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One Source Services is Partnering with the LOWA Kayak Meetup!

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One Source Services is excited to announce that we're teaming up with LOWA - Lake of the Ozarks Watershed Alliance! LOWA hosts monthly kayak meetups at Ha Ha Tonka State Park and we are happy to support a local non-profit at the Lake of the Ozarks! We are donating rip rap, a dock section, and a Permalaunch Kayak Launch and it will be ready just in time for the September Kayak meet-up! Read on to learn more about LOWA, our partnership, and the Kayak meetup this September!


About LOWA  The Lake of the Ozarks Watershed Alliance will PRESERVE, PROTECT, and IMPROVE the Lake of the Ozarks, its waters, and natural resources while maintaining our economic, social, and environmental health.

The Lake of the Ozarks Watershed alliance will PRESERVE, PROTECT, and IMPROVE the Lake of the Ozarks, its waters and natural resources while maintaining our economic social and environmental health. LOWA works to promote smart growth at the Lake of the Ozarks watershed. These 6 elements include water qua…

Rock Works - Rockin' the Shoreline Since 2005!

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At One Source Services, we are committed to providing the Lake of the Ozarks community a true "One Source Solution" for all of your Lake of the Ozarks construction needs! At One Source Services we own One Source Services, Rock Works, One Source Precast, and One Source Docks! What this means for our customers is they only have to call ONE company to make improvements to their lake property! Today, we'd like to feature how Rock Works can help you in today's blog!


Rock Works We provide rip rap, wave absorption, bank stabilization, shoreline protection, Big Block seawall systems, seawall repair, and barge service. Check out everything you need to know about Rock Works below!
Barge Service at the Lake of the Ozarks  There are numerous reasons and situations that a barge is required at the Lake. One of the main uses for the use of a barge is shoreline construction at the Lake of the Ozarks. Often, getting to the shoreline is easier said than done. That's where the best…

Docks Built for Your Lake Lifestyle!

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When it comes time to build a new dock at the Lake of the Ozarks, you have options! At One Source Docks, we understand that not everyone uses their dock the same way and that's why when our dock building company at the Lake of the Ozarks designs and builds your dock, you have the flexibility to design the dock that fits your lifestyle! Read on to learn more about how we can help you build a dock for your lifestyle. 

Design Your DREAM Dock  When you have One Source Services build a brand new dock at the Lake of the Ozarks for you, we can come up with a complete custom design that will match how you spend time on the lake. To come up with the perfect dock layout, we first have to discuss what activities you do on the water. For example:
Do you spend a lot of time swimming?Do you want to fish off of your dock?How many watercraft do you own? Do you plan to entertain on your dock?  Once we figure out how you will use your dock, we can start planning your dream dock that you will make so…

Benefits of using Rip Rap at the Lake of the Ozarks

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Boats on the Lake of the Ozarks can make some big waves! These waves can have a BIG impact on the stability of your shoreline if you own a waterfront home! If you're new to lake home living or if you're worried about your shoreline after a summer full of bug waves from boats, installing rip rap at the Lake of the Ozarks is a great solution for stabilizing your shoreline. Read on the learn about a few of the benefits of rip rap initialization at the Lake of the Ozarks!


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.
Give Your Shoreline a Natural Look  Rip rap consists of various sizes of stone. Rip rap is a great solution for your seawall construction at the Lake of the Ozarks. Using stone versus concrete, wood, or v…