Roofing & Repair in Kaiser, MO

Roofing Repair in Kaiser, MOKaiser, MO is a small community in Miller County. The name Kaiser came from the surname of a family living there, although, during World War I, the residents attempted to change the name to Success. Thompson Roofing and Siding works with clients all around Lake Ozark, MO. If you need local roofing services, give us a call at  (573) 789-8367.

The community is located in the Lake of the Ozarks State Park. It is the largest state park in Missouri and consists of over 17,000 acres. It is a great place for an outdoor adventure. The park has twelve trails and offers lodging. Campers wanting to spend the night could stay in one of the park’s two yurts. Yurts are circular structures that have a fabric cover similar to a tent, but with a wooden frame to support it and keep it weather-proof. It is built on top of a wooden deck. The park has several log cabins with lofts as well.

The park is also home to the Ozark Caverns. Caves are pretty common in the Ozarks because of the water from the lake seeping into rock formation and slowly eroding the rock until it forms underground systems. The caverns offer lantern-lit tours that last an hour as visitors walk a half mile through the caves and learning about the development of the cavern and the different species of animals live there such as the four species of bats and four species of salamanders. One of the most interesting things to see in the cave, though, is the Angel Showers. A ceaseless shower of water that appears to be coming from the solid rock ceiling.

Thompson Roofing and Siding provides roofing repair and replacement in Kaiser, MO. Here are some of the services we provide:

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We are dedicated to making sure our customers receive the best service available in the area. If you think your roof has suffered from storm damage give us a call at  (573) 789-8367. We give free inspections to determine necessary roof services you may need. Our team is available 24/7 so we can come out anytime during the week and assess any damage and find leaks before they cause more problems.