Showing posts from November, 2018

Best Dock Repair Service at the Lake of the Ozarks!

Now that it's officially the offseason and boats are few and far between now is the perfect time to get those dock repairs done that you have been putting off. If your dock isn't in the shape that you wish it was in, One Source Services can help get your dock back in tip-top shape! You may have a few broken dock pads or maybe you want to add a few accessories to your dock, either way, we can help. Check out a few of the services our dock repair company at the Lake of the Ozarks offers!

Replace Broken Dock Pads!  Do you have broken concrete dock pads at your residential or commercial dock at the Lake of the Ozarks? Not only do broken dock pads create a bad appearance of your dock, but they can also be dangerous if they come completely loose or someone trips. You don't always need to start over and build a brand new dock, replacing your dock pads can extend the life of your existing dock and also give it a new look.

If you currently have wood as your dock floor versus concre…

Prevent Shoreline Erosion with Rip Rap!

It's no secret that we have some steep hills around the Lake of the Ozarks. Drive down any lake road and you will more than likely be driving down a steep curvey hill. Between steep hills and incoming waves from large boats, it's a good idea to stabilize your shoreline. Installing riprap at the Lake of the Ozarks is a great way for stabilizing your shoreline. Read on to find out what the benefits of using rip rap at the Lake of the Ozarks at your lakefront property.

Erosion Protection  Rip rap works to absorb incoming waves, rather than reflecting it. This will help to keep the dirt at the bottom of your seawall from eroding away. It will also help to protect seawall footings form undermining. This is a wildly common problem for concrete sea walls at the Lake of the Ozarks.
Less Maintenance!  Rip rap walls are created from stone piles. The stone piles are not formed or held together by any kind of material. This makes them self-adjusting to small amounts of movements from sett…

Choose the Dock Layout that Fits Your Lifestyle

When you build a dock at the Lake of the Ozarks there is a lot to consider. Deciding how you want to use your dock and your lifestyle will dictate the layout of your new dock. Are you are using your dock to swim and entertain or do you use your dock to fish and house your boats? These are the things you need to decide and today, your favorite dock builders at the Lake of the Ozarks would like to provide you with a few layouts to consider when deciding how to build your new dock.
Platform Platform docks are ideal for fishing, swimming, and lounging. While the platform dock may be the most simple layout, it can be further enhanced by the many accessories. Install a railing for safety, add a roof for shade and protection, attach a cleat for boat mooring, or even mount a diving board. Simple layouts can still be elegant in design.

Single Slip A slip is an opening in the dock where a boat can be securely stored with protection on three sides. If you only own one watercraft, you may desire …