You might ask yourself, “Why should I keep my roof clean? Those black streaks and moss aren't hurting anything...right?” Actually, they are! Roof cleaning is not only important to the appearance of your property, but it is also necessary. The growth on your roof is detrimental to the structure of the shingle and it will shorten its usable service life.
What sets us apart from the rest when it comes to roof cleaning? Our process never involves pressure washing. We use a special proprietary blend of cleaning agents to treat and kill all of the black streaks in addition to moss and lichen. This treatment will also lengthen the time required between cleanings over traditional methods. Our solution will not harm people, plants, animals and is not harmful to the roof itself. Our solution is 100% biodegradable, phosphate and nitrate free and is environmentally friendly.
We offer zero-pressure roof treatment for these roofing types: Asphalt shingles, Cedar Shake, Slate, Composite and Thermoplastic Polyolefin (TPO). Zero-Pressure roof washing is a new concept that has been perfected by our company through years of research and development. In the past it was almost always necessary to use at least 600-1,000 PSI (pounds per square inch) to achieve desired results, but we have developed a solution that eliminates the use of pressure 100% of the time. Our roof treatment is much safer than any other method available.
Cedar shake siding can grow algae and mold if it is not cleaned routinely. Let us restore your roof's beautiful cedar color!
If not properly and routinely cleaned, asphalt roofing can eventually grow moss, algae or fungus, which will cause irreparable damage to the structure of the shingle.
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To learn more about roof algae, read: Roof algae: The prehistoric organism that streaks your shingles
TPO single-ply roofing membranes are among the fastest growing commercial roofing products and have gained industry recognition for their many performance and installation advantages. As demand for heat-reflective and energy efficient roofing systems increases, TPO single-ply roofing membranes continue to provide exceptional resistance to ultraviolet, ozone and chemical exposure.