Showing posts from March, 2019

Asphalt Roofing - Pros & Cons

Asphalt roofing material is among the most popular material to choose for your Lake of the Ozarks roof . However, before making the ultimate decision to use asphalt shingles, it's important to know the pros and cons because when you install a new roof at the Lake of the Ozarks , you won't be changing your roof material anytime soon. Today, our roofing company at the Lake of the Ozarks has a list for the pros and cons of asphalt roofs. Pros of Asphalt Roofs 1. Less Expensive - The biggest pro to choosing asphalt for your roofing material is that it is the least expensive option. The fact that they are the most affordable is why many homeowners choose asphalt shingles. Asphalt is the most economically viable options when it comes to roofing material. 2. Easy Installation - Asphalt roofing shingles are easier to install than other types of roofing materials. This saves both on time and labor costs for the installation. In fact, Above & Beyond Roofing can turn the

Check for Winter Roof Damage this Spring!

Spring is finally here which means it's time to start thinking about tackling those spring maintenance projects for your home and this includes your roof! Winter can take a toll on your roof especially with all the winter storms we had this winter! Ice dams, snow, and high winds can wreak havoc on your roofing system so it's important to make sure that your Lake of the Ozarks roof is still doing its job. Get a few tips from our roofing company at the Lake of the Ozarks below! 1) Remove Debris from Roof & Gutters One of the first things you'll want to do this spring is to remove any debris that accumulated on your roof this winter. Especially with the winds we experienced a couple weeks ago, debris can easily be blown onto your roof during a storm and stay there, leading to roofing issues. Debris can puncture your roof and/or block water from traveling off your roof, leading to leaks. Removing that debris can not only make problem areas visible, but it will allow

How Do Strong Winds Damage My Roof?

We experienced some extremely high winds over this past weekend and into this week across mid-Missouri! Strong winds can wreak havoc on your roof and it's important to always check your roof for damage after a storm occurs. Today, our roofing company at the Lake of the Ozarks has a few things for you to consider after a bad storm! How Does Wind Affect My Roof? High winds typically don't affect your roof evenly. Generally, you will see damage at the edge of your roof because wind pressure is much stronger on the perimeter of your roof. During high periods of wind, shingles may start to lift and split apart and in some cases fly off your roof! If you notice that your roof is missing any shingles don't wait to call your trusted roofing company at the Lake of the Ozarks because leaving your roof exposed to the elements can cause serious damage to the interior of your home. In addition to the wind itself damaging your roof, wind can also carry things such as tree br

Problems with Moisture on Your Commercial Roof

It's important to keep an eye your commercial roof at the Lake of the Ozarks at all times. Moisture on your roof can cause issues and you'll want to be aware of what can happen because if your roof is not doing its job, it can cause your business to shut down. Our roofing company at the Lake of the Ozarks wants to inform local business owners of the problems associated with moisture on commercial roofs. Read on to learn more! Commercial Roofs Just like your residential roof protects your home and its contents, a commercial roof is designed to protect your business from the elements. The roof is a commercial building's first line of defense against wind, rain, snow, sleet, ice, etc. It is also the most vulnerable part of your building, and therefore, must be continuously inspected, maintained and repaired. Leaks and roof collapse on a commercial building can lead to the shut down of your facility and a lot of lost income. Taking care of your commercial roof will make