Several factors have to be considered when determining how often you should clean your roof. The first is what type of roof you have. We will start with concrete tile, which can vary from one type to the next. The most common concrete tiles are brushed, flat and barrel or s-tile. Brushed concrete tile has a rough finish and takes a long time to dry when wet. This means it requires more frequent cleanings, typically every two to three years or less depending on what type of cleaning is used. Flat concrete tile and barrel or s-tile are less porous and sometimes have a slurry or coating on the surface of the tile. When these tiles are new they usually will require there first cleaning at about five years. Pressure washing will erode the finish, which will reduce the amount of time between cleanings and ultimately over time require yearly cleanings.
Power washing, or weight washing, is the developing utilization of high weight water shower. Delivered by uniquely planned pumps, this splash is a hundred times more capable than the average greenhouse hose. On solid it is utilized to uproot unattractive mold, air pocket gum, and other soil stains. Wooden decks are come back to the look of new wood, bereft of turning gray and exhausted completions. What’s more, on houses, the presence of siding (to be specific aluminum and vinyl) is extraordinarily enhanced by evacuating contamination, buildup, and different indications of disregard.Nulla ut gravida ante, nec rutrum orci. Curabitur in malesuada nunc, non posuere nibh. Aenean interdum luctus scelerisque. Suspendisse laoreet, leo at dignissim iaculis, enim velit lobortis diam, a congue nisi nibh id neque.
No. We are always conscious not to overspray your surrounding wall, flower beds, or vehicles. Our process will never kill or harm your grass, flowers, shrubs or trees.
Most likely it is mold. All mold needs to grow is moisture (humidity) and a food source and it will grow anywhere. The dark stains on your siding, the dark stains on concrete walks (especially in shaded areas).
Most likely they are Artillery Fungus spores if the areas are near or above mulch. This fungus lives in rotting hardwood mulch and shoots its spores in the air (hence the names Artillery or Shotgun Fungus) and these spores land on your siding.
In certain instances we use low pressure cleaning, to prevent damage
Anyone can purchase a pressure washer. Simply owning a pressure washer and advertising that you offer a service doesn’t mean you can operate it and effectively. A pressure washer in the hands of an unskilled operator will do a great deal more harm than good.