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Recent Rip Rip Project Success Story by Rock Works!

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Summertime and boating is quickly approaching and our construction company at the Lake of the Ozarks is ramping up with lots of projects. We have been installing a lot of rip rap at the Lake of the Ozarks to hep protect the shorelines of many lakefront property owners. With the water being down, now is an excellent time to take a look at your sea wall construction to see if the water and waves is undermining the integrity of the wall. Read on to learn more about rip rap and recent project success story!  What is Rip Rap ?  Rip rap is rock of various sizes that is placed at the base of seawalls. Its purpose is to absorb and dampen the impact energy of waves before they reach the seawall, reduce rebound waves toward your dock, provide bank stabilization, and lessen shoreline erosion. This keeps the stability of seawalls intact and protects your investment. Rip rap is not only important to the Lake of the Ozarks ecosystem, it is a necessity for both commercial and residential property o…

Improve Your Existing Dock with Repairs and Accessories

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Summer time will be here soon which means lake days are getting closer and closer. If you haven’t inspected your Lake of the Ozarks dock yet, now is a great time to look everything over in case any repairs need to be made before the season starts. Our Lake of the Ozarks dock company offers dock repair, and often taking care of necessary repairs can prolong the life of your dock. Read on to learn about dock repair and the Lake of the Ozarks.


Replace Broken Dock Pads!  Do you have broken concrete dock pads at your  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 concrete, we can typically replace the wood with concrete dock tiles if your wood is …

Save Money on Rip Rap Installation When You Share the Cost with Your Neighbor!

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Rip rap is rock of various sizes that is placed at the base of seawalls. Its purpose is to absorb and dampen the impact energy of waves before they reach the seawall, reduce rebound waves toward your dock, provide bank stabilization, and lessen shoreline erosion. Installing rip rap at the Lake of the Ozarks helps protect your shoreline from eroding away. If you're considering installing rip rap, One Source Services offers a discount if you and your neighbor install rip rap at the same time! Read on to get all the details! 

Save Money When You and Your Neighbor Install Rip Rap!  If you've been considering installing rip rap, consider talking with your neighbor to help save money on installation. If you refer your neighbor to Rock Works and schedule to install rip rap at the Lake of the Ozarks at the same, we allow you to split the cost of the barge fee. Both parties will be required to purchase their own rip rap, but we offer a special discount for the barge fee.  3 Reasons to …

Kayak Dock Accessory - permalaunch®!

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Do you love to kayak on the lake or is kayaking a recreational activity you would like to get into? Our dock company at the Ozarks offers one of the best dock accessories for kayaks -the permalaunch®!  This device allows you to easily get on and off the water - quickly and safely. Read on to learn more!


The Float Off - Float On Feature  Everything about the permalaunch® was designed for stability and ease of use. The Float Off – Float On Feature start with the vessel is partially submerged when boarding. The three middle underwater supports create stability for boarding, yet allow buoyancy in the vessel for ease of launch or retrieval. Custom designed handrails allow you to use your paddle to effortlessly pull the vessel off the launch, or guide yourself back on. The two outside underwater braces are set lower in the water to allow the vessel to launch or float back on with minimal effort from the paddler. You will be amazed at how easily every member of the family can come and go wit…