Showing posts from June, 2021

Avoid Roof Damage Caused by Fireworks with These Tips! 🎆

 It's already that time of year again where we are seeing firework stands pop up everywhere! Fireworks are a lot of fun and a great way to celebrate! However, it's important to take necessary precautions when setting off fireworks at home. Roof damage can easily occur if you aren't being carful. Read on to get a few tips for keeping your roof free of firework damage this summer!   Clear Your Roof of Any Debris  Before shooting off any fireworks near your home, be sure there's no debris sitting on your roof. Dry leaves, sticks and other debris tend to gather in roof valleys and gutters. These types of material can quickly turn a small spark from a firework into a blazing fire. By clearing your roof ahead of time, you'll decrease the risk of a house fire if a firework does accidentally land on your roof. Regular cleaning of your gutters, not just around the 4th of July, will help you avoid roof issues throughout all the seasons. Trim Back Any Overhanging Trees  Not on

Summer Roofing Issues to Keep an Eye Out For 👀🏡

Summer is here and things are heating up outside! With changing climates and summer storms, there are a few things you should keep an eye out for regarding your roof. Keeping up with regular maintenance and catching issues early on can help extend the life of your roof. Read on to find out what you should be watching out for this summer!  1. Summer Storm Damage  Summer storms bring heavy rains, high winds and sometimes even hail, which can all affect our roofs. Wind can lift shingles, allowing water to get up under them. Hail can puncture your shingles, also making space for water to infiltrate your roof. Seemingly minor issues could turn out to be a bigger issue if rain water gets to the roof deck and starts leaking into your home. After a storm hits, it's a good idea to have your roof inspected for any damage. When an inspection is needed this summer, call 573-302-0354 to schedule your  FREE roof inspection at the Lake of the Ozarks . 2. Moss & Algae Growth The summer season

Important Questions to Ask Your Roofing Contactor

Is a new roof in your near future? When it comes time for a roof replacement, choosing the right contractor for the job is important. A new roof is an investment so investing in the right roofing contactor at the Lake of the Ozarks is critical. Take time to ask questions before making the final decision for your roofing contractor. Not sure what you should ask? Read on to get a list of question to ask your roofing contractor.  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 experience do your employees have?  Your

Homeowners Guide to Your Roof! 📕 🏡

If you own a home, it's important to understand the common maintenance tasks associated with your home. Your roof is an important structural aspect of your home and understanding the ins and outs of roofing maintenance can help prolong the life of your roof! Read on to get a homeowners guide to your roof from our Lake of the Ozarks roofing company !  #1 Roof Leaks Aren't Always Obvious.  When you think about a leaky roof, you might picture a gaping hole in your ceiling. Unfortunately, leaks aren't always that obvious. In fact, they can go undetected for quite some time, causing all sorts of other issues in your home. This is why regular  Lake of the Ozarks roof inspections  are important. Many times, rainwater will slip in around a missing nail or slide its way along with the underlayment before soaking into your ceiling and insulation. Bubbling paint on the ceiling, wall discoloration, or mold growth could all be signs that you have a leak somewhere. #2 Roofs Don't Las