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Roof Cleaning



- (C)lear work area

- (L)ocate spigots

- (E)xecute job

- (A)ssess work

- (N)otify property owner


End Result?

1. Algae, Mold, Moss, Dirt & Debris Removed

2. Increased Lifespan

3. Cost Prevention

Before Picture of Metal Roof


After Picture of Metal Roof


Meet the Culprits: Moss and Mold

Alright, let's start by getting to know our enemies – moss and mold. Picture this: you're gazing up at your roof, admiring its sleek lines and sturdy construction, when suddenly, you notice something green and fuzzy starting to take root. Yep, that's moss – nature's way of saying, "Hey, I think your roof could use a little makeover." And if moss isn't bad enough, along comes mold, ready to party on your shingles and wreak havoc on your roof's integrity. But fear not, because we're about to kick these uninvited guests to the curb.

The Trouble with Moss and Mold

Now, you might be thinking, "What's the big deal? It's just a little moss, right?" Wrong. Moss and mold might seem harmless at first, but trust me – they're like the houseguests that never leave. Left unchecked, moss can work its way under your shingles, causing them to lift and curl, and mold can lead to nasty leaks and costly repairs. Plus, let's not forget about the curb appeal – nothing says "I neglect my home" like a roof covered in moss and mold.

Prevention is Key: Keeping Moss and Mold at Bay

Alright, enough doom and gloom – let's talk prevention. The best way to deal with moss and mold is to stop them from setting up shop in the first place. Start by trimming back those overhanging branches – they're like the welcome mat for moss and mold, providing shade and trapping debris on your roof. And speaking of debris, keep those gutters clean and clear to prevent water from pooling and giving moss and mold the perfect breeding ground. Oh, and one more thing – consider installing zinc or copper strips along the ridge line of your roof. These bad boys release ions that inhibit moss and mold growth, kind of like a force field for your roof.

Getting Down and Dirty: Removing Moss and Mold

So, what do you do if moss and mold have already taken up residence on your roof? Well, it's time to roll up your sleeves and get to work. But before you bust out the pressure washer or start spraying bleach like it's going out of style, hold up. Harsh chemicals and high-pressure washing can do more harm than good, damaging your shingles and causing even more problems down the road. Instead, grab a soft-bristle brush and some low-pressure water, and gently scrub away the moss and mold. Trust me, your roof will thank you for it.


The Long-Term Game: Maintaining a Healthy Roof

Alright, we've banished the moss and mold for now, but how do we keep them from coming back? It's all about staying vigilant and staying on top of your roof maintenance game. Keep those gutters clean, trim back any overhanging branches, and schedule regular roof inspections to catch any signs of moss or mold early. And hey, if you're not up for the DIY approach, there's no shame in calling in the pros. A professional exterior cleaning service can tackle even the toughest moss and mold infestations, leaving your roof looking fresh and clean.

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