The Pressure Cleaning Man uses only eco-friendly cleaning solutions which is why if you are looking for the perfect company to hire and do your roof cleaning job, this company may be the one you are trying to find. There are actually other companies that tend to use harmful chemicals to get rid of algae and moss stains off your roof but these chemicals only damage your shingles and worse, could not actually kill the mold root structures which have penetrated deeply into your roof granules.
Pressure cleaning or chemical treatments on your roof are a temporary solution to a dirty roof. With our green and environmental friendly solution, all it takes is to pressure clean your roof one last time and coat your roof with our green product.
A light spray every year is all you need to eliminate Roof Cleaning and the potential damage associated with it! It will improve overall appearance, lower your maintenance costs, and saving on your water bill as well.
By preventing the growth of algae to your roof, this will help keep your property value of your house high and keep the appearance looking first-class. Many homeowners in Florida now expect to replace their roofs after only 10-15 years rather than 25-30 simply because of the damage caused by repeated cleaning of your roof.
Typical methods involve either pressure cleaning or chemical treatments such as Chlorine Bleach or Sodium Hydroxide. Scientists have identified the most common form of roof algae as Gloeocapsa Magma. These algae spores are carried by the wind, which is why so many houses in the same neighborhood end up with this problem.
Pressure cleaning only just removes the visible spores of algae, while the microscopic spores are embedded still in your roof. The effects of pressure cleaning or chemical treatments are temporary and will have to be repeated every 6-18 months in order to maintain the appearance of the roof. When the roof is repeatedly subjected to high pressures or harsh chemicals, the aging of the roof is greatly accelerated.
With repeated cleaning, concrete tiles are more likely to shift, slip or break and asphalt shingles are more likely to become brittle and crack.