Showing posts from December, 2018

Why Winter is the Best Time to Build a Dock at the Lake of the Ozarks

Many people don't realize it but winter is actually one of the best times of year to build a dock at the Lake of the Ozarks . While many construction jobs take place out in the elements and require the weather to cooperate, the majority of dock building occurs out of the elements. For this reason and many others, winter is a great time to get your residential dock built at the Lake of the Ozarks . Today, our dock company at the Lake of the Ozarks would like to share with you why you should build a dock during the winter. Allocate Your Recreation Funds  Winter is a popular time for families to start thinking about how they want to spend their recreation funds for the upcoming year. It's a time to start planning your Summer vacations and fun purchases for the year. If you live at the Lake of the Ozarks or have a second home, a dock is a must if you live on the water. A dock allows you to maximize your recreation on the water by giving you easy access to your watercraft,

We Build CUSTOM Docks!

One of the best perks of owning property at the Lake of the Ozarks is the ability to own your own private dock right on the water! Not all lakes allow building on the lake, and if they do it's often limited. Take advantage of this great privilege and have One Source Docks build you a brand new custom dock at the Lake of the Ozarks!  Living on the water is not complete without a dock to house your watercraft. If you are looking to build something out of the ordinary and not just a simple one or two well dock, we can help! Check some of the custom features we can add to your dock build! Custom Bar Areas The Lake of the Ozarks is known as one of the top recreational lakes in the US which means people that live at the lake know how to have fun! A popular feature on docks at the Lake of the Ozarks is to include a custom bar area on your dock! One Source Docks can make that happen for you. It's the perfect time of year to get your dock built so you can enjoy your first cockt

Aluminum vs Galvanized Docks

If you have been thinking about building a dock at the Lake of the Ozarks now is a perfect time! With the waters much calmer, the offseason presents a great time to build and install a new residential or commercial dock at the Lake of the Ozarks . One Source Docks offers both galvanized and aluminum docks at the Lake of the Ozarks . You may be wondering which material is best, galvanized or aluminum. Both materials have their pros and cons and today, our dock company at the Lake of the Ozarks is going to share with you the pros and cons of both! Aluminum Docks   Aluminum docks have become more and more popular over the years because they require low maintenance and are extremely durable.  Pros: Aluminum does not rust which is a great feature for a dock that is in water 24/7. Aluminum docks will typically outlast the lifespan of other dock materials including galvanized steel.  Aluminum is a lightweight material. This is an advantage becasue it's easier to install an

The Lake's Premiere Precast Company!

Whether you are planning improvement projects for your home or business or building a brand new structure, our precast company at the Lake of the Ozarks has you covered for all of your upcoming projects. From retaining walls, dock pads, landscaping blocks, and much more One Source Services set out to be your One Source Solution for all construction at the Lake the Lake of the Ozarks ! Read on to find out how our precast company can help you with the projects you have planned. Concrete Dock Pads  Dock pads can break over years of wear and tear on your dock. Whether you have a residential or commercial dock at the Lake of the Ozarks , broken dock pads can be dangerous. Luckily, even if you have a few broken dock pads, your docks frame is more than likely still in good shape. You don't need to build an entire dock, you can simply replace the broken dock pads. Our precast company offers replacement  concrete dock pads at the Lake of the Ozarks ! We even have a few differen