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I have lived in the Iberia, Missouri area until the last few years when I moved to Lake Ozark, Missouri. My business co-owner, Derek, and I have known each other for over 17 years and have been in business together for a little over six years. Growing up, my father was the greatest influence and taught me most of what I know in the construction industry. I graduated from Missouri State University with a Business Entrepreneurship degree knowing exactly what I wanted to do. In December 2012, I became a HAAG certified specialist. I also have received my Xactimate certification. Over the years I have seen countless homeowners that have been treated unfairly or lied to by their contractor. By seeing this I knew that a business could easily be built by something as simple as doing what you said you were going to do. This simple philosophy of sticking to your word has carried me, as well as our business, quite a long way. That being said, I am doing exactly what I have always wanted to do, meeting customers and learning about their lives as we can take care of any damage that they may have.

Installing Single-Ply Roof Insulation

brick skyscraper on partly cloudy morning

Just like with any insulation, insulating a commercial roof is a great investment that saves energy and money for years. The darker the roof is, the more heat the building can absorb/not reflect, making insulation even more valuable in energy retention. If you're needing to insulate a commercial building roof or need to consider it, keep these few tips in mind.

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Let in Light, Not Water, With Your Skylight

skylight on rainy day

By the time you see water damage in your ceiling, a lot of water damage has already occurred in the materials between the exterior of your roof and your ceiling's drywall. The best way to minimize water damage is through frequent maintenance and inspections. Additionally, knowing which roof features are the most likely to leak, particularly skylights, can help you stay abreast of potential damage.

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Know When to Call a Roofing Professional

roofer on red roof on partly cloudy day

You know how important your roof is. It keeps your home or business covered in the most literal sense of the word! But when it comes to maintenance or problems, how do you determine what you can do yourself, and what requires the services of a professional roofer? Some inspections and basic maintenance you can do yourself if done safely, but here are some tips that may help you decide what you can do on your own and when you should really call in the experts.

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Metal Roofs Gaining Popularity on Asphalt Shingle Roofing

edge of roof with chimney on clear, starry night

Asphalt shingles are still one of the most popular and cheapest roofing options. You can get about 20 years out of a good asphalt roof, and it can be done at a reasonably low cost. However, another segment of the market in roofing that is quickly gaining in popularity is the metal roof. Metal roofing has historically been an option for commercial or industrial properties without a large demand in residential property. No longer is this the case, as advances in this material have made it much more popular for homes. 

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Get Your Deck Ready for Winter Now

low angle view of home deck with railings at sunset

No matter how well-sealed or well-built your wooden deck is, winter can be hard on it. The extreme temperature shifts, snow, and animals looking for a cozy place to spend the season: these all contribute to deck damage that grows if left untreated. Here are 3 easy steps to make sure your deck survives until spring:

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