Showing posts from October, 2017

4 Characteristics of a Great Roofer

As you've probably seen by now, Above & Beyond Roofing was recently recognized at the best roofer in Missouri ! How did we get there? Keep reading to learn about some of the characteristics that make a roofer great. 1. Comes Highly Recommended for Quality Work.  Our  Lake of the Ozarks roofing company  prides itself in high quality work. Don't just take our word for it, ask our customers. We have an entire page on our website dedicated to reviews and testimonials from our clients. We also include a list of professional references. When it comes to your roof, you want to make sure you're hiring a company that will do the job right, so be sure to do your research first. 2. Provides Professional and Personal Service.  Roofers come to your house to complete the work. Therefore, aside from quality work, you want quality service. You want to hire a company that shows professionalism, and provides great, personal service. Find a roofer that will answer their phon

8th Annual Totes for Ta-Tas at Lake of the Ozarks

Above & Beyond Roofing is proud to be a sponsor of the 8th Annual Totes for Ta-Tas at the Lake of the Ozarks. This event is one of our favorites to participate in each year. Owner Melissa Krokson has been involved for numerous years. Keep reading to learn more about this annual event that supports breast cancer awareness. About Totes for Ta-Tas  Founded in 2010, Totes for Ta-Tas is an event that raises funds to provide support to local breast cancer patients at Lake Regional Cancer Center, including wigs, counseling, transportation, childcare and other specific patient needs. In 2016, a check for $8,300 was given to the Lake Regional Cancer Center. Each year volunteers help gather and sort donated purses for the annual event held in October, Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Over the past 8 years, the event has raised over $52,000, money that has all stayed local. Volunteers Sorting Purses at Above & Beyond Roofing  2017 Event Details  Totes for Ta-Tas is celebr

3 Tips for Selecting the Best Roofing Color for Your Home

When installing a new roof on your home, you have a wide variety of color choices. Not only do you want to pick a color you like, but you need to consider resale value. Today's blog from your favorite Lake of the Ozarks roofer offers a few tips for selecting the best roofing color for your home. 1. Consider Heat Retention.  The color of your roof can have a significant effect on heat retention. During the summer months at the Lake of the Ozarks, outdoor temperatures can get quite high. Studies have shown that the wood under black shingles can get up to 10 degrees hotter than the wood under white shingles. Darker roofs tend to attract more heat. Therefore, you might want to consider something a little lighter. You'll be thankful when you get that summer utility bill. 2. 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 lo

Cleaning and Maintaining Your Gutters this Fall

The fall season is upon us, and that means more opportunities for debris to clog up your gutters. The falling leaves can easily gather in the gutters prevent water from being able to drain off your roof property. With the change of seasons, it's important to clean and maintain your gutters. Our Lake of the Ozarks roofing company is here to help you make sure they're ready for the winter ahead. 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 you can do to protect your roof. When cleaning yo