Our professional roof moss removal technicians use brush agitation to remove the moss. Next, we use backpack blowers to push away and clean the debris. When that’s done, we check and clean all of your gutters to make sure they’re doing their job to protect the integrity of your roof.
This process is sometimes called soft wash roof cleaning. We have found this proven roof moss removal technique to be the most effective way to remove moss without damaging the shingles on your roof. Not only is it less invasive than a pressure washer, but it will also not affect the integrity of your roof.
Window cleaning – It may seem like it happens overnight but one day you suddenly notice that your windows are just plain dirty. Windows can be hard to clean, especially if you live in a multi-story home. By offering routine window cleaning service, you never have to worry about seeing the world through a film of grime and dirt.
Pressure Washing – There is no better way to keep driveways, sidewalks, and pavers clean than with our professional pressure washing service. This simple and straightforward process not only keeps your home looking its best, but it also protects you from falling on slippery surfaces.
Next, use a garden hose to wash away the most. DO NOT USE A PRESSURE WASHER! Pressure washers damage shingles and can lead to serious problems.
After the roof is rinsed, there are a number of DIY solutions you can use to clean it. You should apply it on a cloudy day so that it doesn’t evaporate too quickly. You need to use these solutions with extreme caution. If the solution spills on your paint, plants, or sidewalks, it can cause serious and unsightly damage. Put down a tarp and work cautiously.
We use a zinc roof cleaner that kills moss residue and prevents it from growing too quickly. Some DIY home improvement websites recommend attaching zinc-coated sheet metal strips to specific areas on your roof but this may require technical expertise that the average homeowner simply doesn’t have.