Midwest Roofing Blog

Midwest Roofing provides roofing repair and installation services at the Lake of the Ozarks, Jefferson City, and Columbia areas. Our blog contains posts rich with tips and tricks on maintaining and protecting your home or commercial building.

Why We Sell Waterloov Gutter Guards

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Waterloov Gutter Guard Louvers

When it's time to add leaf guards or a gutter protection system to your home, Midwest Roofing recommends installing Waterloov Gutter Guards. Low to zero maintenance, good looks, and a revolutionary design are just a few reasons why we sell Waterloov Gutter Guards.

How Waterloov Gutter Guards Work

Waterloov Gutter Guards unique design allows water to enter the gutter system while keeping leaves, pine needles, twigs, and other debris out. Waterloov Gutter Guards uses two rows of staggered louvers that allows water to wash from the top of the gutter guard, down the wall of the guard and into the gutter. The louvers are designed to keep debris that is larger than 3/4” out of the gutter system. Debris that is smaller than 3/4” may still be able to enter the gutter. However, due to the swirling water effect caused by the louvers; this debris is quickly washed out of the gutter through the downspout before it has a chance to accumulate.

Waterloov Gutter Guards Add Curb Appeal

Most gutter protection systems detract from a home’s beauty due to their bulky appearance and tendency to allow debris to collect on top of the gutter. Furthermore, other gutter protection systems are only available in one or two colors which may clash with your home's color scheme. Waterloov Gutter Guards are designed to blend in with your existing roof and gutter system. Waterloov Gutter Guards are also available in a variety of colors that can match or compliment your home's existing gutters and roof.

Maintaining Your Waterloov Gutter Guards

Waterloov Gutter Guards are designed to be maintenance-free. The durable metal construction and advanced louver design means that virtually all debris washes away from the surface of the gutter guard. However, if your home is surrounded by trees or you live in an area with an unusual amount of windblown debris, your Waterloov Gutter Guards may need a simple cleaning once or twice a year.
Maintenance of your Waterloov Gutter Guards is easily performed using a brush with a telescopic handle. Simply walk around the exterior of your home and use the brush to remove debris from your Waterloov Gutter Guards. That's all there is to it, no ladders, no walking on the roof, and no need to change into work clothes. No other gutter protection system is as easy to maintain as the Waterloov Gutter Guard.

Midwest Roofing is proud to be the exclusive dealer and installer of Waterloov Gutter Guards in Missouri. For more information about Waterloov Gutter Guards or to schedule a free estimate, please contact us.

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Midwest Roofing, Your Commercial Roofer in Lake Ozark, Jefferson City & Columbia

Midwest Roofing, Your Commercial Roofer in Lake Ozark, Jefferson City & Columbia

You probably already know that Midwest Roofing provides residential roofing services but did you know we provide commercial and industrial services as well?  We have served many very satisfied businesses around the Lake, Jefferson City and Columbia area and we would love the opportunity to do the same for your business.
Here are a few different types of roofing that we can install:

Single-Ply Roofing -  There are several options when it comes to single-ply membranes.

  • EPDM - (Ethlyene Propylene Diene Terpolymer)
  • EPDM roofing membranes have been a popular choice over the past couple decades. The roof is flexible so it can expand and contract as the temparature changes. Plus, EPDM has one of the industry's longest average service life.
  • TPO - (ThermoPlastic Olefin) - TPO single-ply roofing membranes are a growing commercial roofing product. Known for being heat-reflective and energy efficient, TPO roofing systems are a great choice for your new or replacement roof.
Modified Bitumen
  • Modified bitumen roofing systems are an extension of asphalt roofing. The two main types are SBS (Styren Butadiene Styrene) and APP (Actic Polypropylene).
  • Standing Seam
These types of metal panel roofs have raised interlocking seams which join one panel to the next. Because it is made out of metal, the panels provide great protection and durability. As a McElroy Metals certified standing seam, you can trust Midwest Roofing for your next standing seam roofing project.

Midwest Roofing holds many Roofing Certifications. Each Lake of the Ozarks roofing job we do conveys a sense of personal achievement so the quality is unsurpassed.  Call now and get your free inspection and free quote to get started on your new roof.

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Eldon, MO  65029
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How Midwest Roofing Began!

Midwest Roofing was founded by two friends who decided customers deserve more. Having witnessed one unsatisfied customer after another, the founders of Midwest Roofing knew they could do it right the first time.

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Meet Midwest Roofing Team Member, Madison Plemmons!!

Born and raised on a farm in mid Missouri, I come from strong work ethics. I am currently finishing my BA degree in Agribusiness, and am very fortunate to have found a career here with Midwest Roofing. In March of 2015 I became HAAG certified. 
Along with being a Claims Specialist, I’m a husband to my wonderful wife, Chelsae, and a father to our sweet daughter. I enjoy time spent with my family and friends, especially outdoors. My job is very rewarding for me because of my love for a challenge and making people happy. I’m proud to be a part of a company that continues to grow and I look forward to building strong relationships with my customers.

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Meet Midwest Roofing Team Member, Adam Otto!!

Adam Otto has been in the Lake Area since 2003. I graduated from School of the Osage in 2007. After high school I went on to William Woods University on a basketball scholarship where I graduated a Double Major in Business Administration and Management Information Systems in 2012. 

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