When you start to make your spring cleaning list, it’s easy to forget about the roof. After all, it’s hard to see how dirty it can get. It quietly sits there and protects you from the elements, but it can’t do that as effectively when it’s not maintained.
The Benefits of Roof Cleaning
You receive three big benefits with roof cleaning:
Better Roof Quality
Your roofing material can operate at peak efficiency when it’s clear of debris, mold, mildew, and algae. If anyone suffers from environmental allergies in your home, you also help to improve the surrounding air quality for them.
Improved Roof Appearance
Boost your curb appeal by making your roof look as good as new. It’s hard to feel proud about your home when visitors come over while you have stains on the roof. Roof cleaning makes you want to invite everyone over for a get-together!
Increased Roof Longevity
Reduce the risk of damage that occurs from debris and poor roof maintenance. You can get a better return on your roofing investment when it lasts for its entire predicted lifecycle. It could get a decade or more added back to its lifespan.
Specialized Roof Cleaning Techniques are a Must
Regular pressure washing is too harsh on your roofing materials. They could crack or otherwise get damaged in the process. We use a no-pressure cleaning method that prevents water damage and thoroughly cleans off your roof. All of the buildups gets removed without harming the underlying material.We also use a no-climbing technique to clean your roof from the ground. That way, you don’t have to worry about any damage from ladders or boots resting against your shingles.The cleaning solution that we use to have such a powerful impact on your roof is designed to inhibit mold, algae, and mildew from growing again. It takes a much longer time for those substances to build back up on treated shingles.It’s time that your roof got the attention that it deserves on your spring cleaning list. Contact us to schedule your roof cleaning or to learn more about our no-pressure, no-climbing cleaning method.