Time: Saturday from 9 AM to 5 PM and Sunday from 10 AM to 3 PM 2015 Booths 101.9 The Wave Zimmer Radio Group 107.9 The Coyote  21st Century Automation, Inc.  ABC Wellness Center Above & Beyond Roofing , LLC Accurate Home Safety  American Sun Control Anserson Decorative Finishes Architecture & Engineering Consultants Aqua Hero LLC  B&B Heatin

6 Common Problems Affecting Metal Roofs

Metal roofing is becoming increasingly popular among homeowners for several reasons. The main reason is the longevity of metal roofs. With proper maintenance, this tough and durable roofing material can last up to 50 years or longer. Metal roofs are also very energy efficient, can prevent the spread of fire and the material is easily recyclable. However, as with any type of Lake of the Ozarks roof , they can be affected by the elements. While all roofs can suffer wear and tear, here are 6 common problems you can find with metal roofing. 1. Leaking.  When not installed properly, your metal roof could have gaps, allowing water to seep through. Even if you find just a small leak, it can become a much bigger problem if you don't address it right away. If you notice a leak, contact a roofing professional right away. Ignoring the leak will only end up costing you more money for your metal roof repairs at the Lake of the Ozarks . 2. Punctures and Tears.  Due to all the foot tr

9 Unique Valentine's Day Date Ideas

Valentine's Day is just 2 days away! Do you have your plans yet? While dinner and roses may be your typically Valentine's Day celebration, consider mixing it up this year. Just like there are hundreds of gift options, there are endless date options as well. Above & Beyond Roofing brings you 9 great ideas for a unique Valentine's Day date! 1. Scavenger Hunt Going on a scavenger hunt together can strengthen your bond. You'll be able to laugh and play together, so much more fun than that boring dinner you have every year. You could hunt for random things around town or make a plan of things you would need for the perfect Valentine's date. Work together to find the items and then enjoy the evening together with your findings. 2. Homemade Meal The restaurants are going to be crowded, so why not stay in and prepare a meal for that special someone. A romantic candle lit dinner just the two of you will be much better than waiting forever in a busy, loud res

6 Steps to Animal Proof Your Roof and Home

When was the last time you inspected your home for deteriorated trim and fascia boards, holes in the attic vents or an open chimney on your Lake of the Ozarks roof ? All these areas present an opportunity for wildlife to get into your home! Wildlife experts at the Humane Society recommend assessing the condition of your home a couple times a year to keep wildlife intrusions and other problems at bay. A few simple steps can help keep unwanted visitors out of your home! 1. From the Ground Up Check the Foundation.  Check the foundation for any openings and signs of animal activity where pipes, vents and cables exit the home. Look at places where different types of building materials come together. Window wells, dryer exhaust vents, thresholds and gaps in brick or siding can all provide possible entryways. If you find holes smaller than a few inches, those can easily be caulked, stuffed with copper mesh or filled with expandable foam. Larger openings, however, should be repaired to o