Roof moss Removal/Treatment

A dirty roof will eventually become infested with organic growth such as moss, algae, mold, mildew, and bacteria which causes it to deteriorate even more. One of the most common roof problems property owners encounter are mysterious black stains that are very difficult to remove. This is caused by a type of bacteria called “Gloeocapsa Magma” that feeds on the limestone in your roof shingles causing it to further weaken leading to other structural damages.

Is moss growing on my roof really bad for my roof?

Yes in many ways -  Moss is actually eating away at your roof.

Not only does a mossy roof look bad, it can also damage your roof by:

  1. Hurting the integrity of your roof
  2. Damaging & Distroying your roofing shingles
  3. Allowing water to leak into your home after many years of neglect
  4. Encouraging bacteria and mold growth not to mention algea growth as well
  5. Doesn't help the resale of your property
  6. Home Insurance Companies now ensure you have a clean roof of any moss growing on it or your policy gets cancelled.

Whether you notice a small amount of moss on your roof or are dealing with a roof completely overgrown with moss, we can help remove and prevent moss from growing on your roof!

Roof Moss Preventative Treatments

We use tried and true preventative treatments to keep moss and other rot-causing organisms away from your roof. Our moss prevention treatments cover the entire roof, ensuring moss has nowhere to grow.

We offer a 2 year warranty that no moss will grow on your roof after the day of our servcie

We Comply with The Asphalt Roofing Manufacturers Asscocation Guidelines on Cleaning Roofs --- See Below

The Asphalt Roofing Manufacturers Association recommends low-pressure bleach or detergent assisted washing as the preferred method for cleaning asphalt roofs in order to prevent damage to the shingles.[5]

Our Soft washing system is using an electric agricultural sprayer to apply a water-based, biodegradable disinfecting cleaning solution to kill the mold, mildew, bacteria, algae, fungus, moss and more on exterior home and building surfaces.

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